A fair you must not miss if you love photography
~ by Sony India
PUBLISH DATE: Jan. 2, 2020
Exploring endless possibilities in the photography technology, Sony Alpha will be participating in the Consumer Electronic Imaging Fair (CEIF) 2020. The iconic imaging brand has been showcasing their technological prowess at the CEIF for more than five years.
Organized by the All India Photography Trade and Industry Associations (AIPTIA), Consumer Electronic Imaging Fair is the third biggest photography fair in the world where photographers from across the globe gather to observe, experience and experiment with imaging products, techniques and styles.
Offering an immersive experience to visitors, Sony Alpha will be showcasing their innovative line up of imaging products.
To make it a memorable experience, the Sony Alpha team will be setting up an elaborate stall which will be thronged by experts. Get ready to witness the marvels of photography at the Sony Alpha exhibition stall.
The exhibition stall will allow visitors to explore the best photography hacks and trends with industry’s photography icons. Understanding the art of visualization, the Sony Alpha stall will keep an elaborate display of Sony cameras and lenses. Visitors coming to the Sony Alpha stall will be taken in for a visual treat and a splendid interactive experience with the brand and its line of products.
Event date: from 8th January to 10th January 2020.
Location: NSE Ground, Goregaon (E), Mumbai
Sony Alpha Stall: Sony stall is at C1, Hall no 4 at the above address
The registration for this epic photography festival has already started. Visitors can visit the site link- aiptia.com to register themselves to avoid missing out on the most awaited photography festival in the world.
Be the first ones to witness an ultimate line up of Sony alpha 7 series cameras and the amazing G master lenses at the Sony Alpha Stall. For the visitors who are not able to register through the website link, they can also register themselves at Hall No 4 at the NSE Ground.
Glimpse from CEIF 2019