By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : October 10, 2016 5:52 pm
The offers have been live since September 1, 2016 across all retail stores in India.
With festive season underway, Nikon India today announced a bunch of new offers on its products. Nikon is one of the most popular brand for DSLRs and Point and shoot cameras. The offers listed below have been live since September 1, 2016 across all retail stores in India.
If you happen to buy a D-SLR D5 or D-SLR D810, Nikon is offering a Lowe pro Runner 350 AW worth Rs 9,999 for free. Whereas, if you are planning to buy D-SLR D750 & D-SLR D610, you will get a Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22L AW, worth Rs 5,500, for free.
Buying a D-SLR D3300 will get you a Toshiba 16GB FlashAir WiFi (Class 10) SD card, worth Rs 3,100, and Photron Stedy 450 Tripod which is worth Rs 1,800.
While, with every purchase of D-SLR D5300, one gets HP Deskjet 1112 Printer for free which is worth Rs 2,922. Lastly, with D-SLR D5200, you will get a 16GB (Class 10) SD card worth Rs 399.
In a press release, Nikon India said, "Nikon India is committed to delight their consumers at every occasion and has launched these offers to enhance their festivities in this auspicious season. Through these offers, Nikon India would like to wish and thank their customers and other photography enthusiasts for their continuous support to the brand."
To detail out the availability, Nikon has five centres, 32 authorized service centres, 60 Nikon Collection Centres and over 4500 dealer base for complete service & support of Nikon customers. Nikon has also set up over 120 Experience zones pan India which showcases the entire range of D-SLR cameras, COOLPIX cameras, Nikon 1, an elaborate range of NIKKOR lenses and Nikon Sport Optics.
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