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Nikon Film Camera History


nikon film camera history
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  • Photographic film is a sheet of plastic (polyester, nitrocellulose or cellulose acetate) coated with an emulsion containing light-sensitive silver halide salts (bonded by gelatin) with variable crystal sizes that determine the sensitivity, contrast and resolution of the film.
    history
  • The study of past events, particularly in human affairs
  • the aggregate of past events; "a critical time in the school's history"
  • a record or narrative description of past events; "a history of France"; "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"; "the story of exposure to lead"
  • the discipline that records and interprets past events involving human beings; "he teaches Medieval history"; "history takes the long view"
  • The past considered as a whole
  • The whole series of past events connected with someone or something
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  • Vibration Reduction. This is Nikon's nomenclature for a lens which has the ability to correct for "Camera Shake".
  • ' , also known as Nikon or Nikon Corp.''', is a multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan specializing in optics and imaging.
  • Bishop Nikon (Liolin) (born October 9, 1945, New York City) is an Albanian bishop who serves as the head of the Orthodox Church in America's Albanian Archdiocese and New England diocese.

Nikon F-801
Nikon F-801
my veteran camera, I used it for 14 years Manufactured by Nikon Corporation, Japan Model: c.1990, (produced between 1988-1991) 35mm film SLR camera, Integral-motor autofocus, and fully electronic / manual use BODY Lens release: button on the left side of the lens mount Focus modes: Autofocus and Manual with electronic rangefinder by the ring and scale window on the lens Autofocus modes: Single servo AF with focus priority and continous servo AF with release priority, selector on the left of the lens mount AF detection system: TTL phase detection system - Nikon Advanced AM200 module AF detection range: EV minus 1 to EV 19 at ISO 100. AF lock: Possible in single servo AF mode once a stationary subject is in focus as long as the shutter button is depressed; in continuous servo AF, button on the right lower side of the lens mount Electronic rangefinder: Available in manual focus mode with an AF Nikkor and other AI-type Nikkor lenses with a maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster Depth of Field preview button: on the right side of the lens mount Shutter: Electromagnetically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane metal shutter, speeds: 30 - 1/8000 +B, speed setting: automatic or manual by the dial on the top plate Shutter release: By motor trigger, automatic motor drive winding and cocking, knob on the hand-grip (battery chamber) of the camera Frame counter: Additive type, counts back while film is rewinding, auto-resets LCD panel information: Shutter speed, aperture, exposure mode, metering system, film speed, DX mark, electronic analogue display, exposure compensation mark, frame counter/self timer/multiple exposure, exposure compensation value, film advance mode, film loading, film rewind, self timer, panel on the right of the top plate Command input control dial: a thumb wheel, on the right of the top plate Viewfinder/LCD panel illumination: by pressing button on the back side of the top plate Viewfinder: Fixed eyelevel SLR pentaprism, high-eyepoint type, w/ Eyepiece hood Focusing Screen: Fixed Nikon advanced B-type Bright-View screen, interchangeable with E-type screen Viewfinder information: Focus indications, exposure mode, shutter speed/ISO, aperture/exposure compensation, electronic analogue display, exposure compensation mark and flash-ready are all shown in LCD readout, also shows flash recommended/ready light LEDs Exposure meter: Matrix metering, centre-weighted metering (75/25) and spot metering, selection button on the left of the top plate, Activates by lightly pressing the shutter release button, stays on for approx. 8 sec. after finger leaves button Film speed range: 6-6400 ASA, setting: DX code or by manual override, setting by the LCD display and the mode knob on the multi-settings dial on the left of the top plate Metering range: EV 0 to 21 Exposure modes: Fully Programmed auto-multi, shutter priority auto, aperture priority auto and manual, setting by the LCD display and the mode knob on the multi-settings dial on the left of the top plate Programmed auto exposure control: Both shutter speed and aperture are set automatically, 1 EV increments of aperture is possible Activated by lightly pressing the shutter release button, stays on for approx. 