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In-store events November/December 2016

We’ve got some great in-store events lined up for November & December:

Tuesday 8th November – Olympus Touch & Try Event
Come along and see the very latest pro kit from Olympus. This is a great opportunity to get hands-on with new products before they are available for sale.
Pop in any time from 10AM to 4PM to see the new gear and chat with experts from Olympus UK.

 

Saturday 12th November – Manfrotto, Gitzo, Nilox & Yuneec
Come and find out what makes Manfrotto the no.1 tripod brand and what makes Gitzo tripods so special! Plus see the latest action cameras from Nilox and try out the Yuneec drone simulator. Experts from Manfrotto UK will be on hand all day to demonstrate the latest Manfrotto, Gitzo, Nilox and Yuneec kit. Plus take advantage of our exclusive special offers on the day!
Pop in any time from 10AM to 4PM

 

Saturday 19th November – Leica Wedding & Portrait Workshop
Harrison Cameras are hosting a unique opportunity to gain an insight into how a professional wedding photographer approaches and produces the final images for a wedding using his Leica SL.

Professional photographer Clement Lauchard (www.clementlauchardphotography.com) will lead this one day workshop.
This workshop is open to all levels of photographers who are keen to grow their skill set.

Price: £95
Refreshments provided, lunch not included.

To book visit: https://www.leica-storemayfair.co.uk/collections/akademie-workshops/products/wedding-photography-workshop-with-harrison-cameras

 

Saturday 26th November – Sony
Come along and see the latest Sony equipment and take advantage of our exclusive special offers on the day.
A Sony expert will be on hand to demonstrate all the latest Sony gear, including the A99II, A6500 and RX100V.
Pop in any time from 10AM to 4PM.

 

Saturday 3rd December – Canon Day Featuring David Noton
David Noton is one of the world’s most renowned landscape photographers, and runs his own highly successful freelance photography company. His passion for photography, travel and the world’s most beautiful locations are the defining influences that have shaped his life, work and creative approach to photography.
This is a rare opportunity to get an insight into David’s photography using the Canon EOS 5D family of cameras.
There will be 3 presentations throughout the day at 10AM, 12:30PM and 2:30PM which will be limited to a maximum of 20 people per session. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Also we will have an expert from Canon UK on hand to demonstrate all the latest kit.
Click here to book your place now
Exclusive special offers available on the day!

 

Saturday 10th December – Nikon Day Featuring John Clements
John Clements has an impressive photographic career spanning over three decades. A skilled photographer, he has photographed across a wide genre of people and still-life photography. Formerly Nikon’s Advisor of Photography for a number of years, he has worked in a consultancy capacity with many leading imaging companies. John is author of over a dozen books and he has also written for many photography magazines.

John will be running 3 exclusive interactive seminars – more information coming soon!

A Nikon representative will also be in store from 10AM to 4PM to give advice on the latest Nikon gear, including the D500. Take advantage of our exclusive special offers on the day.

 

Saturday 17th December – Olympus
Experts from Olympus UK will be available to demonstrate and help set up the latest flagship-model cameras and lenses.
Anyone purchasing a new pro-level Olympus camera will find it beneficial to drop in and take advice on the setup and use of their latest equipment, plus take advantage of our exclusive special offers on the day.
10AM to 4PM

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by Simon Grason on 18/10/2016

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