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“Lux Nikon Kit”, The 24K Gold Plated Nikon Df Camera

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On September - 24 - 2018
Golden Nikon Df

Golden Nikon Df

BRIKK is known for its unlimited and excessive creativity which can goes beyond everyone’s expectation. They always make a collaboration that make people amazed and in awe such as by plating the Apple logo with diamond and gold on iPhone 6.

This time, BRIKK is in collaboration with Nikon to plate one of its camera products with gold. Pure gold weighing 24K covers some parts of the camera body adorned with black leather to make it appear elegant and riveting.

BRIKK is a brand company of luxurious products that recently launches a camera set called “Lux Nikon Kit”. The set is sold for $41.395 and there are only 77 units available for this limited edition. Read the rest of this entry »

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