I thought some of my fellow members might enjoy a virtual tour around Grays of Westminster who must be one of the Wolds premier Nikon dealers http://www.graysofwestminster.co.uk/tour/
To be honest Jim I've never been there although I only live about two hundred miles away, I'm a Canon user.Even better to visit in person!
I've only been once, but it was a treat. And every time I see the grid lines in my F5's viewfinder, I'm reminded of my visit there. That was the only place in the world I could find an EC-E screen!
It would be a treat for me too but as I wrote I've never been there either, in fact It's about fifteen years since I was in London last, and I only live about two hours and ten minutes away by train.Thanks for posting Ben, would be a treat to visit (without a credit card)
in the second hand room... is that one of the great fabled Nikkor 13mm f5.6 rectangular ?
To be honest Jim I've never been there although I only live about two hundred miles away, I'm a Canon user.
That strange thing on the silver tripod?
If you look at it from the Gallery you will see that it is the 6mm, 2.8, 220° circular super-fisheye.
(At least that is what I make out of it.)
It does have the look of a very exclusive gentlemen s club, I think I would feel the same way.I walked past it once and looked in the window. I didn't seem worthy enough to actually go in (and they were closed anyway!).
Looking at the prices comparing Ffordes to Grays of Westminster, 'Grays' does seem to list equipment at higher prices.
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