Autumn is finally beginning to show its colours, despite the unseasonably long summer (we’re not complaining) and now is an excellent time to venture out with your camera to capture those blue skies and golden leaves.
Here are some of our favourite bodies and lenses on the shelves this week, but if you would like to view our full and expansive selection please visit: https://www.graysofwestminster.co.uk/products/secondhand.php
Digital SLR Bodies
This week we’ve picked the D750, and we have a fantastic selection to choose from. With a powerful low-light processor and 24mp that makes everything look good, this is the ideal full-frame camera whether you’re starting out or have been shooting professionally for years. A favourite among wedding photographers too, who like to couple image quality with a lightweight camera.
Who can resist Nikon’s only (and best) macro zoom? The AF 70-180mm f/4-5.6D Micro Nikkor is known for its exceptional quality and range, perfect for photographers wanting to capture skittish subjects such as insects. Combined with a Nikon 6T close-up filter this will give you 1:1 reproduction too!
Film SLR Bodies
The FM3A is iconic, being the last mechanical film camera Nikon ever made and only finishing its final production run in 2003. The FM3A is a culmination of the advancements made in SLR photography over some fifty years, and we’ve picked out the black version as there are fewer generally available than their chrome-finished counterparts.
Manual Focus Lenses
As you’ll have seen from last week’s newsletter, manual focus lenses are making a huge comeback. Here we present the incredibly rare and rather desirable 58mm f/1.2 AIS NOCT (for Nocturnal). A lens that was designed specifically for low-light photography, it works beautifully both on digital and manual cameras as well as with the adapter on the new Nikon Z 7!
If you would like any further information on any of the above items, or anything else from our second hand department, please contact us on 020 7828 4925 or email email@example.com.
*All images taken on the Nikon Z 7 + 25-70mm f/4 S