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Calypso

*** SOLD *** Calypso  s/n 8312 Nikon 35mm/3. 5   The Calypso is a 24 x 36 film format, all-weather viewfinder camera. It is meter-less camera as it has no light meter within. The shutter employed a vertically travel metal focal plane type of design with shutter speed range working quite narrow from 1/30 to 1/500 sec (with settings from 30, 60, 125, 250 & 500) plus an additional Bulb setting (flash connection for FP and X). Lees verder

Calypso Nikkor 2

*** SOLD *** Calypso Nikkor 2  s/n 1028159 W-Nikkor 35mm/2. 5  s/n 313403. Lees verder

Calypso Nikkor 2

*** SOLD *** Calypso Nikkor 2  s/n 1038798. Lees verder

Nikonos

*** SOLD *** Nikonos  s/n 928158 W-Nikkor 35mm/2. 5  s/n 214000. Lees verder

Nikon F3 in parts

*** SOLD *** Nikon F3 in parts. . Lees verder

Nikonos 2

*** SOLD *** Nikonos 2  s/n 987100   The Nikonos II, made by Nikon from 1968-1975, can be used at depths up to 50m (160feet, 26. 67fathoms) it uses 35mm film with a 24x36mm capture size, has a focal-plane shutter with vertical travel and X & FP sync possible (highest X-sync 1/60), shutter speeds 1/30,1/60, 1/125,1/250,1/500 and Bulb, zone focusing with a useful depth of field scale, the viewfinder has 35mm coverage and parallax correction marks for close ups. The body is die cast aluminium alloy sealed with O-ring gaskets. . Lees verder

Nikon Various

*** SOLD *** Nikon Various. Lees verder

Nikonos 3

*** SOLD *** Nikonos 3  s/n 3122663 Nikkor-W 35mm/2. 8  s/n 203018. Lees verder

Nikon FG Cut Away

*** SOLD *** Nikon FG  Cut Away   Nikon FG was introduced 4 years after super compact Nikon EM in 1979. There were many innovation and sophisticated improvement incorporated within the identical size camera body. It was Nikon's first multimode AE camera. Unlike the only black body EM, it came with two choices of either black or chrome. Lees verder

Nikonos 4A

*** SOLD *** Nikonos 4A  s/n 4198433   The underwater Nikonos IVA has gone through some major improvement to the Nikonos design. This is not surprising as the Nikon SLRs have also been been greatly improved on all other aspects. One of the most significant development was the inclusion of auto exposure (the "A" behind the IV signifies auto-exposure), extended film speed range which is now 25 to 1600 ISO as well as at the flash photography section. The shutter was still deploying a vertical traveled, metal focal plane type with working shutter speeds improved slightly from 1/30 sec to 1/1000 sec. Lees verder

Nikon Body Frames

*** SOLD *** Nikon Body Frames. Lees verder

Nikonos 5

*** SOLD *** Nikonos 5  s/n 2092051 Nikkor 35mm/2. 8  s/n 704820   Commercially, this all-weather Nikonos was perhaps the most successful model among al the Nikonos family of underwater camera. It inherited many basic features of the IVa with other refinements made to its features. The Film speed range remained the same at 25 to 1600 ISO with a quartz-timed, stepless shutter speed range from 1/30 to 1/1000 sec. Lees verder

Nikonos 5

*** SOLD *** Nikonos 5  s/n 2078159 Nikkor LW 28mm/2. 8  s/n 283458   Commercially, this all-weather Nikonos was perhaps the most successful model among al the Nikonos family of underwater camera. It inherited many basic features of the IVa with other refinements made to its features. The Film speed range remained the same at 25 to 1600 ISO with a quartz-timed, stepless shutter speed range from 1/30 to 1/1000 sec. Lees verder

Nikon FG

*** SOLD *** Nikon FG  s/n 8853608 Nikon E-series 75-150mm/3. 5  s/n 1808763   Nikon FG was introduced 4 years after super compact Nikon EM in 1979. There were many innovation and sophisticated improvement incorporated within the identical size camera body. It was Nikon's first multimode AE camera. Lees verder

Nikon Nikonos RS-System CT-N1 set

*** SOLD *** Nikon Nikonos RS-System CT-N1 set:   RS Body Speedlight SB104 R-UW AF Nikkor 20-35mm/2,8 R-UW AF Nikkor Micro 50mm/2,8 R-UW AF Nikkor 28mm/2,8   One of the BEST, if not last of the underwater camera ever designed for underwater photography. It was almost 7 years after the autofocus evolution which began in back in 1985. Nikon has stunned the entire photo community by introducing the world's first TTL autofocus reflex-type underwater camera in January, 1992. It is not just another Nikonos, but can be considered as an entirely new breed of underwater camera as it embodied with almost similar performance of a top grade land-based SLR type and made handling photography underwater easily and assuring as with any of the normal Nikon SLRs. Lees verder

