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Microsoft and Nikon have signed a patent cross-licensing agreement, which lays emphasis on contributing to each company’s current and future product lines. The agreement is not just restricted to Nikon cameras and also extends to a broad range of other consumer products each company manufactures and sells.
"At Nikon, we want to continue to lead the industry in pioneering photography solutions and give our customers access to innovative technology," said Naoki Tomino, Director, Member of the Board, General Manager of Intellectual Property Headquarters at Nikon. "This agreement is a natural extension of our longstanding relationship with Microsoft and we look forward
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