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Nikon price increase

Nikon have announced today that prices will be rising for the second time in recent months.

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Nikon LogoPress Release:

Nikon UK will be introducing a second price increase on the 1st March 2009 which will affect Nikon’s Imaging and Optics products.

The price increase is due to the relative weakness of Sterling and the continued strength of the Yen. A range of product groups will be affected however the Coolpix series and selected digital SLRs will not see an increase.

An updated Recommended Retail Price (RRP) list will be available to view on the Nikon website from 1st March 2009. Nikon will continue to review its pricing structures.
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ejaybee 11
20 Feb 2009 11:57AM
Nice one Ni$on, my next camera will be a Sony...

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theorderingone 15 2.4k
20 Feb 2009 12:06PM
Would that be a Son̕?

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User_Removed 15 17.9k 8 Norway
20 Feb 2009 5:46PM

Quote:The price increase is due to the relative weakness of Sterling and the continued strength of the Yen.


Maybe - but most of my kit is made in Thailand and hasn't even touched Japanese shores!!

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