Nikon Superzoom 8

*** SOLD *** Nikon Superzoom 8  s/n 565710. Lees verder

Nikon Nikonos RS

*** SOLD *** Nikon Nikonos RS  s/n 2002518 Speedlight SB-104   One of the BEST, if not last of the underwater camera ever designed for underwater photography. It was almost 7 years after the autofocus evolution which began in back in 1985. Nikon has stunned the entire photo community by introducing the world's first TTL autofocus reflex-type underwater camera in January, 1992. It is not just another Nikonos, but can be considered as an entirely new breed of underwater camera as it embodied with almost similar performance of a top grade land-based SLR type and made handling photography underwater easily and assuring as with any of the normal Nikon SLRs. Lees verder

Nikon Superzoom 8

*** SOLD *** Nikon Superzoom 8  s/n 580176. Lees verder

Nikon FM

*** SOLD ***   Nikon FM  s/n 2101313 Dummy   The FM was one of two compact SLRs introduced by Nikon to compete in the consumer category of SLR systems with the Olympus OM line of cameras. The FM model was a fully mechanical body, with a TTL center-weighted gallium arsenide phosphide photodiode light meter that used Nikon's now-classic 60/40 percent center-weighted metering pattern. The auto-exposure counterpart to the FM was the FE, which had a match-needle light metering system,and a very accurate electronically-timed shutter that allowed either aperture-priority automatic operation,or manually adjusted match-needle exposure metering. Nikon, in introducing the FM, was responding to customer interest in a full-featured but compact SLR system. Lees verder

Nikonos Flash (old models)

*** SOLD *** Nikonos Flash (old models). Lees verder

Nikon FM

*** SOLD *** Nikon FM  s/n 2103469 Dummy   The FM was one of two compact SLRs introduced by Nikon to compete in the consumer category of SLR systems with the Olympus OM line of cameras. The FM model was a fully mechanical body, with a TTL center-weighted gallium arsenide phosphide photodiode light meter that used Nikon's now-classic 60/40 percent center-weighted metering pattern. The auto-exposure counterpart to the FM was the FE, which had a match-needle light metering system,and a very accurate electronically-timed shutter that allowed either aperture-priority automatic operation,or manually adjusted match-needle exposure metering. Nikon, in introducing the FM, was responding to customer interest in a full-featured but compact SLR system. Lees verder

Nikon F90

*** SOLD *** Nikon F90 Dummy   The Nikon F90 (known as the N90 in the United States) is a 35mm SLR camera manufactured between 1992 and 2001 and replaced the earlier Nikon F801 (N8008 in the U. S. ). At the time of its release it was noted for its fast autofocus speed compared to previous Nikon models, which had lagged behind competitor Canon's. Lees verder

Nikon F90

*** SOLD *** Nikon F90 Dummy   The Nikon F90 (known as the N90 in the United States) is a 35mm SLR camera manufactured between 1992 and 2001 and replaced the earlier Nikon F801 (N8008 in the U. S. ). At the time of its release it was noted for its fast autofocus speed compared to previous Nikon models, which had lagged behind competitor Canon's. Lees verder

Nikon F501

*** SOLD *** Nikon F501 Dummy. Lees verder

Nikon F-501

*** SOLD *** Nikon F-501  s/n 5101002 Dummy. Lees verder

Nikon VN 810

*** SOLD *** Nikon VN 810  s/n E8HC01212. Lees verder

Nikon R10 Super Zoom

*** SOLD *** Nikon R10 Super Zoom  s/n 791739. Lees verder

Nikon Superzoom

*** SOLD *** Nikon Superzoom  s/n 567400. Lees verder

Nikkorex Zoom 8

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex Zoom 8  s/n 192403. Lees verder

Nikkorex 8F

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex 8F  s/n 38186. Lees verder

Nikkorex 8

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex 8  s/n 46198. Lees verder

Nikon MF-15 Databack

*** SOLD *** Nikon MF-15 Databack  s/n 329438. Lees verder

Nikon DS-1 Apperture Control Unit

*** SOLD *** Nikon DS-1 Apperture Control Unit  s/n 600157. Lees verder

Victorinox knife "Nikon"

*** SOLD *** Victorinox knife "Nikon". Lees verder

Nikon MF-20 databack

*** SOLD *** Nikon MF-20 databack. Lees verder

Nikon DP-2 Photomic Finder

*** SOLD *** Nikon DP-2 Photomic Finder  s/n 548724   Designed to fit any Nikon F2 camera, the Photomic Finder DP-2 incorporates a precise center-weighted CdS exposure metering system coupled to the lens-aperture and shutter-speed controls. Instead of the older way of meter needle display system, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in the viewfinder glow bright red in two signal lights to indicate correct exposure. The signal lights are also visible on top of the finder. Besides providing easy-to-see metering information even in poor light, the finder extends meter sensitivity down to EV -2 (8 seconds at f/1. Lees verder

Nikon Exposure Meter

*** SOLD *** Nikon Exposure Meter  s/n 194584. Lees verder

Nikon BC-7

*** SOLD *** Nikon BC-7  flash for bulbs   One of the two original dedicated flash designed for the Nikon F (Another being the Nikon handle-mount Speedlight Unit). Compact and cordless flash unit which fits directly onto the Nikon F. A standard 15V battery is used. Synchronizing cord terminal is fitted to facilitate the use of an extension flash. Lees verder

Nikon Flash Unit for bulbs, revolving.

