The Nikon Museum opens today in Japan

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The Nikon Museum opens today in Japan (located on the second floor of Nikon head office building in Shinagawa). Admission is free. Head over to DC.Watch for pictures from the opening and the exhibition:

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  • Davidvictormeldrew Idontbeliev

    Does the museum have any of Nikon Digital cameras there ?

    • You can go to any camera store – cameras would also be in a glass box display the difference is it has a price tag.

      • Nimloth

        Another difference, a nice one, is that you can just swipe the card and walk out of the store with the shiny stuff. 🙂

  • And I’m going next week to Tokyo and Osaka – Perfect!

    • share few pictures from the exhibition

      • Why not? Can’t promise though.

      • Fredrik Rosberg

        Will photography be permitted?

        • Spy Black

          It would be hilarious if not.

  • thorne

    Digital Nikon range finder please …

    • peter w

      Yeah, that thing, with a slightly more modern version of the 35 F1,8 lens (not bulky like the af-s FX), and 36 MP, shutter in lens. Focus peaking. That kind of stuff. Great. A new set of interchangeable lenses (starting with 24, 35, 50, 85) and an adapter for those that want to keep using F-lenses. Just do it.

  • SteveHood

    Have they added the Nikon 1 yet?

  • Richard Haw

    going there later

  • fjfjjj

    For decades, Nikon challenged assumptions about what was possible in cameras and lenses, and make products that transformed the public’s and industry’s notions. This museum shows it.

    We are waiting for your next move, Ushida-san!

  • ZoetMB

    From the photos on, it looks like there are ATMs that are selling products. Google translates the caption as “Nikon original goods can be bought on touch screen devices. Take it to the information counter out vouchers.”

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