Nikon rangefinder camera on vintage Nikon display stand. Circa 1953/54 The Vintage Department at Grays of Westminster seeks out only the very best mint or near-mint examples of Nikon Rangefinder cameras, lenses, accessories and ephemera for our customers. If you have Nikon equipment like this or indeed any Nikon equipment to dispose of, then kindly [...]
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Amateur Photographer Awards 2013 Luncheon On 7th February 2013 at the London Film Museum, Uri Zakay, Grays of Westminster’s Finance Director accepted the Power of Photography Award on behalf of National Geographic Legend Jim Brandenburg who was unable to attend the glittering event. But recently, Jim happened to visit London and so Gray Levett was [...]
Specialising in the exceptional Nikon S4 Rangefinder Camera The Nikon S4 was introduced in March 1959. It was essentially a stripped-down version of the S3. Nikon discarded the self-timer and installed a manually resetting frame counter similar to the S2, removed the 35mm frame line from the finder leaving only those for the 50mm and [...]