*** SOLD *** Nikon Flash Unit for bulbs, revolving. . Lees verder

Nikon Flash Unit for bulbs

*** SOLD *** Nikon Flash Unit for bulbs. Lees verder

Nikon Nuvis

*** SOLD *** Nikon Nuvis, display stand, strap, soft pouch. . Lees verder

Nikon D100 Sample

*** SOLD *** Nikon D100 Sample  s/n 122. Lees verder

Nikon 80-200 Candle

*** SOLD *** Nikon 80-200 Candle. Lees verder

Nikon F4 Cut Away

*** SOLD *** Nikon F4 Cut Away  . Lees verder

Nikon Action 7x50 6.4"

*** SOLD *** Nikon Action 7x50 6. 4"  s/n 300011. Lees verder

Nikon Speedlite SB-11

*** SOLD *** Nikon Speedlite SB-11   The SB-11 was one of the two early flash unit with TTL flash control capability. The portable SB-12 is designed for general usage while the SB-11 is a dedicated handle flash for professional applications. It is big and bulky but it was the most powerful flash unit guide number of 36 (ASA 100, ft) Nikon has produced for their manual focus SLR cameras during the eighties. IMPORTANT NOTES When using SB-11 with AF Nikon SLRs: Multi-sensor balanced fill flash is possible with handle flash SB-11 and SB-14. Lees verder

Nikon VN-7200

*** SOLD *** Nikon VN-7200  s/n 2100342. Lees verder

Nikon 28-100mm

*** SOLD *** Nikon 28-100mm/3. 5-5. 6 G Silver  s/n 2212744. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix SQ

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix SQ  s/n 3203516. Lees verder

Zoom-Nikkor*ED 80-200mm/2.8

*** SOLD *** Zoom-Nikkor*ED 80-200mm/2. 8  s/n 181568. Lees verder

Nikkor ED 300mm/2.0

Nikkor ED 300mm/2. 0  s/n 182291. Lees verder

Nikkor 6mm

Nikkor Fish Eye 6mm  s/n 628003 Lens case. . Lees verder

Nikkor 8mm

*** SOLD *** Nikkor Fish Eye 8mm/2. 8  s/n 240504. Lees verder

Nikon FG

*** SOLD *** Nikon FG 20  s/n 3003696 Nikon E-series 100mm/2. 8  s/n 1848233 Motor Drive MD-14   Nikon FG was introduced 4 years after super compact Nikon EM in 1979. There were many innovation and sophisticated improvement incorporated within the identical size camera body. It was Nikon's first multimode AE camera. Lees verder

Nikon FM 10

*** SOLD *** Nikon FM 10  s/n 2036572 Zoom-Nikkor 35-70mm/3. 5-4. 8  s/n 5036572   The Nikon FM10 is a manual focus 35 mm film camera sold by Nikon Corporation. It is of SLR design and was first available in 1995. Lees verder

Nikon EM

*** SOLD *** Nikon EM  s/n 7353946 Nikon E-series 50mm/1. 8  s/n 1173763 Motor Drive MD-14   The Nikon EM is a beginner’s level, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, single lens reflex (SLR) camera. It was manufactured by Nippon Kogaku K. K. Lees verder

Nikkormat EL

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat EL  s/n 5127985 Nikkor-S 50mm/1. 4  s/n 1169366   The EL is the first Nikon that incorporated an electronically controlled vertical travel shutter. The shutter speed dial was moved to the camera top panel. Stepless shutter speeds from 4 sec to 1/1000 sec. Lees verder

Nikon 801

*** SOLD *** Nikon 801  s/n 2000025 AF-Nikkor 35-70mm/3. 5-4. 8  s/n 5036572   The Nikon F-801 (sold as the N8008 in the US market) is a 35mm SLR of the late 1980s, and one of the first Nikon cameras with autofocus. Although its autofocus mechanism is slow in comparison to modern standards, it was an improvement on Nikon's first attempt at an autofocus SLR - the F-501 (N2020 in North America), and proved to be typically Nikon in its reliability and durability. Lees verder

Nikon FA "P.v.V."

*** SOLD *** Nikon FA "P. v. V. "  s/n 5153111 Nikkor 135mm/2. Lees verder

Nikkormat FT2

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat FT2  s/n 5044887 Nikkor-Q Auto 135mm/3. 5  s/n 915215 Nikon Flash SB-3   The Nikkormat FT2 offers a high quality performance and durability common to many older Nikon cameras, but with the basic simplicity of design that has made the Nikkormat camera popular with amateur and professional alike. Introduced in 1975. In many areas, the Nikkormat FT-2 closely resembles earlier model, the Nikkormat FTn but it has an additional accessory shoe contact which permits the use for of direct shoe mount flash apart from a single screw-threaded 3 mm (PC) flash contact at the left hand side of the body. Lees verder

Nikon FE

*** SOLD *** Nikon FE  s/n 3357706 Nikkor 135mm/3. 5  s/n 249972   The Nikon FE is an advanced semi-professional level, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. It was manufactured by Nikon in Japan from 1978 to 1983, and was available new from dealer stock until circa 1984. The FE uses a metal-bladed, vertical travel focal plane shutter with a speed range of 8 to 1/1000 second, plus Bulb, and flash X-sync of 1/125th second. Lees verder

