Image credit: Vincent Kalut / PhotoNews, used with permission.

Update (Tuesday July 27, 2021 at 11:26am EDT): We have added new information from Nikon regarding the presence of its mirrorless camera and lens lineup (last paragraph).


Last week, Canon shared the details of its on-site service center at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. And while Nikon hasn’t officially shown off its efforts for keeping photographers geared up in Tokyo, we now have an inside look at the Nikon Professional Services center at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, thanks to photographer Vincent Kalut.

Image credit: Vincent Kalut / PhotoNews, used with permission.

Based on Kalut’s images, there appears to be dozens of camera bodies on the shelves (we count at least 120 or so from the images provided), most of which appear to be Nikon’s flagship D6 DSLR, and at least as many lenses, if not more. Also pictured is an on-site service center where cleanings and basic repairs can be done.

Below is a full gallery of images from Kalut, used with permission:

Although not seen in these images from Kalut, Nikon has confirmed to DPReview that it does have Z6 II, Z7 II and Z-mount lenses on-location as well for photographers to use.