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Grays of Westminster are seeking fine examples of Nikon AF and AF-S lenses to replenish stocks after a busy Autumn period. If you are considering the sale or trade-in of your equipment please contact us on 020 7828 4925 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain your free, no-obligation quotation.
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From the Vintage Department
The Nikonos V (green) + 35mm f/2.5 W-Nikkor. This particular camera is an electronically controlled 35mm amphibious body with a focal plane shutter. The body is made of cast aluminium alloy partially covered with rubber, hermetically sealed by packing rings. Full specifications:
Depth: Can be used down to a depth of 50m.
Lens mount: Nikonos bayonet.
Viewfinder: Inverted Galilean Albada finder built into camera with standard 35mm lens; film frame marks show about 85% picture coverage at infinity; 0.55 x magnification; 0.9 dioptre; exit pupil lying well back permits viewing with eye 40mm away from finder; parallax correction marks provided; optical viewfinder or frame finders available as accessories for Nikonos lenses.
Viewfinder display: LED shutter speed indicator; LED indicates overexposure and underexposure. Lightning symbol as flash ready light
Shutter speeds A (Auto): electronically controlled stepless speeds from 1/30 sec to 1/1000 sec
M (Manual): quartz controlled speeds for 1/30 sec to 1./1000 sec
M90: mechanically controlled at 1/90 sec.
B: mechanically controlled for long exposures.
Exposure metering: Through-the-Lens (TTL) centreweighted metering with two silicon photo-diodes (SPDs); one of the SPDs for TTL flash control with SB-102, SB-103 speedlights and other units.
Film speed: ASA/ISO 25 (DIN 15) to ASA/ISO 1600 (DIN 33)
35mm f/2.5 W-Nikkor lens: Optical construction: 6 elements in 4 groups (including protective glass plate)
Picture angle: 62° on land, 46° 30′ underwater.
Minimum distance: 0.8m
Aperture scale: f/2.5 to f/22
Filter thread: 58mm