We are honoured to have among our clientele a number of industry leaders and specialist companies in various areas including:
Individuals and their particular abilities are often at the forefront of a variety of services from design through to production and retail. To spearhead our expertise, we have engaged a specialist, Mr. Toni Kowal, who commenced his training with a degree in Physics (under the professorship of Samuel Tolansky, the father of Multiple Beam Interferometry), went on to complete his postgraduate work in Applied Optics at Imperial College and then broadened his scope with a degree in Japanese at the School of Oriental and African studies. He has been ideally placed to source and supply the finest Nikon equipment to the Forensic Industry as well as the Professional Imaging Industry, Cinematography, Higher Education and Research, Instrument Manufacture etc., etc..
If you have a particular optical application that Nikon lenses and/or cameras would address then please contact our specialist, Toni Kowal who would be delighted to discuss your requirements and solutions to your problems, as well as to bring a product availability and knowledge focus to a subject which few (if any) retailers or re-sellers of optical equipment anywhere else in the world could muster.
At Grays of Westminster we have employed a philosophy of stocking every available Nikon camera and accessory in order to provide an unrivalled service. We seek to source the unavailable through unique international connections. Currently we believe we have the largest range of new and second-hand manual focus Nikkor lenses for immediate delivery (these are particularly favoured by industrial/scientific users) and include the 8mm ultra-wide and the 105mm UV Nikkors made with Fluorspar elements - items almost impossible to source through other retail sources.
Please contact Toni Kowal if you have any queries. He is available by telephone on 020 7828 4925 or on his direct e-mail address email@example.com Monday to Friday from 10.00 a.m. until 5.30 p.m..