Nikon Takes a New Stand at Focus

February 24, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | 0 Comments |
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Nikon UK will be unveiling a brand new exhibition stand at the annual Focus-on-Imaging photography show. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Canon’s decision to skip the show due to a “reassessment of its European marketing plans” for 2011. The new Nikon stand - D40, Halls 9 and 10 - has been especially designed to give visitors an opportunity to try out the entire Nikon range, including the Nikon D7000 digital SLR camera (pictured) and recently announced Coolpix line-up, as well as get advice from the company’s team of experts. Visitors to the Nikon stand will also have the chance to win a D7000 kit as well as other prizes by entering a prize draw, with all proceeds going to Nikon’s corporate charity, Born Too Soon.

Nikon Press Release

NIKON TAKES A NEW STAND AT FOCUS ON IMAGING SHOW

Stand D40, Hall 9 &10, 7th-10th March 2010

Nikon UK will be unveiling a brand new state-of-the-art exhibition stand at the annual Focus-on-Imaging photography show which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham from 6th - 9th March 2011.

Nikon’s exciting new stand (D40, Hall 9 and 10) has been especially designed to give visitors the best possible opportunity to try out the entire Nikon range, including the D7000 and recently announced COOLPIX line-up, as well as get advice from our team of experts. The new open plan seminar area, which now offers increased capacity, will see talks from leading photographers Andy Rouse, who will be launching his new book, Gorilla’s Living on the Edge, Heather Angel, Alex Bailey and many more throughout the show.

Visitors will also be able to sample the iconic images of celebrity and fashion photographer, John Wright, in an exhibition of his work on stand D70. Nikon has been working closely with John on setting up its Nikon Foundation competition; an initiative to support emerging talent with a unique opportunity to work alongside John Wright.

Visitors to the Nikon stand will also have the chance to win a D7000 kit as well as other prizes by entering a prize draw, with all proceeds going to Nikon’s corporate charity, Born Too Soon.

For full details on Nikon’s line up of guest speakers, please check http://www.nikon.co.uk, where a seminar schedule will be available shortly.



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