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Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Canon dealer Park Cameras opens London store

Park Cameras has opened the doors to its  new camera store in London.

Park Cameras’ aim was to create the best camera store in London and they believe that they have done this. Their plan was to recreate the award-winning formula that has served them well since opening their flagship Burgess Hill store in 2008. But it’s their 42-year history and over 400 years’ combined experience in the photo industry that has helped them design their new specialist camera store in central London.

Park’s store is extremely accessible in the heart of the west end of London. It’s just a few minutes’ walk from either Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road tube stations and can be found at 53-54 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JR. The store spans over 4,000 square feet dedicated to photography. The store is so large in fact, it even has its own postcode!

With this amount of retail space, there is a fantastic display from each of the leading photographic brands, including Canon – not just cameras, but also lenses and accessories.

There were over 1,000 applicants, so Park Cameras has been able to select the best people to offer the highest possible customer service. All of the staff are photographers or videographers themselves, keen to pass on their skills and experience. Park Cameras have also worked with their key brands to have additional technical experts in store most days of the week.

The store is already open, but planning their grand opening event for Saturday 14 December 2013. Further information about the day is available on their website:

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