shame on you Nikon

Started Feb 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
draacor
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Re: They know
In reply to Mako2011, Feb 26, 2013

Mako2011 wrote:

draacor wrote:


But to make simple software adjustments that lets be honest should have been there in the first place, but Nikon deemed to hold it back because its obvious they want to include that in later models is just bad customer service. Good companies tend to not nickel and dime you mainly because you can go elsewhere. But cameras are different because they don't. But that doesn't make it justified just because they don't offer this kind of service.

I understand your thinking but Nikon's business model has supplied us with outstanding products and innovation. You want them to change the business model to suit your desires. Might be good in the short term for you personally, but might seriously harm my grandsons changes of getting a D9900. Nikon seems to know what they are doing. Some will argue that it helps more the other way but we really can't be sure about that. Economics in business can be complicated. The balance is very then these days.

If we never question a companies business practice we would never have the choices we have today.  Im pretty sure I am not alone in this want to make my D7000 better and offer more features that it is fully capable of handling.

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