Nikon's missed opportunities...

Started Mar 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
n057 Veteran Member • Posts: 6,630
Re: More hair-splitting Bob...

bobn2 wrote:

D300 upgraders is not a key market or a large enough one to make a success. If they just sell to the people who already have it and lose a few each generation, the thing dwindles, as it has done. If Nikon wants this camera to be a success, it would have to sell primarily to brand switchers and upgraders from the lower series cameras.

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Since we are splitting hairs ...

By "D300 upgraders", do you mean D300 owners who want a direct "D300 follow-up", or D300 owners who will get "something else". Because of course a D300 owner who buys anything available because he is tired of waiting or because he wants something different or who does not have a desire for what made the D300 great will be lost to a possible D400.

By stretching things a little, if I am starving and the only available food is one I can't stomach, of course I will have to eat it, eventually. And if my preferred food became available after I was satiated, of course chances are I will have no room for it. Come to think of it, how did recent mad cow disease episodes happen?

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