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Although good things have been happening at the Nikon School in South Africa regarding photography training, the company has now gone one step further by offering free training on selected Nikon Coolpix, DX and FX DSLR and speedlight models. For anyone trying to master a complex new DSLR, this is good news, since the specific ins-and-outs of, for example the focusing system, can be difficult to grasp.

Free training will be offered on the following the following DSLR models: D3100, D3200, D3300, D5100, D5200, D5300, D5500, D7000, D7100, D7200, D600, D610, D750 (quick review), D800, D810, Df (quick review), D4 and D4s, and SB500, SB700 and SB910 Speedlights. The following Coolpix models will be covered: L330, L830, P530, P600, P610, P900,

This training will be valid on all purchases of these models dated from 01 March 2014, and will be offered in Centurion, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein.

For more information visit www.premiumconnect.co.za/bookings or email school@nikon.co.za.

“Nikon in South Africa is committed to equipping our Nikon users with the knowledge of how to get the most out of their equipment. These free camera and speedlight training courses are designed to explore the basic functionality of your Nikon gear and to ensure that you are discovering its full potential,” said Grant Norton, head of Sales for Nikon in South Africa.

The Nikon School aims to inspire and equip photographers of all levels with training and workshops geared to provide both functional and photographic skills, the knowledge to master techniques and advance creativity. 

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