Nikon EL2

*** SOLD *** Nikon EL2  s/n 7928176 AW-1 Winder  s/n 546196   The Nikon EL2 was manufactured from 1977 to 1978. The EL2 was essentially identical to the ELW except that it used instant response silicon photodiode light meter sensors and supported Nikkor lenses with the new Automatic Indexing (AI) feature. In a much more important change, the EL2 abandoned the Nikkormat name, which placed the cameras at a disadvantage compared to the much better known 'Nikon' nameplate. The camera was replaced after a year of production by the Nikon FE. Lees verder

Nikkormat FT3

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat FT3  s/n 6019283 Zoon-Nikkor 50-135mm/3. 5  s/n 816494    The Nikkormat FT3, manufactured for only several months in 1977 (but still available new from dealer stock in 1978), had the shortest production run of any Nippon Kogaku SLR. The FT3 was essentially identical to the FT2 except that it supported Nikkor lenses with the Automatic Indexing (AI) feature (introduced 1977). AI Nikkor lenses had an external "meter coupling ridge" cam on the lens aperture ring that pushed on an external "meter coupling lever" on a ring surrounding the FT3's lens mount flange to transfer lens set aperture information. Lees verder

Nikon FM

*** SOLD *** Nikon FM  s/n 3023790 Nikon E-series 36-72mm/3. 5  s/n 1812891. Lees verder

Nikon F90X

*** SOLD *** Nikon F90X  s/n 2591010 Nikon MB-10  s/n 319285. Lees verder

Nikkorex

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex  s/n 80734 Nikkor-Q 50mm2. 5   The Nikon Nikkorex 35 was a 35mm leaf shutter SLR released in 1960. After the Contaflex (SLR), launched in 1953, there was a trend of leaf shutter SLR's for the medium price range. At the beginning of the 1960s, many Japanese makers made their own leaf shutter SLR, but none of them was very reliable, the Nikkorex 35 being no exception. Lees verder

Nikkorex Lichtmeter

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex  Lichtmeter  s/n 783743. Lees verder

Nikkorex

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex  s/n 177462 Nikkor-Q 50mm/2. 5  s/n 366584. Lees verder

Nikkorex

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex  s/n 77168 Nikkor-Q 50mm/2. 5  s/n 162685. Lees verder

Nikkorex F

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex F  s/n 385209   The brand name "NIKKOREX" was used for 8 mm movie cameras as well as three lens-shutter type SLR cameras (NIKKOREX 35, 35 II and NIKKOREX Zoom35). Among these "NIKKOREX" cameras, the top-of-the-line model was the NIKKOREX F which was a focal plane shutter SLR camera that has the same bayonet lens mount as the Nikon F.   This NIKKOREX F first appeared in June of 1962 at a price of 39,800- Japanese yen, including 50mm f/2 lens. Another camera of the day, the Asahi Pentax S3, for example, sold for 34,100- Japanese yen, including 55mm f/1. Lees verder

Nikkorex-Zoom 35

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex-Zoom 35  s/n 272078 Zoom-Nikkor 43-86mm   The Nikon Nikkorex Zoom 35, introduced in 1963, was based on the Nikkorex 35|2 with a fixed Zoom Nikkor Auto 43-86mm f/3. 5 zoom lens. In some way, it was an ancestor of the bridge cameras. This lens was later released in Nikon F mount. Lees verder

Nikkorex F

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex F  s/n 406299 Nikkor-S 50mm/2. 0  s/n 573722 Nikkorex Lichtmeter  s/n 716622   The brand name "NIKKOREX" was used for 8 mm movie cameras as well as three lens-shutter type SLR cameras (NIKKOREX 35, 35 II and NIKKOREX Zoom35). Among these "NIKKOREX" cameras, the top-of-the-line model was the NIKKOREX F which was a focal plane shutter SLR camera that has the same bayonet lens mount as the Nikon F.   This NIKKOREX F first appeared in June of 1962 at a price of 39,800- Japanese yen, including 50mm f/2 lens. Lees verder

Nikkorex Auto 35

*** SOLD *** Nikkorex Auto 35  s/n 387433 Nikkor-H 43mm/1. 2  s/n 687092. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 900

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 900  s/n . . . . Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 300

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 300  s/n 215011. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 700

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 700  s/n 401076. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 100

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 100  s/n 0. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 900

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 900  s/n 402975. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 950

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 950  s/n 400331. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 995

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 995  s/n 4001858   The Nikon Coolpix 995 was announced on April 25, 2001 to supersede the Coolpix 990 in the Nikon Coolpix series. Similar in appearance to the 990, changes include a switch to a high-impact plastic case for the lens half of the swivel body, a pop-up flash to reduce red-eye by moving the bulb away from the lens, an increase in zoom capability to 4x, CompactFlash Type II compatibility and use of the EN-EL1 rechargeable Li-Ion battery in place of the previous four AA batteries. [1]   The Coolpix 9xx series of cameras is noteworthy for the swivel style body. This allowed the user to rotate the lens with respect to the LCD screen and controls providing comfortable viewing in a wide range of shooting positions. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 600

