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Save up to £350 on new Nikon!

Spring Savings: Up to £350 off on new Nikon DSLR Bodies

Nikon D750 + AF-S 60mm f/2.8G, f/5, 1/1000″, ISO200

It looks like Spring has finally arrived in London, and with it a whole host of offers on new Nikon DSLR Bodies! We have excellent stocks of Nikon in both new and second hand, so if you are thinking of taking a camera on your next excursion or want to capture the beauty of your own back garden our staff are on hand to assist you.

Save £350 on the Nikon D5


Save £250 on the Nikon D810 & save £100 on the Nikon D610


Savings on the D5600 & D5300

To place an order or for any further enquiries please contact us on 0207 828 4925 or email

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Nikon’s Camera Arsenal at the 2018 Winter Olympics

Just take a look at the massive camera arsenal Nikon have brought to the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Nikon have 60 tech reps from over 10 countries around the world on hand to provide photographers with assistance, including services such as cleaning, checking, and calibrating equipment, Shutterbug reports.

Nikon’s Camera Arsenal

The Nikon arsenal contains the D5, D850, and a large selection of prime and zoom lenses. DPReview reports that while the exact number of Nikon cameras and lenses at the Games is confidential, the stockpile is worth about “several hundred luxury cars.” If each of those luxury car costs $40,000, then 400 of them would have a value of $16 million.


Nikon has begun publishing 2018 Olympics photos captured with its equipment on the Nikon Professional Services blog.


(words supplied by PetalPixel)

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New Nikon Lens Announcement: AF-S 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR

Announced: Nikkor AF-S 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR

Nikon announces the AF-S NIKKOR 180–400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR, the first telephoto in the NIKKOR lineup to boast a built-in 1.4x teleconverter. Always sharp and always steady, this zoom lens allows 560 mm of reach the instant the action demands it.


From stadium to mountainside, the AF-S NIKKOR 180–400mm f/4E TC1.4 lets you own every advantage out in the field. A solid, well-positioned lever ensures easy, comfortable activation of the teleconverter. Photographers can increase the 180–400mm (f/4) focal-length range to 560 mm (f/5.6) without adjusting their hold on the camera, or taking their eye away from the viewfinder.


The advanced optical design ensures photographers can extend their reach without compromising sharpness. And Nikon’s Vibration Reduction (VR) allows a four-stop advantage, even with the teleconverter engaged. SPORT VR reliably tracks fast-moving subjects, and advanced autofocus ensures subject-acquisition performance is superb. Ergonomic advantages include the fact that typical zoom- and focus-ring positions have been reversed for more balanced handling, and a fluorite lens element helps keep the weight down.



Sales start: 8th March 2018
Price: £10,999.00 inc. VAT

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For enquiries and orders please contact: 020 7828 4925 or email

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Nikon Owner Magazine Issue 59

Nikon Owner magazine Cover – issue 59


By Gillian Greenwood
Senior Features Editor Gillian Greenwood introduces us to the spectacular world of free-skiing photographer Pally Learmond.

by Heather Angel
Heather Angel explains how she captured her stunning shot of an ice arch in Greenland.

By Michael Eleftheriades
In response to numerous requests, we present Michael Eleftheriades’ article on the Nikon 1 System.

By Gray Levett
In 1938 an amazing camera appeared ten years before the first production of the Nikon One 35mm rangefinder cameras. Known only to a handful of Nikon historians, we bring you the Nippon Kogaku (Nikon) Sky camera.

by Simon Stafford
The new Nikon D850 is the talk of the photographic world. Simon Stafford gives us his first impressions and explains how it differs from other DSLRs in Nikon’s range. 

Kazakhstan – The Eagle Has Landed
Andrew Main Wilson continues to capture in one iconic image the essence of each country in the world; in this issue he visits Kazakhstan.

Words by Gray Levett. Image by Tony Hurst
Master photographer Tony Hurst shoots Nikon’s first autofocus SLR camera the F3AF which was launched in 1983.

by Simon Stafford
In the second installment of his two-part series, Technical Editor Simon Stafford examines the use of autofocus in Live View with Nikon D-SLR cameras from the D3 and D300 onwards. 

by Becky Danese
Technical Advisor Becky Danese comprehensively guides us through the range of Micro-Nikkor lenses.

