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BRJR
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Re: ".. Nikon has decided Macs aren't important to their sales"
In reply to santa, Apr 9, 2009

They're probably just aware that most Mac users prefer iPhoto, Aperture, Adobe software editing programs. And, regarding, the statement: "Not only does it drop Mac support, the new not-raw RAW format is useless for some Windows users too" ----- this, simply suggests Nikon is better at making cameras than developing editing software, IMO,

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format is useless for some Windows users too.

santa wrote:

Seems as if Nikon has decided Macs aren't important to their sales.
At least not for the Coolpix P6000. If it starts with that model,
what's next? Not only does it drop Mac support, the new not-raw RAW
format is useless for some Windows users too.
http://www.hardmac.com/news/2008-09-01/#8774 has more on the issue.
When I saw Nikon and MS had entered into a cross licensing deal I
thought it didn't bode well but didn't think I'd see this much
stupidity this fast.

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