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Nikon will be showcasing the new flagship professional camera, the D3X (pictured), at this year’s Focus on Imaging photography show. Held at the NEC, Birmingham, UK from 22-25th February, the recently unveiled Coolpix lineup will also make its UK debut. Visitors to the Nikon stand will have the chance to win a Nikon D90 camera kit, and an exciting seminar schedule has been lined up.
Nikon UK Press Release
NIKON IN THE FRAME AT THE FOCUS ON IMAGING SHOW
Stand D40, Hall 9 22-25th February 2009
Nikon UK is preparing for its annual appearance at the Focus-on-Imaging photography show which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham later this month.
From 22-25th February visitors to the show will have the chance to check out Nikon’s complete range of products at the Nikon stand (D40, Hall 9), including its new flagship professional camera, the D3X. The new addition to Nikon’s FX family will be on display along with the recently announced COOLPIX series as well as the popular D40, D60 and D90 models. Nikon’s expert team will also be on hand throughout the event to answer any questions.
Along with the chance to handle Nikon’s products, an exciting seminar schedule has been lined up to include well known names such as Stuart Frankin, of the prestigious Magnum photo agency, Alex Bailey, movie photographer, Steve Davey, travel photographer and author, Andy Rouse, wildlife photographer and Charley Boorman, who with his team of three travelled the world By Any Means with Nikon cameras.
Visitors to the stand will also have the chance to win a Nikon D90 camera kit, the world’s first digital SLR camera to feature video mode. All proceeds will be donated to Nikon’s corporate charity, the Princess Alice Hospice.
Nikon’s seminar schedule will shortly be available on http://www.nikon.co.uk, please check soon.