Nikon at Focus on Imaging 2008

February 18, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Focus On Imaging | 0 Comments |

NikonNikon will be showcasing its new professional digital SLRs, the D3 and D300, at this year’s Focus on Imaging photographic show. Visitors will also be able to check out the recently announced D60 and Coolpix compacts. Travel photographer Steve Davey and Photography Monthly Editor, Will Cheung, along with John Clements and Oz Kharawala, will be giving talks throughout the show. The Focus on Imaging show runs 24th – 27th February 2008 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.

Nikon UK Press Release

NIKON TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT FOCUS ON IMAGING 2008

Nikon Stand D40, Hall 10

Nikon is pleased to announce it will be supporting the Focus on Imaging photographic show at Birmingham’s NEC from the 24th – 27th February 2008.

This year’s show will see Nikon’s latest products including its revolutionary new professional digital SLRs, the D3 and D300 showcased on the award winning Nikon stand. Visitors will also be able to check out the recently announced D60, the spring/summer COOLPIX line up as well as the range of new professional lenses. The Nikon team will be on hand everyday to give advice and tips on all aspects of the Nikon range.

An impressive line up of inspirational speakers will be giving talks throughout the show in the seminar area of the stand which accommodates in excess of forty people. Seminar speakers will be inspirational, practical and technical and will include travel photographer, Steve Davey and Photography Monthly Editor, Will Cheung, along with John Clements and Oz Kharawala who will be demonstrating the innovative features of the D3 and D300.

A full seminar schedule will be announced shortly.

For more information about Nikon’s products please visit: http://www.nikon.co.uk

The Focus on Imaging show runs 24th – 27th February 2008 at the NEC in Birmingham. For more information about the show please visit http://www.focus-on-imaging.co.uk/



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