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 600  s/n e8sa10228. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 800

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 800  s/n 811373. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 2500

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 2500  s/n 4233283   The Coolpix 2500 employs a unique, inner-swiveling 3x 37-111mm (35mm equivalent) Zoom- Nikkor lens that can even be turned around 180° for self-portraits. The stylish and ultra-compact body measures a mere 4. 5 x 2. 3 x 1. Lees verder

Nikon Coolpix 2500

*** SOLD *** Nikon Coolpix 2500  s/n 4222140   The Coolpix 2500 employs a unique, inner-swiveling 3x 37-111mm (35mm equivalent) Zoom- Nikkor lens that can even be turned around 180° for self-portraits. The stylish and ultra-compact body measures a mere 4. 5 x 2. 3 x 1. Lees verder

Nikon 35 Ti Smokesilver

*** SOLD *** Nikon 35 Ti Smokesilver  s/n 5001039   The Nikon 35Ti Quartz Date compact camera was introduced back in 1993. This superbly crafted compact camera was designed not only to deliver automatic, masterful simplicity of operation but also to enable a photographer to apply creative techniques to your photography. This camera (along with the companion, Nikon 28Ti Quartz Date model introduced a year later in 1994) was indeed different from the many Nikon compact models introduced before them and they were built with uncompromising performance and quality hardly found in any compact cameras prior to them. Although they may not be regarded as the world's best compact autofocus cameras because such a remark can be interpreted based on personal preferences. Lees verder

Nikon 28 Ti Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon 28 Ti  Black  s/n 5001015. Lees verder

Nikon TW Zoom 35-80

*** SOLD *** Nikon TW Zoom 35-80  s/n 3025497   This immensely popular Nikon TW Zoom 35-80 model which was given a lens update back in 1988 (Nikon 35~80mm f/3. 5~f/7. 8 from earlier 35-70mm) was being upgraded again in 1991. Nothing changed much in its basic configuration except the camera now was incorporated with a built-in dioptre adjustment. Lees verder

Nikon L35 TW AD

*** SOLD *** Nikon L35 TW AD  s/n 3008332. Lees verder

Nikon TW2

*** SOLD *** Nikon TW2  s/n 7000873   Barely a year after the commercially less successful original TW series, the Nikon TW2 came with a revised design. The heavy plastic casing of the original model was less apparent which made Interest of the consumers back again to take a look at this new Nikon compact. After all, P&S with a zoom was a new thing during that time. The zoom lens supplied with this camera was quite similar to the earlier mode, 35-70mm f/3. Lees verder

Nikon L35 AW AF Orange

*** SOLD *** Nikon L35 AW AF Orange  s/n 2064803   A masterly stroke by some genius at Nikon Japan has enabled Nikon's first underwater P&S compact camera to be realized in 1986. This all-weather (AW) Nikon L35AW AF compact has a sleek, colourful & stylish look. Basically, it was a combination in using the popular L35 AF compact with Nikon's experience in developing underwater cameras to enable this P&S compact to take pictures up to approx. 3m underwater. Lees verder

Nikon L 35 AF2

*** SOLD *** Nikon L 35 AF2  s/n 6102629   The Nikon L35AF-2 QD was an upgrade from the original Nikon AF L35. It has its distinctive texture on the grip as well as the front section which can be easily distinguished from the original L35AF. Personally it was not as elegant but the feature list of automatic function has increased to 11. The lense used was still a Nikon 35mm f/2. Lees verder

Nikon L 35 AF

*** SOLD *** Nikon L 35 AF  s/n 0000650. Lees verder

Nikon L 35 AF

*** SOLD *** Nikon L 35 AF  s/n 0. Lees verder

Nikon L35 AW AF

*** SOLD *** Nikon L35 AW AF  s/n 2000045. Lees verder

Nikon L 135AF

*** SOLD *** Nikon L 135AF  s/n 2408420   The Nikon L135AF was the second mass production Nikon compact model. It has a differed appearance from the earlier hot selling Nikon AFL35(QD). The flash, all black model was longer in length and the ASA is a witch type. The lens came with the camera was also a fixed type Nikon 35mm f/3. Lees verder

Nikon EF 100

*** SOLD *** Nikon EF-100  s/n 4942683. Lees verder

Nikon FTN Chrome

*** SOLD *** Nikon FTN Chrome  s/n 4558445 Nikkor 50mm/2. 0  s/n 3245353   In 1967 Nikon updated the FT with the FTN, which improved the metering with center-weighting and made it a bit easier to tell the camera what the lens's smallest and largest apertures were. (After mounting the lens, you twisted the aperture ring to its extremes; the FT used a more awkward method. ) You can easily distinguish an FTN by the N that appears on the top: The FTN was hugely successful: Over a million were sold in nine years before it was replaced by the FT2. Lees verder

