Where to find info regarding Nikon systems?


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tomshen

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

Darren

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

... gasp gasp choke choke cough cough ... :p muhahah too much :p

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.

;)

psstt.. wanna a good deal on a used Nikon F4s ... hardly used, slightly damaged with authentic bullet hole ... call me ...
 

tomshen

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Originally posted by azone
Tom! :eek: Dun tell me you're going to....... :D :devil:
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. :devil:

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.

Regards
CK1
 

Larry

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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.
 

Ian

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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.
 

tomshen

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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. :bsmilie:

Now, time to shoot fewer but read more.:)
 

tomshen

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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" :bsmilie:
 

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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. :bsmilie:

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.

Regards
CK
 

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