Nikon Press Center – NIKON D Series Digital SLR Camera wins J.D. Power & Associates Award 2 Years In A Row!

MELVILLE, N.Y. (Oct. 14, 2008) – For the second consecutive year, Nikon D Series Cameras rank “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Digital SLR cameras,” according to the latest “J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Digital Camera Usage and Satisfaction Study.” On a 1,000-point scale, Nikon’s D Series digital SLR cameras scored 823 index points, making them among the highest-ranked products in the D-SLR camera category. The Nikon D Series, which ranked in a tie this year, performed particularly well with consumers in the areas of performance, ease of operation, and appearance and styling.

Nikon Press Center – NIKON D SERIES DIGITAL SLR CAMERAS RECEIVES J.D. POWER AND ASSOCIATES AWARD TWO YEARS IN A ROW FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.

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One Response to “Nikon Press Center – NIKON D Series Digital SLR Camera wins J.D. Power & Associates Award 2 Years In A Row!”

  1. Jason Says:

    It is no surprise that Nikon is racking up a second consecutive J.D. Power & Associates award for customer satisfaction for Digital SLR’s. There will always be an on-going battle between Nikon and other SLR camera manufacturers but Nikon has taken the unique approach of making SLR’s available and affordable to photo enthusiasts. Between the countless Nikon Photo school’s being ran across the nation as well as TV and Print media campaigns, consumers are more aware then ever the power and precision of digital SLR’s and Nikon deserves the credit and recognition for being part of it.

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