FS: Hard to find Nikon F "red dot" body with ep marked 50mm lens & accessories

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  1. bjsmith7474

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    Nikon set below: $380 OBO or I'll trade for a Nikon 105mm 1.8 AIS in nice shape.

    Nikon F body with eye level prism 6587601 ; hard to find red dot variant. Very Nice cosmetically. Correct shutter speeds and works properly. Eye level finder is in great shape, no serial number, marked Nikon F with square viewfinder opening. With everready case.

    Nikkor S Auto 50mm 1.4 839598. Rare EP marked version. Non AI version. Very nice cosmetically. Aperture and focusing rings move easily. Clean and clear glass.
    NK marked leather case for eye level prism. Contains plastic cover for finder also.
    Nippon Kogaku BC-4 flash. Great shape, clean battery compartment. Comes with NK marked leather case.

    Shipping is extra, paypal or money order preferred.

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    Nice outfit.
     
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    I can't afford it, right now, to spend this much money on a camera, but I would love it.
    Especially since my daughter suddenly showed some interest in photography. She is 16 years old now and thinking about going to an arts academy over here in Holland in 2 years time. So she recently asked me to teach here some basics about photography this summer: especially with an interest for analogue, old cameras.
    This was a great and pleasant surprise to me (very big smile ....).
    So I'm thinking of finding here a nice analogue camera. This one should do nicely since I have a lot of (older) Nikon lenses.
    And since it is all digital and computers at the academies nowadays, she would have an advantage for personal style and methods being able to use analogue techniques. I have lots of cameras, lenses and a darkroom waiting for her.

    BTW: this camera was made somewhere between December 1964 and February 1965.
     
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    Sold. Thanks!
     
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