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Nikon F Photomic Tn SLR Film Camera Sample Photos

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Film Size: 135 Picture Size: 24x36mm
Marketed: 1967 to 1968
Lens Mount: F
Random Nikon F Photomic Tn Samples from 3 available Photos
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John Falkenstine31-Dec-2007 23:52
I bought mine a couple of months ago. It was advertised on Ebay in horrible condition, many dents everywhere, a strange lens and the shutter was worn smooth. The paint is completely worn off in some places down to the primer layer or bare metal. So virtually nobody bid on it and it became mine for $42.00. When it arrived I put batteries in the light meter and discovered that the Nikon F, mine built in September of 1968, was still fully functional and that despite its appearance, its had some maintenance done on it. By the wear and tear this unit must have been used by a newspaper, or perhaps seen some actual combat duty somewhere. Anyway, the strange lens on the front has turned out to be rare and worth far, far more than the camera. The pictures are great, it weighs a ton and in an emergency will also easily function as a lethal weapon. Still the best SLR ever made in terms of durability and quality?
Guest 25-Aug-2007 05:55
Bought mine In Germany in 1972 Still in Full Use, Just wish I could get the 250 exposure attachment, and the Speed Magie Poliroid Back.. ANy one knowing of theese attachments let me know.... OH and the Waist level view finder would be an added accesory THANKS
Slug06-Jun-2006 19:21
Non AI lens mount.
First nikon finder with centerweighted metering.
The TN finder will not fit on older F bodies.
Bill15-Nov-2005 17:25
My first Nikon, bought new at Navy Exchange store in the Phillipines, 1968. Eventually moved up to later models but kind of with I still had this one.
John Ewing23-Aug-2005 09:32
A somewhat older workhorse, now retired:

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