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Nikon Head Office

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The Nikon Head Office building in Centurion, Gauteng, is a new building opened to the public in late 2011.

The ultra modern design lends itself well to the Nikon brand.

On offer is a 66 seater auditorium and conference rooms, coffee shop a fully equiped studio for hire, the camera interaction area, Nikon Boutique Shop for clothing and apparel, camera and lens repairs and Nikon Training School bookings.

  • Maria about 1 month ago
    WOW NIKON SO PROUD OF YOU
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