Nikon Summer Cashback Offer

London, UK, 21st May 2015: Nikon UK today launches its Summer Cashback promotion offering up to £60 cashback on selected D-SLR cameras, lenses and speedlights.

The promotion will run from 21st May 2015 – 26th August 2015 and all claims must be received by the 30th September 2015 (inclusive) in order to qualify. Details of the promotion and what customers are entitled to claim are below.


Please find below the respective cashback amounts on selected D-SLR cameras, NIKKOR DX lenses and Speedlights in the table below:


  • Cashback will be fulfilled by Visa© Prepaid Card.
  • The cashback amount will vary depending on the purchase and/or number of purchases made.
  • A maximum of one claim can be made per person on each model included in the promotion. Multiple claims from companies, organisations and institutions and claims from resellers are excluded from this offer.
  • Purchases made from Dixons Travel stores are excluded from this promotion.
  • This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.


Edward Allinson, Junior Product Manager for Lenses and Accessories at Nikon UK says: “With the holiday season fast approaching, now is the perfect time to step up into the world of D-SLR photography to get those all important holiday snaps and create lasting memories.”

He adds: “With Nikon’s vast selection of NIKKOR DX lenses and entry-level D-SLR cameras on offer, this is the ideal promotion for those looking to move away from their smartphone this summer, and explore the endless possibilities that D-SLR photography has to offer.”


For more information on the promotion, and how to submit your claim, please visit: www.nikon.co.uk/promotions

Terms and conditions apply. Offer is subject to availability.

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Final Few Days of the Nikon Spring Cashback

Pre-Bank Holiday Shopping

If you are planning a visit to Grays of Westminster in May, please note our opening hours leading up to the Spring Bank Holiday:


The Last Few Days of the Nikon Spring Cashback

Nikon Special Offer

Nikon S3M Rangfinder

Nikon S3M Rangfinder

Nikon S3M + S72 motor drive photography by Tony Hurst

The Nikon S3M was released in March 1960. It was the last rangefinder camera made by Nikon and it is unique in that it is also the first, and only, half-frame Nikon camera ever made. It is also the rarest and it is the jewel in the crown of Nikon rangefinder cameras.

See our new YouTube film on the very rare Nikon S3M and motor drive

For an unrivalled stock of new, second-hand and vintage Nikon you have only to visit us at Grays of Westminster. You will assured of a warm welcome or if this is not practical, we have a first class mail order service.

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Nikon Ambassador Moose Peterson Visits Grays of Westminster

Gray Levett, Sharon and Moose Peterson in Grays of Westminster's second hand Nikon department.

Gray Levett, Sharon and Moose Peterson in Grays of Westminster’s second hand Nikon department.

Grays of Westminster was honoured to be visited by USA Nikon Ambassador Moose Peterson during his time in London at the end of April. Moose was kind enough to blog about his visit, which you can read here www.moosepeterson.com/blog/ We had a great time with Moose and his lovely wife Sharon and look forward to their next visit to London. You can see Moose’s official Nikon Ambassador profile here:

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Nikon Special Offer: May Bank Holiday Offer

May Bank Holiday Offer

May Bank Holiday Offer

Receive a free accessory kit containing a bag, 16GB SDHC card and lens cleaning cloth when you purchase any new Nikon DX DSLR Body or Kit.

Claim your free accessory kit in-store between 30th April 2015 & 6th May 2015. Stocks are limited so hurry!

There is still time to enter your image into our
Photo of the Month competition!

The theme this month is Making History

Please submit your photographs to: info@graysofwestminster.co.uk
Maximum of two submissions per entrant. Photos must be no larger than 10mb in total, must be taken on Nikon equipment and must be your own work. Competition closes 31st May 2015 and the winner will receive a £50 Grays of Westminster gift certificate. Good luck!

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Bank Holiday Opening Hours

If you are planning a visit to Grays of Westminster in May please note our opening hours over the early bank holiday:


Final two days of the D810 enhanced part-exchange offer!

 Nikon D810 Special Offer

Something special from our vintage department:


Nikon M Rangefinder Camera

Nikon M Rangefinder Camera

In 1948 Nikon’s very first camera, the Nikon Model One, was destined for only a brief production run. Its 24 x 32mm format proved unpopular with the GHQ of the Occupation Forces under General MacArthur, who would not allow the camera to be exported to the USA because the 24 x 32mm format was not compatible with Kodachrome slide mounts. It was replaced by the Nikon M (the M standing for mutatio – Latin for change or alteration). The M used a 24 x 34mm format, but it was still smaller than the 36 x 24mm employed by Leica. In addition Nikon added the letter ‘M’ before the serial number which is the only time they ever identified one of their rangefinder cameras. According to factory records, the first Nikon M was camera M609760 assembled in August 1949.

The camera is marked “Made in Occupied Japan” on the base, a sign of the times following the 1945 Armistice and the US occupation of Japan which lasted from the summer of 1945 through Spring 1952. The number of this very rare example is M609769, which is possibly the 10th production camera! It is complete with a 5cm f/2 Nikkor-HC collapsible lens.

Photography by Tony Hurst

If you require any photographic assistance we are on hand to advise.

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