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Just wondering as it is on nikons website? If not when will it be available?
The release date is set for Spring 2004. I think I read March 1st somewhere, but who knows for sure. I'm guessing it will probably be limited availability until May or June.
Here in Japan Nikon has signs in all the camera stores with March 19 as the "in store" date. What that means compared to the US, is anyone's guess.You're welcome to come stay with us, that week if you buy a 18-70 DX for me!Andrew A.K.A. Fundy-----------Oregonian Nikonian presently found on Shikoku, Japanhttp://homepage.mac.com/fundy/
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Nearly.It is definitely on show at UK Focus in late Feb, and possibly at an RPS event at Bradford on 15th Feb.Nikon reps are doing demos at some large UK retailers on 17th March and it widely advertised as available mid March.With it's "Ultra short shutter time lag unprecedented in it's class" added to the "official leaks" it sounds more than interesting.
Photography is a bit like archery. A technically better camera, lens or arrow may not hit the target as often as it could if the photographer or archer does not practice enough.Len Shepherd
According to the Nikon rep here in Norway it's supposed to arrive late February. So it should't be too far away...
Iver Erling ĹrvaNikon SLR fan since 30 years - D300 user
well guess its time to put my n80 and my *gah* canon s50 up for sale.
I'm for sure not going to sell my F80. I would like to be able to use both my film- and (later) my digital camera.Sijtze."May the winds be in your back and the sun in your face."
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