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Nikon At Focus On Imaging 2012

Nikon At Focus On Imaging 2012 - Nikon has an impressive stand with popular cameras available to try including the new D800, and a popular presentation schedule.

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Category : Digital Cameras
Product : Nikon D800
Price : £1,999
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Nikon Stand

Nikon has an impressive stand where you can try telephoto lenses, see the new Nikon D800, and all the latest Nikon Coolpix cameras. Nikon has guest speakers which drew in huge crowds, guests includes wildlife photographer Andy Rouse, national sports photographer Mark Pain and fashion photographer John Wright, who is giving some insight into his experience of shooting stills and movie with a new D800.

Nikon Telephoto

Telephoto lenses were very popular especially as it's a chance to try lenses without the financial risks of trying £5000+ lenses personally.

Nikon

Nikon's large area for presentations was extremely popular with the large seating area completely full with a huge number of others standing in the surrounding areas.

Nikon Boxes

Nikon had a large crowd looking at the Nikon D800, although numbers were limited so there was quite a queue.

Nikon Second Hand

Nikon second hand and refurbished equipment is available from CamerWorld, including this Nikon F5 Body - 50th Year Anniversary Edition.

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Photographs taken using the Nikon D800

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Nick_Hilton 9 514 2 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 9:47PM
have to say the D800 presentation I saw didn't convice me to buy one. The guy was boring and almost looked uninterested in the product he was trying to sell - very undynamic

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