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    Default Where to find info regarding Nikon systems?

    Any links pls? I want to know the different among bodies/lenses. thx

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    Tom! Dun tell me you're going to.......

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    www.nikonlinks.com

    And the site which has tons of information esp. regarding old bodies/lenses:

    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...dels/index.htm


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    Come over to the Darker Side! muahahahah MuaHaHaHaHa MUAHAHAHA ...

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    Well, for starters:-

    http://www.nikonusa.com/
    http://www.nikon.com.sg/
    http://www.nikonlinks.com/
    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/photography.htm
    http://www.nikonians.org/

    And of course, the Nikon sub-forum right here on ClubSNAP.



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    Originally posted by azone
    Tom! Dun tell me you're going to.......
    Not changing system of course

    CK and Darren, thx! More links for medium format and range finders pls? I am now doing a literature review of cameras/lenses, hehe.

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    Originally posted by tomshen

    Not changing system of course

    CK and Darren, thx! More links for medium format and range finders pls? I am now doing a literature review of cameras/lenses, hehe.
    After you read, you'll want to change.

    I think the mir.com.my site should have some info about the Nikon rangefinders. AFAIK, there isn't Nikon medium formats, though I could be wrong.

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    Originally posted by tomshen

    Not changing system of course

    CK and Darren, thx! More links for medium format and range finders pls? I am now doing a literature review of cameras/lenses, hehe.
    cheeeeey... for a moment i thought tomshen was jumping the fence.

    anyway i agree with ckiang, don't think there's any nikon medium format AFAIK.

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    If I remember rightly Nikon did indeed plan and develop a Medium Format camera in the dim past (pre mid 50s from memory) but dumped the project.

    Nikon of course do have a significant presence in the Medium and Large format world with their MF/LF Nikkor lens range.
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    haha any prize for jumping ship?

    Well, according to the pace of digital photography, I might be retiring soon after a few years of massive shooting and then getting a RF to enjoy the rest of my life.

    Now, time to shoot fewer but read more.

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    Tom, thought that I was going to begin to like you more as a Dark Sider....tsssk! Tssk!

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    Originally posted by Dagger
    Tom, thought that I was going to begin to like you more as a Dark Sider....tsssk! Tssk!
    I'd love you if you pass your D1x to me as a gift for *jumping ship"

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    Originally posted by tomshen
    haha any prize for jumping ship?

    Well, according to the pace of digital photography, I might be retiring soon after a few years of massive shooting and then getting a RF to enjoy the rest of my life.

    Now, time to shoot fewer but read more.
    Forget RF lar. Get the Nikon FM3a. Excellent mechanical SLR camera. One of the few remaining fully mechanical SLRs around.

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    Gets the RF creme of the crops LEICA plus 50mm Noctilux ..............when you retired.
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    D100.................................yum yum

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    Originally posted by tomshen

    I'd love you if you pass your D1x to me as a gift for *jumping ship"

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