How is it that in this age of Wikileaks...

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Re: How is it that in this age of Wikileaks...because modern leaks involve
In reply to Brandon birder, Feb 27, 2013

Brandon birder wrote:

How is it that in this age of Wikileaks, twitter and global connections that Nikon can keep it's development of cameras so secret?

If a D400 is due to be launched in August (which I hope for but doubt) then it must now be being tested and evaluated by many people. It's production lines must be being built. Thousands of people worldwide must know what Nikon is doing next. There must be many non disclosure agrreements being written by Nikon staff.

And yet it is such a secret. NR is only so-so and certainly doesn't know if a D400 is expected. How does it stay secret !!?

Maybe we need a Nikon-Leaks.

Leaks involve some element of hacking etc. most photogs are too nice to hack.

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