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Nikon Head Office Auditorium
South Africa

Nikon Head Office also offers a 66 seater auditorium for conferences and presentations.

In this image Johann van der Walt (President of the Photographic Society of South Africa), is devilvering a Judging Accreditation Programme to a group of experienced photographers who regularly judge at PSSA camera clubs and salons, etc.

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Uploaded: 30/01/2012
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