Nikon has announced that the much anticipated Nikon D6, the manufacturer’s upcoming flagship professional camera, will be on display for the first time in the UK at The Photography Show, taking place 14-17 March 2020 at the NEC in Birmingham.
The Nikon D6 didn’t appear at CES 2020 in January, so this will be the first chance for consumers in the west to get up close and personal with the new camera – the details of which are still a closely guarded secret right now.
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The D6 declaration came as part of a slew of confirmations made for the supershow. Nikon will also be showcasing the recently announced Nikon D780, the full Z series range of bodies, and the hotly awaited Coolpix P950.
It’s not just cameras that will be ready to rumble at the Nikon stand (C11 and C12), though – the incredible Nikkor 58mm f/0.95 Noct will be joined by the exciting new optics, the AF-S Nikkor 120-300mm f/2.8E and the Nikkor Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S.
And not only will there be a wide variety of shiny new Nikon kit for you to play with, there will also be engaging talks from a stellar roster of Nikon photographers, ambassadors and influencers, including food photographer Donna Crous, wildlife maestro George Turner, and travel photographer and Instagram sensation Alex Stead.
In addition, the Nikon School Stage will be returning with a compelling line-up of trainers, influencers and ambassadors. Each one will be sharing their insights into their work and how Nikon equipment has empowered them to produce award-winning photography. Nikon School trainers Neil Freeman and Ricci Chera will also be on hand throughout the show.
“We’re very excited to be showcasing our much anticipated line-up of new Z Series, DSLR and Coolpix cameras and lenses this year,” said Nikon UK’s Julian Harvis. “The Photography Show is a great platform for us to engage with customers and allow them the opportunity to immerse themselves in the heart of the brand, and speak to Nikon representatives face to face.”
Don’t miss your opportunity to see the latest and greatest kit at the Nikon stand – pick up your tickets to The Photography Show here.
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