This is a separate subject of discussion. Nikon SP rangefinder camera No. Lens Nikkor-N 1:1,1/f=5omm No.
Nikon UV filter Nippon Kogaku L38 62mm. The case is what you see in the photo Nr. Nikon SP rangefinder camera specification.Film: Standard 35mm film, standard 24 x 36mm frames. Lenses:Nikon S bayonet mount (not at all compatible with SLR lenses). Finders : Rangefinder Base Length 60.5mm.
Main finder: 1.00x magnification. 50mm, 85mm, 105mm and 135mm lenses. Speeds: Bulb, and 1s - 1/1,000. Electronic flash: up to 1/60.Select "F X " for electronic flash. For the Seventh Tale, I'd like to discuss the NIKKOR-N 5cm f/1.1 interchangeable lens for "S" and "L" (M39 screw) mounts. The lens was introduced in 1956-02, just the second lens in history faster than f/1.2 (the first was the ZUNOW 5cm f/1.1, released in 1953 by Teikoku Optical Industries, later known as ZUNOW Optical Industries). Starting around this time, the competition to develop super-fast lenses grew more intense and eventually led to lenses with performance ratings beyond even f/1.0.
It was during this period of energetic research and development that the idea of "lenses faster (brighter) than the human eye" first entered the collective consciousness of photographers around the world. The optics of the NIKKOR-N 5cm f/1.1 were designed by MURAKAMI, Saburo, who at that time was manager of Nikon's 3rd Mathematics Section, Design Department. MURAKAMI was the right-hand man of AZUMA, Hideo, designer of the W-NIKKOR 3.5cm f/1.8, which was unveiled in September 1956, mentioned in the 3rd Tale. Though just a handful of Japanese optics designers have attained worldwide renown, the paper trail they left behind -- patents, reports andsuch -- are available to shed more light on their accomplishments. For example, MURAKAMI filed a patent application for the NIKKOR-N 5cm f/1.1 in 1957; he received a U.His design was regarded as a new invention, a totally new type of super-fast lens. MURAKAMI devoted two years of painstaking design work and prototyping to develop the lens. The designers back then used only an abacus and a sheet of logarithms to conduct ray tracing calculations. The mind reels at the thought of the incredible volume of calculations and the hours it must have required to arrive at the final design.
Indeed, to succeed during that era, designers needed determination, resilience and, above all, an overriding desire to make better lenses. The item "Vintage Nikon SP camera, lens Nikkor-N 11,1/f=5omm, Nikon UV filter, leather case" is in sale since Wednesday, October 3, 2018. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Film Photography\Film Cameras". The seller is "tinastrutis" and is located in vilnius.This item can be shipped worldwide.