Do you love all things photography? Are you itching to try out the latest gear? Well, you might want to head to the big smoke on Saturday 26 October for London's biggest annual photography event, CameraWorld Live. Back for a third year, the event promises to be better than ever.
Not only will you be able to try out the latest pieces of gear from top brands, including the new Sony A7RIV, there will also be experts on-hand to demonstrate how to get the most of these products.
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Plus, there will be a satisfyingly sizable range of cameras and accessories at reduced prices with CameraWorld's Famous Show Deals. This will give you plenty of opportunity to find the best bag, tripod or accessory for your shooting set-up.
Even if you're not in the market for new gear, there'll be plenty to keep you occupied during the day. Bring along your favorite image on a memory card to claim your free A3 print from the Epson stand. Alternatively, join Nikon School leader Ricci Chera for some exciting talks and Nikon Z workshops. There will also be a Nikon technician offering sensor cleaning services throughout the day.
There are plenty of other interesting things happening at the CameraWorld Live event as well, including:
There will also be seminars from professional photographers and live studio experiences. CameraWorld Live is also expecting some exciting releases to be available to try for the first time in the UK, including:
• Canon EOS 90D and Canon EOS M6 MkII
• Sony A6600 and Sony A6100
• Panasonic S1H
• Canon RF 24-70mm f/2.8L
The nearest tube station for CameraWorld Live will be Liverpool Street Station. For a full list of attractions and to book your tickets, head to CameraWorld Live's website (opens in new tab). Tickets cost £8 on the door, but are only £5 if you pre-book online.
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