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Nikon has announced a delay in the launch of 'my Picturetown 3D', its Japan-only 3D imaging service. The service that was supposed to launch this month is now rescheduled for March 2011 due to production issues with the NF-300i 3D digital photo frame. The service allows online conversion of 2D and 3D images to the 3D format compatible with the NF-300i.
January 20, 2011: Nikon Corporation (Makoto Kimura, President) and Nikon Imaging Japan Inc. (Takao Nishioka, President) have announced the launch of my Picturetown 3D services.
On November 25, 2010, it was announced that my Picturetown 3D services were scheduled for launch at the end of January 2011. However, launch of the services will be delayed until the end of March due to circumstances related to production of the NF-300i 3D digital photo frame.
Further information regarding the launch of services will be announced on the official my Picturetown 3D website (http://3d.mypicturetown.com/) as it becomes available.
We sincerely apologize to all potential users of the services, and especially to those who have already applied for them, for the inconvenience. We are working hard toward the launch of my Picturetown 3D services, and truly appreciate your continued patience.