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Nikon FE2
Nikon FE2
Nikon FE2 Front View with Motor Drive Features The FE2 accepts all lenses with the Nikon F bayonet mount (introduced in 1959) supporting the Automatic Indexing (AI) feature (introduced in 1977). The contemporary Nikon made AI lenses were the Nikkor AI-S, Nikkor AI and Nikon Series E types. During the early 1980s, Nippon Kogaku manufactured approximately 70 Nikkor AI-S and Nikon Series E branded lenses. They ranged from a Fisheye-Nikkor 6 mm f/2.8 220? circular fisheye to a Reflex-Nikkor 2000 mm f/11 super telephoto. The AF-S Nikkor, AF-I Nikkor, AF Nikkor D and AF Nikkor autofocus lenses are also AI types. Nikon’s most recent 35 mm film SLR lenses, the AF Nikkor G type (introduced in 2000) lacking an aperture control ring; and the AF Nikkor DX type (2003) with image circles sized for Nikon's digital SLRs will mount, but will not function properly. IX Nikkor lenses (1996), for Nikon's Advanced Photo System (APS) film SLRs, must not be mounted, as their rear elements will intrude far enough into the mirror box to cause damage. Accessories for the FE2 included the Nikon MD-12 motor drive (automatic film advance up to 3.2 frames per second), the Nikon MF-16 databack (sequential numbering, time or date stamping on the film), and the Nikon SB-15 (guide number 82/25 (feet/meters) at ASA/ISO 100) and Nikon SB-16B (guide number 105/32 (feet/meters) at ASA/ISO 100) electronic flashes. The FE2 is a battery powered (two S76 or A76, or one 1/3N) electromechanically controlled manual focus SLR with manual exposure control or aperture priority autoexposure. It has a match-needle exposure control system using two needles pointing along a vertical shutter speed scale on the left side of the viewfinder to indicate the readings of the built-in 60/40 percent centerweighted light meter versus the actual camera settings. This system can be traced back to the Nikkormat EL (in the USA/Canada; Nikomat EL, rest of the world) of 1972 and continued until 2006 with the Nikon FM3A. The viewfinder also has an interchangeable Type K2 focusing screen with Nikon's standard 3 mm split image rangefinder and 1 mm microprism collar focusing aids plus 12 mm etched circle indicating the area of the meter centerweighting. The major improvements in the FE2 compared to the FE are silicon photodiode light meter sensors, internal printed circuit electronics, provision for through-the-lens (TTL) off-the-film (OTF) electronic flash automation (essentially identical to the system introduced in the Nikon FG in 1982) and a quartz oscillator timed, bearing-mounted, titanium-bladed shutter reaching an ultra-fast top speed of 1/4000th second (plus world's fastest X-sync to 1/250th second). This design is an improved electronically-controlled version of the mechanical shutter introduced in the Nikon FM2, with eight honeycomb-patterned blades instead of nine and shutter curtain travel time further reduced to 3.3 milliseconds from 3.6 milliseconds. The FE2 also introduced a unique rotating flywheel plus inertial mass damping system to minimize mirror shock vibration effects and obviate the need for a mirror lockup feature.
My Nikon Camera Collection
My Nikon Camera Collection
Top row left to right: •Nikon S Rangefinder with 135 f/3.5 Nikkor lens and Nikon Zoom viewfinder; My sentimental fav since it was made in 1952, the year I was born! •Behind it is Carl Zeiss 135 f/4.0 for Nikon RF •Nikkor 35mm f1.8 lens for Nikon RF (very rare - I have it with the quality certificate) •Nikon SP Rangefinder with 50mm f/1.1, the fastest Nikkor lens ever made •Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 for Nikon RF •Nikon F plain prism •Nikon F Photomic Non-TTL meter (flag) •Nikon F Photomic T, the first TTL version •Nikon F Photomic FTn (Apollo version, center weighted TTL) •Nikon F Photomic FTn (Normal version, center weighted TTL) 2nd Row from top (left to right) •Nikon FM •Nikon FM (Black) with Nikon MD-11 Motor drive and 50mm f/1.8 Nikkor MF lens •Nikon FM2 (not FM2n) with Titanium Honeycomb shutter •Nikon F2 Plain Prism •Nikon F2 Photomic AS •Nikon F2 Photomic •Nikon F2 Photomic S •Nikon F2 Photomic A Also present on the same row are: •Rollei 35S with Sonnar lens •Leica M3 Miniature (made by Minox) •Rubix miniature 3rd Row from top (left to right) - all these are in mint condition - were never used! •Nikon FM2n Dragon version with matching lens (S. # 1516 of only 2000 made) in presentation case •FM2/ T (Titanium) •FM3A •FM2n 4th Row from top (left to right) Nikkorex F, Nikkormats - FTn, FS, FT2, FT3 (two numbers) and FM10 Not shown as they were added later: Nikon F2SB and Nikkormat FT. With that I have EVERY mechanical shuttered Nikon SLRs with interchangeable lenses (except for special versions) like F2 Titan, F High Speed, etc. A feature on this collection has been published in the January 2010 issue of Smart Photography Magazine.

camera lenses for nikon
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