8 sec after finger leaves button Exposure compensation: within +/- 5 EV range in 1/3 EV steps, button on the front of the LCD display Auto exposure lock: By sliding the AE-L lever on the back side of the top plate, while the meter is on Multiple exposure button: the knob on the multi-settings dial on the left of the top plate coupled with rewind release button, up to 9 exposures can be set Film loading: Film automatically advances to first frame when shutter release button is depressed once Film advance: In single-frame shooting mode, film automatically advances one frame when shutter is released; in continuous high or continuous low shooting modes, shots are taken as long as shutter release button is depressed; high speed 3.3 fps; low 2.0 fps., setting by the LCD display and the mode knob on the multi-settings dial on the left of the top plate Film rewind: By simultaneously pressing buttons with red rewind markings in front of the LCD display and the knob on the multi-settings dial on the left of the top plate, rewind stops auotomatically when film is rewound Hot-shoe, Flash synch. X, 1/60 to 1/250 Self-timer: Electronically controlled; timer duration selectable from 2 to 30 seconds in one second increments, blinking red LED on the front of the hand grip, indicates self-timer operation, cancellable, button on the left of the top plate Remote control terminal: on the left-front side of the camera, w/ a lid Back cover: Hinged, interchangeable with Nikon Multi-Control Back MF-21 or World Time Data Back MF-20, w/ film cartridge confirmation window Tripod s
1960's Miranda Sensorex
1960's Miranda Sensorex
The Miranda Sensorex is a 35 mm SLR system film camera manufactured by Miranda. There are seven almost-the-same but distinct versions of Sensorex. There are two very peculiar features in Miranda: the interchangeable prism (the Nikon F was the only other camera at the time with this feature), and the front-mounted shutter release. Low noise shutter and vibration-free mirror mechanism. After removing the pentaprism, the camera is fully functional, can still meter and focus, especially handy for close-up work. Sensorex was the flagship model at that time. Miranda was apparently the first Japanese SLR manufacturer, and for a time, Miranda used to compete with Nikon and Topcon for build quality and optics. The Miranda was also sold as Soligor in Europe. The Miranda Camera Company, originally named the Orion Camera Company, manufactured cameras in Japan between 1955 and 1978. Their first camera was the Miranda T. Unlike many Japanese made cameras, Miranda did not make their own lenses and had to rely on other manufacturers to supply them. Many Miranda SLRs had advanced or sophisticated features for their day. Almost all Miranda SLR's shared the same basic lens mount, but the mount complexity increased over the years to accommodate more aperture and metering controls. Unable to keep up with the increasing manufacturing automation of the larger manufacturers, and the increasingly sophisticated electronics of competing cameras, Miranda ceased producing cameras. Miranda Sensorex Type 1 Data: Manufactured by Miranda Camera Co., Tokyo, Japan All Miranda Sensorex produced between 1966-1972 35 mm SLR film camera Lens: Auto Miranda 35mm f/2.8, in 5 groups 6 elements, fully automatic diaphragm coupled to TTL CdS exposure meter, w/ diaphragm setting and DOF preview levers, interchangeable, Standard lens is Auto Miranda 50mm f/1.9 Miranda bayonet mount, Aperture: f/1.9 - f/16, no click stops Focus range: 0.3-5m +inf. The lens mount also has 44mm inner screw for Miranda 44M or other screw mount lenses via adaptors Lens f number selector dial: settings between f/I.4 - f/8 , on left front side of the camera Lens release: While pressing the lens lock lever on the right side of the lens barrel, turn the lens counterclockwise l/8 of a full turn. When the red dot on the barrel stops at the red line on the camera body, the lens comes off easily. Focusing: by multi-microprism screen center, ring and scale on the lens, w /DOF scale Shutter: cloth, horizontal focal plane, speeds 1-1/1000 +B, red marking of flash sync.1/60 Film winding indicator (shutter cocking) Mirror: Instant return Viewfinder: SLR Pentaprism, interchangeable, (but not screen), no parallax (difference between the area covered by the viewfinder and by the taking lens) Viewfinder release: by small silver button on the back of the top plate, slide the knob to left and slide the finder to backwards Exposure meter: CdS meter, TTL, bottom-weighted average metering (eliminates the light-influence of the sky), fully open aperture light reading Exposure setting: firstly set the desired speed, set film ASA, set the lens selector dial for the lens on the camera, and turn on the meter switch, then turn the aperture ring until the needles (one is in open C shape) match in the viewfinder, (indeed these needles are on the screen) ASA setting: 25-1600, window on the speed dial; setting: by lifting and turning the outer ring On/Off switch: near the re-wind knob , On/Off indicator:, small window beside the "Battery" stamping, on the flash synchronizer selector ring on the bottom of the re-wind knob Flash PC socket: left side of the camera Flash synch: FP (flash bulbs focal plane) 8t; X 1/60t, setting via flash synchronizer selector ring, small window beside the "Flash" stamping, on the bottom of the re-wind knob Others: Self timer ; Tripod socket 1/4inch; Strap lugs; Back cover detachable Body: metal; Weight: 988g w/35mm lens Battery: only for lightmeter, Mercury 1.35v PX625, (accepts PX625A / LR9, but better is 1.35v Zinc/air)

nikon film camera history
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