Some Rare Nikon Gears from Grays of Westminster


Whether you’re a digital or analogue, Nikon or other brand user, this video will surely make your day. Photographer Matt Granger shares his visit to the renowned Nikon-only shop Grays of Westminster in central London.

The shop isn’t just your ordinary camera equipment shop; it is an institution of photography history for many photographers, having been granted a Royal Coat of Arms by Her Majesty herself.

In this tour, Granger gets to see the rare and unusual Nikon equipment since the beginning of the brand and shop to now, with an unrivaled stock of new equipment and a museum of early cameras and secondhand ones.

Take the tour now and watch this video here.

Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2016-12-12 #gear #culture #places #videos #nikon #vintage-cameras #camera-equipment #photography-history #photography-equipment #nikon-cameras #vintage-photography

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