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Celebrate 100 years of Nikon with Grays of Westminster and Nikon Owner at our Grand Christmas Event on Friday, 1st December

Grays of Westminster and Nikon Owner magazine would like to invite you to their grand Christmas Event in the magnificent Regency Restaurant at the Institute of Directors (IoD), 116 Pall Mall, London.


The champagne reception and superb Christmas dinner will be followed this year by a unique presentation by Andrew Main Wilson who has set out to become the first person to visit every country in the world and tell the story of the 1,000 greatest travel experiences on Earth in images and words.

With photographic shoots in 175 of the world’s 200 countries now complete, he is very close to finishing his global odyssey. The images from all 175 countries have been shot using Nikon cameras and lenses, from the Nikon F4 to the Nikon D800, and the 14-24mm to the 80-400mm Nikkor zoom.

Inspired and influenced along the way by interviewing world leaders such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sir David Attenborough and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Andrew Main Wilson will share his exciting stories and the iconic images of his epic adventures across the globe.

The Institute of Directors

The Institute of Directors is a grand Grade I listed Regency building and its sweeping marble staircase and vast walls, covered in 18th and 19th century canvases, provides a spectacular backdrop for the evening; the period restaurant at the IoD is a most fitting venue for this elegant celebration.

Venue: Institute of Directors (IoD), 116 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ED

Date: Friday, December 1st, 2017

Champagne Reception: 6.30 p.m. Introduction and Welcome

Dinner: 7.15 p.m.

Traditional Christmas Dinner or a Vegetarian Option

Andrew Main Wilson’s Presentation in the Morning Room: 9.15 p.m.


Cost of the evening: £155 per ticket, £95 for current Nikon Owner subscribers


To book a place at the Christmas event, please reply to me, Gillian Greenwood, on with your full name, Nikon Owner user-name if available, postcode, daytime mobile or landline, your menu choice (traditional or vegetarian) and the name of any guest or guests you would like to bring with you.

Please note:

We are unfortunately unable to take telephone messages with regard to your booking. As there are only a certain number of places available, may we also ask you to reply as soon as possible.

If you are not a current Nikon Owner subscriber, you are welcome to join or re-join Nikon Owner when we contact you to receive the benefit of booking the Christmas Event at the lower price.


About Nikon Owner

Standard Annual subscription – normal price: £69; special price: £59 when you make your booking

· 1-year subscription to Nikon Owner + 3-year warranty on all new Nikon products from Grays of Westminster

· Nikon Owner magazine, a superb, glossy full-colour 60-page magazine that is 100% Nikon. Each issue delivers benchmark technical reviews of the very latest Nikon equipment, thought-provoking interviews and articles with world-class images

· All back issues are now available on line as PDFs

· Private user-name and password to subscribers-only website

· Simon Stafford’s Technical Helpline

· 18-month warranty on second-hand Nikon from Grays of Westminster

· 10% off Think Tank bags purchased at Grays of Westminster

· Special trips and events

· Discounts on events and training sessions


Gold subscription £231 – special price: £155 when you make your booking

· 2-year subscription to Nikon Owner

· 5-year warranty on all new Nikon products from Grays of Westminster

· 2-year warranty on second-hand Nikon from Grays of Westminster

· Gold Priority waiting list for all new Nikon releases (top of the waiting list)

· Nikon Owner magazine as above

· Private user-name and password to the subscribers-only website which includes a forum, message board, technical equipment reviews, events page and use of a photo gallery

· Simon Stafford’s Technical Helpline

· 15% off Think Tank bags purchased at Grays of Westminster

· Special trips and events

· Substantial discounts on a number of training sessions, workshops, seminars and safaris. These include Simon Stafford’s all-day photographic workshops (which he arranges in addition to his Flash, Portraiture, Macro and kit-related courses), Michael Eleftheriades’ Lightroom and Colour-Calibration seminars as well as his London Walks and ‘How-To’ Seminars, Graham Eaton’s wildlife workshops and events.


Diamond and Platinum Subscriptions:

Details upon request.

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