Nikon’s Latest Patent Suggests a Future of Password Protection

Please note this post was not created by Jay Clapp Photography but by Zach Sutton

Camera theft is always a concern to photographers. Unlike many electronics that connect to the internet or cellular service, cameras that are stolen are inevitably gone forever. There is no deactivating, no locking, and no real recovery methods (CameraTrace & Stolen Camera Finder aren’t perfect). However, Nikon is looking to change this, with password protection of your gear. [more]

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Posted on April 14, 2013, in Photography News and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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