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Nikon at Focus on Imaging 2007
Ralf Jurrien : January 24th 2007 - 20:28 CET
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Nikon Nikon at Focus on Imaging 2007 : Focus on imaging will take place this year from the 25th - 28th February, at the NEC in Birmingham. At the event this year Nikon will have an exciting new stand, which will enable more hands on contact with the products and allow visitors to get advice from the team of Nikon experts. The new stand will boast two dedicated seminar areas which can each accommodate in excess of forty people. The lectures will focus on two key areas: inspiration and technology. The inspiration seminars will be led by a range of guest speakers and will encompass lectures on travel photography to techniques on time-lapse photography and animation as well as a selection of inspirational lectures from Apple.
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The technology seminars will be led by Nikon experts and partners including Epson, Microsoft and Mitsubishi and will span a whole host of subjects to enable you to maximize your photographic system. The Nikon product range will be on display and the dedicated pods are designed for easy access to enable visitors a hands-on experience with ample opportunity to communicate with Nikon experts. A new lens area has been incorporated into the stand as well as a stand-alone creative lighting area for those visitors keen to experience professional techniques first-hand.

About Nikon
Since 1980, Nikon Corporation has been revolutionizing lithography with innovative products and technologies. The company is a worldwide leader in lithography equipment for the microelectronics manufacturing industry with more than 7600 exposure systems installed worldwide. Nikon offers the most extensive selection of production-class steppers and scanners in the industry. These products serve the semiconductor, flat panel display (LCD) and thin-film magnetic head (TFH) industries. Nikon Precision Inc. provides service, training, applications and technical support, as well as sales for Nikon lithography equipment in North America.

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