Nikon FTN Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon FTN Black  s/n 3757490 Nikkor 50mm/2. 0  s/n 3511476   In 1967 Nikon updated the FT with the FTN, which improved the metering with center-weighting and made it a bit easier to tell the camera what the lens's smallest and largest apertures were. (After mounting the lens, you twisted the aperture ring to its extremes; the FT used a more awkward method. ) You can easily distinguish an FTN by the N that appears on the top: The FTN was hugely successful: Over a million were sold in nine years before it was replaced by the FT2. Lees verder

Nikkormat FS

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat FS  s/n 7404129 Micro-Nikkor 55mm/3,5  s/n 172105   The Nikkormat FS, manufactured from 1965 to 1971, was a bargain FT stripped of the built-in light meter with its exposure information system and the mirror lockup feature. The FS was unpopular when new because of the lack of a built-in meter, but this makes it rarer and more valuable than the FTs to collectors today. . Lees verder

Nikkormat FT

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat FT  s/n 3186511 Nikkor-S. C Auto 55mm/1. 2  s/n 252103   The 1965 Nikkormat FT was Nikon's second attempt at a less-expensive body that could take F lenses; the first was the 1962 Nikkorex F.   The Nikkormat FT was priced at $270 with an f2 lens, which was around $70 less than a Nikon F with the same lens. Lees verder

Nikkormat FT

*** SOLD *** Nikkormat FT  s/n  3188753 Nikkor-N 50mm/2. 0  s/n 888252   The 1965 Nikkormat FT was Nikon's second attempt at a less-expensive body that could take F lenses; the first was the 1962 Nikkorex F.   The Nikkormat FT was priced at $270 with an f2 lens, which was around $70 less than a Nikon F with the same lens. (Today $70 doesn't seem like much, but it was equivalent to about $480 in 2009 dollars. Lees verder

Nikon F Phot

*** SOLD *** Nikon F Phot  s/n 7363720 Nikkor 180mm/2. 8  s/n 372646   Nikon's first Photomic metered finder for the F. Viewfinder includes a built in external Cds cells exposure meter coupled to the lens aperture and shutter speed with a metering sensitivity from EV2-EV17. The power still uses the (unpopular now) mercury cells. Lees verder

Nikon F

*** SOLD *** Nikon F  s/n 6997929 Nikkor-S Auto 50mm/1. 4  s/n 541161 Balg F  Speed Back F. Lees verder

Nikon F2 Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 Black  s/n F7954641 Fisheye-Nikkor 8mm/8. 0  s/n 89276 Nikkor*ED 200mm/2. 0  s/n 177329. Lees verder

Nikon F2 Chrome

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 Chrome  s/n 7399584 Nikkor-Zoomlens Serie E 70-150mm/3,5  s/n 1859795. Lees verder

Nikon F3AF

*** SOLD *** Nikon F3AF  s/n 8300085 AF-Nikkor 80mm/2,8  s/n 182044 AF-Nikkor*ED 200/3,5  s/n 182083 AF Finder DX-1   By the early 80's, the F3 series established itself as the mainstream press photographers pet. Many say that the F3 series was the last 'real' press camera that Nikon made before competition from Canon set in, in the late 1980's. The F3AF was launched in April, 1983 amidst rising pressure to create an AF SLR. Being a professionally orientated camera, the F3AF is a landmark camera from Nikon. Lees verder

Nikon F2 H-MD

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 H-MD  s/n 7850072 Nikon MD-100 MB-100. Lees verder

Nikon Cut Away Collection

*** SOLD *** Nikon Cut Away Collection: Nikon body Nikon Lens Reflex-Nikkor C500mm/8. 0 Zoom Nikkor E75-150mm/3,5 Nikkor-PC 28mm/3,5 Nikon FM2 1/4000sec Shutter Speed+1/200sec X-sync. . Lees verder

Nikon MF-11 250

*** SOLD *** Nikon Data Back 250 MF-11  s/n 306102   In principle, the MF-11 Data back for F2 Data is very similar in nature with MF-17 designed for the electronic Nikon F3. The MF-17 allows you to imprint data on film with up to 250 sequential shots via operation with Magazine Back MF-4 (included) and optional Motor Drive MD-4.  Three simultaneous selections are possible: year/month/day hour/minutes/seconds and handwritten display data like F2 Data Camera Set. MC-15 cord included. Lees verder

Nikon F

*** SOLD *** Nikon F  s/n 7183868 Nikkor-O 21mm/4,0  s/n 220239 Viewfinder 21mm Motor Winder Grip Quick Charger MH-1   The Nikon F was Nikon's first SLR, and the world first universally adopted 35mm SLR. It is the same as the 1956 Nikon SP rangefinder camera with a prism grafted on top. Interchangeable prisms are actually because the Nikon was first designed as a rangefinder, not because the world ever needed interchangeable prisms.   While there were German SLRs decades earlier, the Nikon F was the worlds first SLR system that was practical enough to become popular everywhere. Lees verder

Nikon "Guus de Jong"

Nikon "Guus de Jong"  s/n 7289894 Nikkor-H. C 50mm/2. 0  s/n 2211718 Viewfinder Motor Winder. Lees verder

