Friday, February 10, 2012

Good News from Nikon

An interesting article from, a Malaysian National News Agency about the production capacity of the Nikon plant in Sendai, Japan.

"With the current 1,600 workers, the factory is producing one unit of camera per minute on a daytime shift with each unit of the D800 variant produced every four hours and the D4 variant every five hours."

Nikon is targeting to produce 30,000 D800 and 5,000 D4 cameras per month at it's Sendai, Japan factory, the same one that was destroyed in last year's 9.0 earthquake. They spent $100 million to repair the facility.

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