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Nikon Logo Vest

Jimmy Jones , Dec 23, 2008; 10:19 a.m.

Can someone please direct me to a website where I can purchase a Nikon Logo shooter's vest? I found this is the one below on a Dutch site. Does anyone know where I can find this on an English site?

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Shun Cheung , Dec 23, 2008; 10:23 a.m.

At the US Nikon Mall, you can find the following apparel, but no vest, unfortunately:
http://www.nikonmall.com/products/nikonlogoshop/nikapparel

Mark Parks , Dec 23, 2008; 10:36 a.m.

There is some on E-bay thats listed as new from a shop, Think it was about $29 + S&H that I think is about $15

Theodore Papageorgiou , Dec 23, 2008; 12:55 p.m.

I have bought a vest from a seller of the known auction site,and the name is MINI TO MEGA.

Wayne Cornell , Dec 23, 2008; 01:01 p.m.

Wouldn't want a Nikon vest for the same reason I don't use a Nikon strap--makes it easier for the thiefs to decided who has equipment worth stealing.

Dan Zimmerman , Dec 23, 2008; 01:47 p.m.

Couldn't agree more Wayne. I always leave those straps in the original box with the foreign language manuals and cords I don't use. Why advertise?

Dan Zimmerman , Dec 23, 2008; 01:47 p.m.

Couldn't agree more Wayne. I always leave those straps in the original box with the foreign language manuals and cords I don't use. Why advertise?

Jack Borlongan , Dec 23, 2008; 02:47 p.m.

Your best bet is to buy a blank vest and bring it over to someone who does logo embroidery, silk screening, or heat transfers. If you can't find the logo, the font (Arial Black/Italic) is very common.

Benjamin Schaefer , Dec 23, 2008; 03:22 p.m.

I agree with Wayne - get one embroidered with "Holga"

Ryan Aldrich , Dec 23, 2008; 03:45 p.m.

I'm backwards...I display Nikon logos where possible so people/clients know I'm using good stuff...When I bought a Quantaray Tripod, I painted over the white logo/lettering with Black so people wouldn't see my cheapness on accessories that aren't lenses or Speedlite!

Good point on the theft thing though...


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