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    I guess i didnt' phrase the Q right- i was asking how many Nikon 35mm models were made? thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezwriter View Post
    I guess i didnt' phrase the Q right- i was asking how many Nikon 35mm models were made? thx
    Did we answer your question to your satisfaction?

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    I'm afraid to count...

    FM2n, F3HP, FE black, FE chrome. 4 manual.
    F70, N8008s, N80, F90x, F100, F4, F4s, F5. 8 autofocus.

    So 12. Way too many.
    Jim MacKenzie - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

    A bunch of Nikons; Feds, Zorkis and a Kiev; Pentax 67-II (inherited from my deceased father-in-law); Bronica SQ-A; and a nice Shen Hao 4x5 field camera with 3 decent lenses that needs to be taken outside more. Oh, and as of mid-2012, one of those bodies we don't talk about here.

    Favourite film: do I need to pick only one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezwriter View Post
    I guess i didnt' phrase the Q right- i was asking how many Nikon 35mm models were made? thx
    Picky-picky...

    From 1948-2012:

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    Nikkorex 35
    Nikkorex 35-2
    Nikkorex F
    Nikon F Photomic
    Nikkorex Zoom 35
    Nikonos I
    Nikon Auto 35/Nikkorex Auto 35
    Nikon F Photomic T
    Nikkormat FT
    Nikkormat FS
    Nikon F Photomic Tn
    Nikkormat FTn
    Nikon F Photomic FTn
    Nikonos II
    Nikon F2
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    Nikkormat EL
    Nikon F2S
    Nikkormat FT2
    Nikonos III
    Nikon F2SB
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    Nikon F2A
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    Nikon FM
    Nikon EL2
    Nikon FE
    Nikon EM
    Nikon F2T
    Nikon F3
    Nikonos IV-A
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    Nikon F3HP
    Nikon FG
    Nikon FG-20
    Nikon F3/T
    Nikon FE2
    Nikon FM2n
    Nikonos V
    Nikon F3AF
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    Nikon FA
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    Nikon L135AF
    Nikon One Touch
    Nikon N2000
    Nikon N2020
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    Nikon N4004
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    Nikon Fun Touch
    Nikon Tele-Touch Deluxe
    Nikon N8008
    Nikon F4/F4s/F4E
    Nikon N4004s
    Nikon N6006/N6000
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    Nikonos RS
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    Nikon Smile Taker/Fun Touch 2
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    Nikon N90
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    Nikon Lite-Touch Panorama
    Nikon Nice-Touch
    Nikon N70
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    Nikon One-Touch 300
    Nikon Fun-Touch 3
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 105
    Nikon FM2/T
    Nikon N50
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    Nikon N60
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    Nikon Fun Touch 6
    Nikon Nice Touch 5
    Nikon N65
    Nikon N55
    Nikon N75
    Nikon S3 2000
    Nikon F6
    Nikon SP 2005

    I may be missing some of the compacts, but that's what's been available in the states. I didn't include the NASA/Military variants of the F and F3 bodies, nor the high-speed cameras (five, two F, two F2, and one F3), as well as the F3 Limited, which is a rebadged F3P.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Nikon_F View Post
    Picky-picky...

    From 1948-2012:

