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An upgrade of the average meter Nikon Photomic T. The famous time-proven Nikon center-weighted exposure metering system was first adopted on this model. The same year, the close-range-correction ("CRC") optical system was incorporated for the first time in a AUTO Nikkor-N 24mm f/2.8. Together, the first 6X ratio zoom, the Auto Zoom Nikkor 50-300mm F4.5 was introduced.
* Message Board for various Nikon F models
Nikon M35/35s Microscope camera, 1967
"Nikkor"-F camera, German Market, 1969
Nikkormat FTn, October 1967
Instruction Manual provided )
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The FTN Nikkormat basically, like the Nikon Photomic FTn employed with a TTL center-weighted metering system.
This model probably has gone through a small update in 1973.
This is the last major upgrade of the Nikon F series. It has incorporated a semi-automatic maximum aperture indexing method and shutter speed settings is made visible inside the viewfinder. Refer to finder page for more info. The late models can be differentiated by a F2's type self timer lever. * Also check the NASA spec. Nikon FTn NASA by clicking HERE.
Go to Michael Liu's Nikon F site for more info.
* Message Board for various Nikon F models
The second underwater camera was introduced in 1968. It was a slight improved version from the original Nikonos 1 but it was still a meterless camera but direct flash connection underwater or used with an adapter out of water was possible now. Some models sold in European market may still bear the name Calypso. The camera can removed the entire external shell from inside out. It was discontinued in 1975
Before the next generation of a pro-model from Nikon F2 that launched in 1971, the Nikkor lens lineup has a number of new optics introduced at the following years.
In 1969, a new lens type GN Auto 45mm f/2.8, with a special GN (Guide Number) system allows shooting with electronic flash completely automatic was developed before the advent of automatic flash. At the same year, the widest angled lense in 35mm photography - a fixed focus Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f/5.6 was introduced by Nikon, it was the first fisheye with a stunning picture angle of 220 degree produced commercially by any camera manufacturers. 1970, the fastest lens speed circular fisheye lense on the market, Fisheye Nikkor AUTO 1:2.8 f=8mm that came with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 was introduced to replace the fixed focus Fisheye-Nikkor 1:8 f=8mm (1962) And the famous epoch-making zoom lens which received rave reviews for its outstanding sharpness, Zoom-Nikkor Auto 80-200mm f/4.5 was debuted at the same year.
Nikon F High Speed Motor Drive camera, 1971~1976
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Recommended links to understand more technical details related to the Nikkor F-mount and production Serial Number:
http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-153.html by: my friend, Rick Oleson
http://www.zi.ku.dk/personal/lhhansen/photo/fmount.htm by: Hansen, Lars Holst
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