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Nikon to showcase D800, D4 at Focus On Imaging

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Press release:

A PROFESSIONAL VIEW: NIKON CONFIRMS FOCUS ON IMAGING SHOW
Stand D40, Hall 9 &10 4- 7th March 2012
 
 
London, UK, February 2012: Nikon UK is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting its full professional line up at Europe’s biggest annual imaging show, Focus on Imaging, from 4th – 7th March.
 
Following a spate of recent product launches, Nikon will be showcasing its exciting new products, including the new Nikon D4 and D800 professional cameras. A range of lenses will also be available to try out with the help of a team of Nikon experts who will be on hand to assist with any technical queries.
 
Along with the chance to check out the new products, an exciting seminar schedule has been lined up to include well-known names such as wildlife photographer Andy Rouse, national sports photographer Mark Pain and fashion photographer John Wright, who will give some insight into his experience of shooting stills and movie with a new D800 camera. Plus, Nikon has scheduled 3 seminars every day covering the details of the new products.
 
For full details on Nikon’s line up of guest speakers, please click here (pdf download)
 
Jeremy Gilbert, Nikon’s Group Marketing Manager says: “We’ve taken a slightly different approach this year and will using the show as a platform to showcase our professional equipment; we’ve just launched two very exciting professional cameras which are likely to get a lot of attention at the show.
 
He added: “The Focus on Imaging show is a great opportunity for visitors to get their hands on the cameras and talk to our team of experts before they buy.”

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