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Nikon to sell direct to consumer in Europe

Following the lead of Sony Style – the direct selling mechanism which allows Sony to retail direct to on-line customers – Nikon is to roll out a brand new on-line dealing platform, with a channel for retailers ordering Nikon gear but also a direct shop for consumers.

The company has signed a deal with hybris, . . . → Read More: Nikon to sell direct to consumer in Europe

Calumet London Sony ACE centre

Calumet has announced that its Wardour Street, Soho, London store is now a Sony Alpha Centre of Excellence:

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. . . → Read More: Calumet London Sony ACE centre

Sony unveils ‘ACE’ dealers in UK

What we thought would be the ‘Alpha Pro’ project – display centres for the entire system sited at key retail outlets through Britain – turned out to be the ‘ACE’ project. That is, Sony Alpha Centres of Excellence. London Camera Exchange Colchester, one of the selected dealers, supplied these shots of the new showcase.

. . . → Read More: Sony unveils ‘ACE’ dealers in UK

SonyStyle to be UK-based for UK customers

News tonight from Sony UK – great news for UK buyers…

As of the 1st of April 2008 the UK Sony Style business will transfer from a Belgian to a UK based company.* This will not affect your statutory rights or data protection in any way. This change will create a range of benefits for . . . → Read More: SonyStyle to be UK-based for UK customers