As you may be aware, Opus Instruments joined the Atik Cameras family a few years ago. Atik is proud to continue with, and build on, the proud history and unique position of Opus Instruments.
To help maintain the high quality customer service levels expected by our customers, we are looking to consolidate our communications channels. This will help us to continue addressing all of your messages in a timely manner, whilst also reducing the likelihood of any important information ending up in your junk folders!
With this in mind, your Opus emails will start to come from an Atik Cameras email address, as of the 14th September 2020.
This also means that the Opus specific [email protected] address will no longer function from this date.
To contact a member of the Opus team, please continue to use the appropriate contact forms on our website.
Opus will continue to be a standalone brand, complete with its own website and products. This will just help to make sure that we continue to provide the best possible service to you.
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