D40 first Nikon to be certified for use with Windows Vista

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D40 first Nikon to be certified for use with Windows Vista
Jan 9, 2007

not sure what the difference is, but it is a semi-interesting development.
(compared to Jobs' announcement today, that is, lol)...

Nikon D40 Digital SLR is Nikon's First Camera to be Certified for Use with Windows Vista

Nikon is ready to offer its high quality images and picture sharing benefits with Windows Vista

Melville, New York -- Nikon (www.nikondigital.com), the world leader in high quality digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology, today announced its new D40 digital SLR camera will be Nikon's first camera certified to deliver the highest quality images and photo sharing capabilities with the new Windows Vista. Using the Nikon D40 along with Windows Vista will make it easier and more fun to capture, organize and share beautiful pictures with family and friends.

"The D40 is Nikon's smallest digital SLR to date and provides the customer with the confidence and ability to quickly and easily capture stunning pictures of life's most important moments," says Bo Kajiwara, director of marketing and planning for Nikon Inc. "Nikon is confident that the D40 will satisfy users of Windows Vista with superb image quality and enhanced functionality at a significant value."

"We're excited about the tremendous support and enthusiasm Nikon is providing for Windows Vista at this year's Consumer Electronics Show," said Brad Goldberg, general manager for Windows Client at Microsoft Corp. "By working closely together we are helping to provide technologies that will connect, entertain and hopefully surprise people by how easy this next generation of computing makes their lives."

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