We Indians should stop boasting about events being largest or biggest. Due to the sheer size of the country and population most of the times we end up being largest by default. I think the focus should be on quality rather quantity.
This event is supposed to be a must go for photographers. This was the first time I was attending this event so I was quite excited. Unfortunately it did not turn out that well for me. May be because of my high expectations.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack
During this kind of event, industry leaders take opportunity to announce and showcase their latest product and technology. I was looking forward to put hands on Canon 6d and Nikon D600 but as most of the MNCs make us Indians feel neglected, both these industry leaders chose to keep away from the event. Yeah!! they did not participate at all.
Sony had the biggest stall and a very strong presence with their products. Zeiss, Tamron and Sigma also had their stalls. Tamron stall guys were helpful and I got chance to try one of the lenses I was trying to buy. Sigma stall was in sad state both in terms of product displayed and the staff.
The biggest draw were local dealers with cheap indian and imported products related to studio photography. Refrelctors, Diffusers, Lens hood, Lights etc. There were hoards of studio photographer, local as well as nearby Delhi area, shopping these products.
I would say this event was dedicated to printing industry. Most of the stalls at this event were related to photo printing specially wedding albums and software.
The event was well organized. There was provision to apply online for entry passes which saved time at the venue. Also there was a shuttle service from the main gate to the exhibition hall. Although the distance was not more than 500 meters but it was a nice gesture by organizers.
All in all it was a good experience, nothing very exciting still worth a visit.
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