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Nikon.- Nikkor, The Eyes Of The Nikon

Before Nikon made cameras there was Nikkor making optical lenses since 1933. Since then Nikkor became the precision optics that the world used to see itself and its surroundings. The quality and precision of his lenses took Nikkor to the top, and his optics brought

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Slides.- Macro Photography

Macro photography, also known as macrophotography, is the practice of photographing a subject at a very close distance, greater than what a standard lens, 50mm or 35-80, allows by itself, achieving a true size ratio (1: 1 scale). In other words, the subject would be

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Videos.- The Moment We Are Living For

I found this great video from Matthias Zentner´s at Vimeo as a tribute for Nikon. Just want to share it with you all… Enjot it! https://vimeo.com/100821916 Nikon, as the world leader in imaging is repeatedly technically maximizing the possibilities in photography, to be discovered in

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Slides.- People Faces

When you photograph people, you realize how the character, the experiences lived, even the humor, are etched in their faces throughout life, changing the one that was given to them, which is the one they had in their youth. Images are scanned slides from our Film

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Nikon Vintage Commercials

Youtube.- Nikon Ad´s 1977 – 1994

As Japan experienced postwar restoration and growth at miraculous speed, many of its products were disseminated to the rest of the world. Nikon’s optical equipment performance was highly evaluated, and played an important role in creating world recognition for the new, superior quality of “Made

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WELCOME TO NIKON-FILM

Dear  Visitor,

Once upon a time, but not too long ago, computers breathed, ate, slept … and made pictures. Computers were people. People that, when working with film, love the mystery of not being able to immediately see what the image will look like —and just hope to capture that fleeting moment.

 

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