Focus on all things photography at DCIM Show 2010

KUALA LUMPUR: If you’re a digital photography enthusiast or just looking to check out the latest gear in the market, the good news is that the Digital Camera, Imaging and Media Show 2010 will be taking place at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre here on May 14 to 16.

According to the organisers, the event will showcase the entire spectrum of photography and its related accessories and applications — from DSLRs, lenses, camera kits and equipment, software, printing solutions and other photography and imaging-related products and services.

Visitors can expect to see the latest equipment and solutions on show, including those from Canon, Panasonic, Nikon, Leica, Samsung and a host of other leading brands including Sigma, Western Digital, Lowepro and Kingston.

There will also be seminars and workshops to benefit hobbyists and amateurs in the field of photography.

Additionally, a number of studios will be built for visitors to use, further enhancing the show’s experience and to aid consumers in making better purchasing decisions.

Another addition to this year’s DCIM Show will be a dedicated kiosk area allocated for local photographers to showcase their services, be it in photography services or even offering lessons to beginners.

For more information and full exhibitor listing, visit

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