Nikon takes first blood against Polaroid's knock-off J1

Remember when Nikon noticed that Polaroid’s iM1836 looked a little too much like the J1 and lawyered-up? The case has arrived at the Southern District Court of New York, where a judge probably took 30 seconds to nod their head and say “Yeah, that’s the same device.” As such, Nikon has won a preliminary injunction preventing the sale and manufacture of the suspiciously-similar shooter. If you were in the hunt for a J1 knock-off, it looks as if you’ll have to take your business elsewhere — at least for now.

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