- While I was surfing the eBay Finds section, I came across this listing of the first Nikon camera: Nikon I rangefinder with Nikkor H.C 50mm f/2 lens that is currently listed for $33k:
"Three of Japan's leading optical manufacturers merged to form a fully integrated optical company known as Nippon Kogaku K.K. with its head office located in Tokyo, Japan on 25th July ,1917. The name "Nikkor" was first used to identify its lenses in 1932. In 1948, the first Nikon camera was born, Nikon I, featured a focal plane shutter with rangefinder focusing and a smaller picture format of 24mm x 32mm. Nikon I, the first rangefinder camera, produced in 1948-1949, only 738 sets."
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- Sigma to announce new products on January 10th, 2012.
- Ahh, somebody finally did it: Nikon V1 + Nikkor 600mm f/4. But this is not all, here are some samples taken with the Nikon V1 + Teleconverter TC-20E + Nikkor 600mm f/4!