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Photography Show 2014 – Prices

Calumet Nikon lenses

Some prices from The Photography Show – 2014.

Only had the phone to photograph these so resolution is a bit off.

In past years I’ve heard that prices are negotiable – so try to haggle 😉

On the whole I was disappointed with the deals so only bought a memory card and some printer paper samples.

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Cameraworld

Cameraworld Sigma Cameraworks Sigma Cameraworld Nikon CameraWorld Canon Cameraworld Canon

Calumet

(Sorry – only got the Nikon lens prices)

Calumet Nikon lenses

London Camera Exchange

London Camera Exchange - Canon Prices London Camera Exchange - Nikon - Prices London Camera Exchange - Sigma Prices

Example of the woeful savings:

On the Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR ii:
Calumet – £6
Cameraworld – £0
LCE – £0


Focus on Imaging is dead – long live The Photography Show

The Photography Show

Just found out that another company has taken up the baton of what used to be Focus on Imaging. Was sad when I heard that Focus on Imaging was to end as it was the biggest photography trade fair of it’s type in the UK – so it’s good news to hear it’s actually going to continue.

1st to 4th March at Birmingham NEC – £13/15

 

The Photography Show

From what I’ve heard it should be the same – just run by a different company.

Some details links:

Whats On

Exhibitors

Tickets

Twitter: @ukphotoshow

 


Focus on Imaging to end!

Focus

Oh what!!
Just read that Focus on imaging, UK’s largest photography fair will shut down. The people running it aren’t selling it – just shutting it down.

See : http://www.photographyblog.com/news/mary_walker_closes_focus_after_24_years/

Focus


Focus on imaging – cameraworld prices

More Focus on imaging 2012 prices – this time cameraworld,nothing I want is V cheap.

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Sigma lens prices - cameraworld


Focus on imaging – Jacob prices

Some prices for you. Hope this WordPress app uploads the full images. Edit: It didn’t but they’ve been uploaded. Clicm on picture for the full size.

Canon Camera prices at focus on imaging

Sigma Lens Prices at focus on imaging

Nikon Lens prices at Focus on imaging

Nikon camera prices at focus on imaging

Sigma lens prices

Canon lens prices


Focus on Imaging 2012 – preview

Focus on Imaging

Focus on Imaging 2012 started today.

This is the UK’s biggest Photography trade show/fair. It’s at Birmingham NEC and started today (Sunday 4th) and goes on until Wednesday (7th March). Practically all the main photography manufacturers have a stall there and also a lot of other interesting stalls also – retailers, magazines, smaller manufacturers, trade agencies, societies, Universities etc. If you’re a big photography fan then it’s a must at least once – especially if considering buying some equipment.

Here’s a list of exhibitors.

But as well as stalls trying to sell you stuff there are other things of interest – here’s the show’s What’s On page.

Talks, demo’s, workshops etc. Unlike other trade fair which have separate paid for seminars – these talks are fairly small, but also free. I’ve been to a few in the past e.g. on Nikon Speedlights and they certainly can still be interesting. Here’s a list of all the talks.

Here’s the Floorplan PDF.

With a quick preview picture:

 

Deals : usually there are some good deals to be had at the show and this is why I’m going this year – I’m hoping to buy a Full Frame lens cheaply before I hopefully upgrade to the Nikon D800. I will try to blog prices here – but as I’m only going on Tuesday – it may be a bit late for most I’m afraid. Should still be interesting though. Although – I have seen someone mention that they bought a Nikon 16-35 from the Jacobs stall for £850 – that’s their normal shop price! Although purchasing a lens is my main purpose for going it has been more than a year since I last went – so it should be an interesting day out anyway.

Other things I’m hoping to try/buy:

  • Try a production D800 (already tried a demo one)
  • Take some photos with my own card on both D800 and D700 to compare
  • Look at Computer monitors – I’m thinking of buying a new 24″ monitor
  • Try some Wacom tablets
  • Maybe buy some 1.72m wide Colorama backdrop paper.
  • And generally just geek out 😉