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    F
    S3
    S4
    S3M
    Nikkorex 35
    Nikkorex 35-2
    Nikkorex F
    Nikon F Photomic
    Nikkorex Zoom 35
    Nikonos I
    Nikon Auto 35/Nikkorex Auto 35
    Nikon F Photomic T
    Nikkormat FT
    Nikkormat FS
    Nikon F Photomic Tn
    Nikkormat FTn
    Nikon F Photomic FTn
    Nikonos II
    Nikon F2
    Nikon F2 Photomic
    Nikkormat EL
    Nikon F2S
    Nikkormat FT2
    Nikonos III
    Nikon F2SB
    Nikkormat ELW
    Nikon F2A
    Nikon F2AS
    Nikkormat FT3
    Nikon FM
    Nikon EL2
    Nikon FE
    Nikon EM
    Nikon F2T
    Nikon F3
    Nikonos IV-A
    Nikon FM2
    Nikon F3HP
    Nikon FG
    Nikon FG-20
    Nikon F3/T
    Nikon FE2
    Nikon FM2n
    Nikonos V
    Nikon F3AF
    Nikon F3P
    Nikon FA
    Nikon L35AF/L35AD
    Nikon L135AF
    Nikon One Touch
    Nikon N2000
    Nikon N2020
    Nikon Action Touch
    Nikon Tele Touch
    Nikon N4004
    Nikon New One Touch
    Nikon Fun Touch
    Nikon Tele-Touch Deluxe
    Nikon N8008
    Nikon F4/F4s/F4E
    Nikon N4004s
    Nikon N6006/N6000
    Nikon N8008s
    Nikon N5005
    Nikon One-Touch 100
    Nikon Tele-Touch 300
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 500
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 400
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 500s
    Nikon One-Touch 200
    Nikonos RS
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 800
    Nikon Smile Taker/Fun Touch 2
    Nikon Sport-Touch
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 600
    Nikon N90
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 470
    Nikon Lite-Touch Panorama
    Nikon Nice-Touch
    Nikon N70
    Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom
    Nikon One-Touch 300
    Nikon Fun-Touch 3
    Nikon Zoom-Touch 105
    Nikon FM2/T
    Nikon N50
    Nikon N90s
    Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 105
    Nikon FM10
    Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 70
    Nikon Nice-Touch Zoom
    Nikon One-Touch Zoom
    Nikon Nice-Touch 3
    Nikon Fun-Touch 4
    Nikon F5
    Nikon Fun-Touch 5
    Nikon Nice-Touch 4
    Nikon FE10
    Nikon One-Touch Zoom 70
    Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 110
    Nikon N60
    Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 80
    Nikon F100
    Nikon N80
    Nikon Fun Touch 6
    Nikon Nice Touch 5
    Nikon N65
    Nikon N55
    Nikon N75
    Nikon S3 2000
    Nikon F6
    Nikon SP 2005

    I may be missing some of the compacts, but that's what's been available in the states. I didn't include the NASA/Military variants of the F and F3 bodies, nor the high-speed cameras (five, two F, two F2, and one F3), as well as the F3 Limited, which is a rebadged F3P.
    Do you collect Nikons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    Do you collect Nikons?
    I think they collect John
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    “Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”

    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    As of a couple of weeks ago, my FG and F601 are now joined by two Fs and a Nikkormat.


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    Do you collect Nikons?
    No, just tend to overstudy something I'm interested in. Been that way since I was a little kid. Once I'm done, it's stored forever inside the brain. It's amazing how much useless bits of information have been saved by my brain. I really don't need to know the key code for my parents' 1981 Honda Accord that we sold in 1996, nor the VIN number for same.

    The non-P&S gear was from memory, the P&S stuff, I did have to consult the Braczko book, The Complete Nikon System, for information. Some of his dates for P&S camera introduction were off, since I remembered stuff being introduced later than what he says.

    I've discovered that if I have too much gear, I won't do much shooting. Deciding which body, and which lens to go with on a certain day can be somewhat daunting when you have more than 3-4 choices, body-wise.

    -J
    APUG: F2AS x2, F, FM2n, Nikomat FTn, FT2
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    I have two. An F2S and a D40. Both share the same legacy lenses. The D40 gives a 'tele boost' of about 50% - so an 85mm 35mm format lens is more like a 130mm equivalent in the D40
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Nikon_F View Post
    It's amazing how much useless bits of information have been saved by my brain. I really don't need to know the key code for my parents' 1981 Honda Accord that we sold in 1996, nor the VIN number for same.
    My father reckoned that he could remember every telephone number he had ever dialed and there was a teacher at school who would learn the whole of the local bus timetable just for a mental exercise.


    Steve.
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