Nikon Roadshow Gear Stolen

Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2012 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | 26 Comments

The security van which was transporting approximately £100, 000 worth of Nikon camera equipment from the Dublin NPS Roadshow was targetted by criminals on Saturday and all the equipment stolen.

A Nikon D800 - Announced last week and not available on the market yet

 

Here is a full list of the gear and a PDF of the list can be downloaded here. Included in the haul were demo versions of the Nikon D4 & Nikon 800 which are currently not available. The equipment was stolen before 10 oc on Saturday night from an unmarked van parked near The Phoenix Park.

 

Serial number Product Name
2027872 SB-700
2000776 SB-910
2112783 SB-R200
2112784 SB-R200
2007201 SB-N5 Products not currently available Serial number
2053595 SU-800 2000193 Sample D4
204369 AFS50/1.4G 2000382 Sample D4
211305 AF14/2.8D ED MPT 2038 Sample WT-5
2102538 AFS35/1.8G DX MPT 2043 Sample WT-5
203912 AFS35/1.4G MPT1088 Sample D800
205138 AF105/2D DC
300048 AF135/2D DC
200382 AFS300/4D IF
200661 AFS300/2.8G ED VR2
200606 AFS200/2G VR II
205164 AFS 600/4G VR ED
302920 AF16/2.8D FISHEYE
2069545 AFS105/2.8G VR MICRO
201187 24/3.5D PC-E ED
2009455 AFS60/2.8G ED MICRO
201222 45/2.8D PC-E ED Micro
2024655 AFS85/3.5G DX ED VR
2023900 AF-S DX MC40/2.8G
231352 AFS17-35/2.8D
227817 AFS17-55/2.8G DX ED
333216 AFS14-24/2.8G ED
478320 AFS24-70/2.8G ED
212444 AFS24-70/2.8G ED
33403012 AFS DX 18-105/3.5-5.6G VR ED
225558 AFS16-35/4G VR ED
20002656 AFS70-200/2.8G II VR ED
52002585 AFS28-300/3.5-5.6G VR ED
203336 AFS200-400/4G VRII ED
62001211 AFS24-120/4G VR ED
42291832 AFS18-200/3.5-5.6G VRII DX ED
2102647 AFS55-300/4.5-5.6G DX VR
438805 AFS TC-14E II
216917 AFS TC-20E III
1110036401 1 NIKKOR 10 F/2.8 White
1050077906 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30 F/3.5-5.6 Black
1310000816 1 NIKKOR VR 10-100 F/4.5-5.6 PD
1250003010 1 NIKKOR VR 30-110 F/3.8-5.6 Black
2000419 FT1 MOUNT ADAPTER
6001003 D90
6056018 D7000
6018500 D5100
5000718 D3X
2017340 MB-D11 BATTERY PACK
43001267 COOLPIX S8200 WHITE
44001624 COOLPIX S6200 PINK
40111099 COOLPIX AW100 BLACK
62005091 NIKON 1 V1 White
64004157 NIKON 1 J1 Silver
65006660 NIKON 1 J1 Red
4001235 WT-4
106780 NIKON 1 V1 GPS UNIT GP-N100 BK (BLACK)
200169 400MM F2.8G AF-S VR IF-ED NIKKOR BLACK
200733 500MM F4G AF-S VR IF-ED NIKKOR BLACK
0000155 MB-D12 MULTIPOWER BATTERY PACK
1001109 ME-1 stereo microphone

 

Nikon stolen equipment

12 Comments:

  1. Keith Nolan
    Posted February 15, 2012 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

    A van left parked near the Phoenix Park with a 100 grand of Nikon gear?
    …quelle surprise!

  2. Posted February 15, 2012 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

    Ouch

  3. glop
    Posted February 15, 2012 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    I’m interesed by the D3X for a good price

  4. Crispin Rodwell
    Posted February 15, 2012 at 11:43 pm | Permalink

    The intro says it was a ‘security van’ but later in the post it describes it as an ‘unmarked van’. Security vans don’t get left unattended near Phoenix Park at 22.00. Somebody has been very very stupid!

    • Posted February 16, 2012 at 1:12 am | Permalink

      Hi Crispin
      Thanks for your comment. I stated that it was a security van because it was alarmed , with I understand CCTV etc. When I mentioned unmarked I meant not branded as “Nikon”. Hope that clarifies.

      Good luck on Friday.

      Alan M

  5. Hank Endzelis
    Posted February 15, 2012 at 11:47 pm | Permalink

    Please tell me it wasn’t left running and unattended……

  6. Posted February 16, 2012 at 12:12 pm | Permalink

    Someone’s going to be in BIG trouble!
    Ouch, indeed!

  7. vip
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

    this is a joke???
    2 – D4
    1 -D3X

    WOW lot of stuff… NIKON have insurance (and now big advertising 4free)
    thief’man have 20% 4this 100,000GBP price.

    best deal ;)

    PS maybe Canon……….

  8. Posted February 16, 2012 at 4:24 pm | Permalink

    The funny thing is, whoever buys the stolen D4 will probably post an image on Flickr and not remember to strip the EXIF info.

  9. James Gould
    Posted February 17, 2012 at 3:33 am | Permalink

    Sounds like a good basic Nikon kit. Quite a loss.

    JIM

  10. Adra
    Posted February 17, 2012 at 10:15 am | Permalink

    That is a really stupid thing to do…to park unmarked van near The Phoenix Park. It is NEVER safe to park in The Phoenix Park with highly likely it can be stolen, it is clear te driver who doesn’t know the area to chance it. I wouldn’t park in the Phoenix Park if you paid a million quid.

  11. jimkk01
    Posted February 21, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Permalink

    D7000 owner ( 2 months old/8K count..pop-up flash goes dark after 4 flashes Commanding a new SB-910 in Slave mode. Off to El Segundo, CA, West Coast Nikon Repair. We’ll see…)
    Had a thought…if one helped in the recovery of the purloined goods, (was the whole van taken or emptied there?); wouldn’t it be righteous if Nikon let you pick one box as a reward…but you couldn’t resell it…you would have it to use for the length of the usual warranty period. Probably get you in The Nikon Newsletter.
    Question for the Group.
    What would you pick?
    The why is your own business…I’d go for one those giant fast telephoto mortar tubes..Probably can’t even lift it as old as I am.

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