Nikon F2 Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 Black  s/n 7338006 Nikkor-H Auto 85mm/1. /  s/n 268633 Nikon MD-1  s/n 207329   The Nikon F2 professional camera was introduced in 1971 by Japan's premier camera and lens maker, Nippon Kogaku KK, as the successor to the famous Nikon F, which by then was growing long in the tooth. The F2 was discontinued in 1980, when it was replaced by the F3, the first battery dependent Nikon professional camera and the first to offer aperture priority automatic exposure. The F3 was also the last Nikon fitted with a titanium curtain, horizontal focal plane shutter of the type used by the F and F2. Lees verder

Nikon F2 Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 Black  s/n 7775516 Zoom Nikkor 28-45mm/4. 5  s/n 175671 Nikon MD-2  s/n 452263 Nikon MB-1   The Nikon F2 professional camera was introduced in 1971 by Japan's premier camera and lens maker, Nippon Kogaku KK, as the successor to the famous Nikon F, which by then was growing long in the tooth. The F2 was discontinued in 1980, when it was replaced by the F3, the first battery dependent Nikon professional camera and the first to offer aperture priority automatic exposure. The F3 was also the last Nikon fitted with a titanium curtain, horizontal focal plane shutter of the type used by the F and F2. Lees verder

Nikon F2 Black

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2 Black  s/n 7465754 Nikkor 50mm/1. 4  s/n 4142918 Nikon MD-3 Viewfinder MB-2   The Nikon F2 professional camera was introduced in 1971 by Japan's premier camera and lens maker, Nippon Kogaku KK, as the successor to the famous Nikon F, which by then was growing long in the tooth. The F2 was discontinued in 1980, when it was replaced by the F3, the first battery dependent Nikon professional camera and the first to offer aperture priority automatic exposure. The F3 was also the last Nikon fitted with a titanium curtain, horizontal focal plane shutter of the type used by the F and F2. Lees verder

Nikon F2 "Dummy"

*** SOLD *** Nikon F2  "Dummy"   s/n 7103420. Lees verder

Nikon FA

*** SOLD *** Nikon FA  s/n 5019642 Medical-Nikkor Auto 200mm/5. 6  s/n 121295 Nikkor AC Unit LA-1   Nikon has long been portrayed as a conservative company, despite the fact that it has had a long and clear leadership in the professional camera market since the introduction of the Nikon F in 1959. When the Nikon FA was introduced in 1983, (along with the Nikon FE2 and FM2n) it raised the corporate image as it was truly a revolutionary camera. It will be most remembered for it's innovative metering system - an early testbed for the current and much copied 'Matrix Metering' system commonly found in many Nikon AF cameras as well as those of competitors. Lees verder

Nikon F3H

*** SOLD *** Nikon F3H  s/n H9600038   Nikon F3 High Speed: Although referred to as the F3 High Speed, it was made for the 1998 Nagano Olympics. The F3 was first introduced in 1980. For years it was said the electronic F3 shutter was not rugged enough for a High Speed version, keeping F2 High Speed prices up due to user demand.    Nikon finally made the F3 High Speed --AFTER the F5 was introduced! Top speed is 13. Lees verder

Nikkormat EL

*** SOLD *** Nikon Nikkormat EL  s/n 5231752 Fisheye-Nikkor 16mm/3. 5  s/n 272367 AF Teleconverter TC-16A 1,6x   The EL is the first Nikon that incorporated an electronically controlled vertical travel shutter. The shutter speed dial was moved to the camera top panel. Stepless shutter speeds from 4 sec to 1/1000 sec. Lees verder

Nikon E3s body

*** SOLD *** Nikon E3s body  s/n 8300060   Nikon announced the Nikon E3 in 1998 but officially, it was available in December, 1999 - just a few months after the Company announced the long awaited Nikon D-1 Digital Still SLR camera. As most observers in the market made general assumption that the birth of the E3 may also signified the end of the E-Series Digital bodies - this was hardly surprising as basically the E-series has a few handicaps in its basic design and the call for a conventional SLR-type design was more desirable than the bulky dimension of the series.   The E3 series - comprised of Nikon E3 and E3s - was the 3rd model from the co-development effort between Fuji Film (sold as "Fujix" Or "Fuji DS- Series) by latter). It uses the Reduction Optical System "ROS" which enables Nikkor lenses to capture "virtually" identical "full frame" picture angles and aspect ratios as they do when mounted on conventional film cameras, even with wideangles and fisheye lenses. Lees verder

Nikon E2Ns

*** SOLD *** Nikon E2Ns  s/n 7200016 AF-Nikkor 50mm/1. 8. Lees verder

Nikon QT-1 Still Video set

Body QV 1000C ED QV Nikkor 11-120mm/2. 0 Floppy Disk Eraser F-mount adapter QM-100 DC-battery Charger QS-100 Still Video Transmitter QV-1010T Battery Pack BP-300   Nikon QV-1000C was Nikon's first filmless camera, announced on August 26, 1988. The QV-1000C is an analog black and white still video camera with a 380. 000 pixel CCD sensor. Lees verder

