Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/02/25

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Subject: [Leica] Why N and C anyway !!
From: firkin at (Alastair Firkin)
Date: Fri Feb 25 22:05:13 2005
References: <000601c51bb4$1a85b280$6501a8c0@dorysrusp4> <> <>

to be quite honest, why are we discussing Nikons and Canons, the serial 
numbers for which mean nothing to me. Is there no discussion about 
Nikon anywhere else ;-)

On 26/02/2005, at 3:40 PM, David Mason wrote:

> Well my d100 still works great so I'm not screaming for a new one. I
> have had only one really large and annoying complaint about the d100
> and I still don't understand Nikon's motives: To get newer firmware
> for the d100 the owner must ship it to Nikon. I don't know if you are
> aware, but Nikon isn't exactly a J.D. Power & Assc. candidate for best
> customer support so the thought of sending it is... well, its not a
> thought. This is the only dslr that requires such action for updating
> firmware and it makes no sense... at all! I mean, it has a USB
> cable... I have Internet access... every other Nikon is
> downloadable-firmware capable - so, um... why?
> To be completely fair to Nikon, Canon ain't no shining example of
> customer communication either.
> Dave
> On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 20:13:37 -0800, Feli <> wrote:
>> And what is the deal with the D100? That camera should have been
>> replaced 6-12 months ago. Where is the D200 or D90 or whatever they 
>> are
>> going to call it? Every Nikon digital shooter I run into is screaming
>> bloody murder about this. There is a huge cap between the D70 and the
>> D2x or D2HS.
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Replies: Reply from masonster at (David Mason) ([Leica] Why N and C anyway !!)
In reply to: Message from dorysrus at (Don Dory) ([Leica] Nikon D2X, or wait for the actual production models)
Message from feli2 at (Feli) ([Leica] Nikon D2X, or wait for the actual production models)
Message from masonster at (David Mason) ([Leica] Nikon D2X - now D100)