How to Register Your Nikon Camera

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How to Register Your Nikon Camera
Nikon offers consumers an easy-to-use tool to register products. (computer image by blaine stiger from Fotolia.com)

Nikon produces a wide range of cameras that includes digital and underwater film cameras. Registering a Nikon camera ensures that consumers receive important updates and newsletters about their product. Registering the camera also makes a consumer eligible for special benefits and promotions. Warranty and service information is readily available for Nikon customer service representatives when a camera is registered. The easiest way to register a Nikon camera is on the company's website.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Access the Nikon website at nikonusa.com, and then select "Product Registration" from the "Service & Support" drop-down box in the top menu.

  2. 2

    Click "Create a New Account," then fill out the registration form. An account is necessary to register your product. You need to provide your name, e-mail address and country to set up a new account.

  3. 3

    Click "Add a Product" under "My Camera Bag" to access the registration form for your Nikon product.

  4. 4

    Enter the product's information, and then click "Submit." You need to provide your product's serial number, date purchased and place it was purchased. Depending on the model of the camera, the serial number can be found either on a plate or sticker affixed to the bottom of the camera or under the battery cover.

  5. 5

    Review the information you submitted. If you find any errors, select "Edit" to make corrections. If not, then log out of the account by clicking "Sign Out."

Tips and warnings

  • A Nikon camera can also be registered by mailing in the registration card included with the product.

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