Nikon eyeing 50 percent growth in D-SLR cameras this fiscal

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Nikon eyeing 50 percent growth in D-SLR cameras this fiscal
With an expected growth of more than 50 percent in the D-SLR camera segment, the total sales of cameras of any brand would be around 2.5 lakh units this fiscal in India, as against 1.7 lakh units last year, a top Nikon India official said.

As the demand coming from more individual and amateur photographers, other than the professional ones, Digital SLR cameras growth was widening across the country, Hiroshi Takashina told reporters.

The company, as such was maintaining around 55 percent market share in D-SLR and 27 percent in compact camera segment, for the last five years and to sustain the growth, it was expanding its service centres in Tier II and Tier III markets in India, Takashina said.

As far as expansion was concerned, the company has 21 service centres and five own branches and would add four to five centres, to touch 30 Centres by 2013 March, Takashina here to open its first authorised Service Center 'Camera Service Spot,' said.

In order to impart training to new entrants to photography field and amateurs, Nikon India has opened Nikon school in four centres and one such school would be opened in Chennai in Tamil Nadu this fiscal and in Coimbatore near future, he said.


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