Over the last few years CameraWorld have held events in London, mainly with Canon and a selection of accessory brands. This year it’s much bigger, with all the leading camera, lens and accessory brands there and in a larger, prestigious venue in London
London has long needed a camera show and who better than CameraWorld to hold one with many decades of experience at Focus-on-Imaging, The Photography Show, NEC and their own shows and events. Enter The CameraWorld Show, London 2016, in association with Amateur Photographer magazine.
All the main camera brands with have stands, demonstrating their latest products, some of which will only just have been launched at the recent Photokina. Additionally, there’ll be experts and brand ambassadors to talk to.
Leading camera brands include: Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Sony, Olympus and Panasonic, plus instant cameras from Impossible, and action cameras from Isaw and 360fly.
Lens brands include: Tamron, Sigma, Zeiss, and Samyang, as well as the camera brand lenses, of course.
Angela Nicholson, journalist, reviewer and photographer, will be taking visitors on Photo Walks to demonstrate the quality of Tamron lenses.
Bags and Tripods include: Lowepro, Vanguard, Velbon, Benro, MeFoto, Crumpler, Sirui, Tenba, Domke, Joby and Gillis London. And there’ll be loads of accessories, such as leather straps from 4L, filters from Hoya and Tiffen, lighting from Rotolight, software, memory cards and more.
On top of all this, there’ll be competitions, workshops and seminars, including Rob MacNeice, Head of Nikon Professional Services talking about the D500, and David Newton, photographer and Pro Canon user, talking about the new EOS 5D Mark IV. Gavin Hoey, professional photographer, trainer and Olympus Ambassador, will hold a seminar on the OM-D M4/3rds system and a creative water workshop on the Olympus stand.
There’ll be a number of Show Deals that will be exclusive for the event only. A Second-hand Shop will be there with a large selection of our best used equipment and they’ll be offering top dollar on any unwanted photo equipment that visitors bring along, either to part-exchange or simply for buy, so CameraWorld encourage people to look in their lofts, cupboards and drawers. CameraWorld buy film equipment as well as digital and many accessories too – so, lots to do and see!
The CameraWorld Show, London 2016
Grand Connaught Rooms,
On: Saturday, October 29th 2016
Time: 11am until 5pm