Nikon F3T

*** SOLD *** Nikon F3/T (s/n 8207055 ) The Nikon F3/T is a special version of the Nikon F3 High-Eyepoint camera, uses titanium for its right and left top covers, base plate, camera back, and the pentaprism cover of the viewfinder. Unlike normal chrome camera bodies, the F3/Ts finish is the original titanium metal colour (Applied only to the Champaign finish model). Titanium is one of the world's strongest, yet lightest materials; its specific gravity is approximately half that of brass, yet its hardness is almost the same as steel, while its corrosion resistance is greater than that of stainless steel. However, titanium is a very difficult material to process and shape due to its metal properties. Lees verder

Nikon F5

*** SOLD *** 50th Anniversary Model of Nikon F5 In 1998, two years after the introduction of F5, we at Nikon marked the 50th anniversary of our camera production from the first release of Nikon I in 1948. In commemoration of this, Nikon decided to offer the 50th Anniversary Model, which was designed based on the F5 with changes in the color of the upper body cover and body cap to a sober dark silver color, and the rubber of the oval section of the grip to a dark gray, adding a quality appearance to the camera. On the front of the viewfinder was inscribed the same Nikon logo as adopted in Nikon I, and the back of body was marked with the former company marking of Nippon Kogaku K. K. Lees verder

Nikon FA "Gold"

*** SOLD *** Nikon FA  "Gold" s/n 2002641 Nikkor 50mm/1. 4  s/n 5509780   Nikon FA Gold, Camera Gran Prix 1984, 24K Gold Nikon was justifiably very proud of their FA,  the first camera to use computerized multi-segment metering.   I am fairly sure the Gold FA is only the second Gold Nikon, after the Gold FM.   It was the first Gold Nikon offered for sale to the public, commemorating  winning the European camera of the Year award for 1984. Lees verder

Nikon FM "Gold"

*** SOLD *** Nikon FM  "Gold" s/n 029LX Nikkor 50mm/1. 4  s/n 60029   This is a very rare camera, so rare that it is seldom listed or seen even in Nikon collector's books.       These were made to commemorate Nikon's 60th Anniversary and the introduction of Nikon's first compact camera in 1976.   They were never sold to the public, being given to VIPs and being used for displays. Lees verder

Nikon SP

*** SOLD *** Nikon SP  s/n 6205731 Nikkor-N 50mm/1. 1 Lichtmeter. Lees verder

Nikon S4

*** SOLD *** Nikon S4  s/n 6501161 Nikkor-P. C 105mm/2. 5  s/n 812840   Many long time Nikon collectors have never seen an S4, much less owned it.   The S4 is one of the hardest to find Nikon Rangefinders -- it was never officially exported out of Japan. Lees verder

Nikon S3

*** SOLD *** Nikon S3  s/n 6309603 Nikkor-S. C 85mm/1. 5  s/n 265624. Lees verder

Nikon S3

*** SOLD *** Nikon S3  s/n 6303404 W-Nikkor 35mm/1. 8  s/n 359438 Varifocus   The Nikon S3 is a professional level, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, rangefinder camera introduced in 1958. It was manufactured by the Japanese optics company Nippon Kogaku K. K. Lees verder

Nikon SP

*** SOLD *** Nikon SP  s/n 6218871 Nikkor-H 50mm/2. 0  s/n 754940   A professional quality rangefinder camera based on the S2. Also the first within the Nikon line to use a Titanium shutter curtain (Early batches of Nikon SP's 14,000 had cloth shutters) as well as a self timer. Switchable frame lines - Bright frame lines (colored) for lenses from 28mm to 135mm (50, 85, 105 & 135mm) and eliminates any need to use the zoom finder, Bright line Illuminator (AA battery powered) which illuminated projected frame lines in low light. Lees verder

Nikon S2

*** SOLD *** Nikon S2  s/n 6177700 W-Nikkor. C 28mm/3. 5  s/n 348690 Viewfinder 28mm   The S2 was introduced in 1955, a great advance over the Nikon S.    Even so,  the S2 was woefully behind the laden   featured Leica M3 introduced two years earlier. Lees verder

Nikon S2 "Black Dail"

*** SOLD *** Nikon S2  "Black Dail"  s/n 6192708 Nikkor-S 50mm/1. 4  s/n 399576. Lees verder

Nikon S

*** SOLD *** Nikon S  s/n 6113342 W-Nikkor. C 35mm/3. 5  s/n 440251. Lees verder

Nikon S

*** SOLD *** Nikon S  s/n 6101929 Nikkor-S 50mm/1. 4  s/n 411131. Lees verder

Nikon S

*** SOLD *** Nikon S  s/n 6095325 Nikkor-P C 85mm/2. 0  s/n 291704 Viewfinder 85mm   Still deployed with an old format of 24mm x 34mm but the the Nikon S was the first to incorporate a built-in flash sync contact via accessory shoe at the top panel. Some features were redesigned to improve handling. The 5cm f/1. Lees verder

Nikon M

*** SOLD *** Nikon M s/n 6091744 Nikkor Q. C 135mm/3,5  s/n 255001 Variframe Finder  s/n 364187   The second rangefinder focusing camera, while the format has shifted to a slightly larger format of 24mm x 34mm. Has a short run on production. Some Nikon historian stated production was probably began in 1949 but ended in December, 1950. Lees verder

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