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Slides.- Africa in Color

Another fantastic collection of scanned slides from our Film Photo Library, this time from the Africa Album. Photos taken in the early 90s that captured the faces of the people and native tribes. Images are scanned slides from our Film Photo Library. Share on:

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Slides.- Flowers

Since I have you all here in one place, I have something to share with you: The breath of wind that moved them was still chilly on this day in April and the flowers gently resisted. The sun shone through them, and the alien, from

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Nikon SB 1 complete with box

Shop.- Nikon Flash SB-1

The SB-1 Speedlight is a handle-mount flash designed to deliver maximum power. It is manual with one output setting — full blast — so you only need to know how to work the calculator dial. Different sets including the SB-1 (main unit) are known, but

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Slides.– Polynesian birds

About 200 species of birds populate more than 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean, the Polynesian Triangle from New Zealand to Tahiti to Hawaii. White Tern. The white tern is a widespread species that breeds on Polynesia and many other tropical

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Shop.- Nikon F3 AF. Full set

You get a strange feeling when you let go a special item…. like you’ll not only miss the item you love but you’ll miss the time and effort it took you to put the bundle together….  I am now at this moment and this place

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35MM B&W.- Odessa, Ukraine

Although Ukraine is not anywhere close to the French Rivera, it does have several advantages to consider. Ukraine clings to its traditional culture despite economic change and political fickleness. Besides, the food is wonderful, and it has far more than its share of beautiful women.

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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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