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Old 03-05-2007   #41
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Hi Huub, I acquired the Contax recently for a low price as defective, faster speeds with few difference but work well enough to shot a film with it. At slower speeds the second curtain often will not close. Except of some Zeiss bumps and a missing screw it don't looks bad and the rangefinder is very good visible (although overall finder is dim and dusty). Probably a service would add some usability.
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Old 03-10-2007   #42
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My Brass Crocodile Dundee Nikon S.
Now need to shoot the sister too....
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Nikon SP

Mine is in the shop right now.
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>>Mine is in the shop right now.<<

Welcome, Ken K!

I need to get my SP into the shop. My 9-year-old daughter knocked it down the stairs, and the slow speeds stopped working. I've still got my S3, S3-2000 and an S2, so I've been biding my time.
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"Showing off" one's Nikon RF
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"Showing off" one's Nikon RF

I see some real pretty cameras. They look so brand-new, I wonder if anyone has ever used them to take pictures. Here's a few combos to consider.

The first is a synched Nikon M/S from January 1951 with correct hood and Nikon series 7 filter in hood holder with hood case.

The second is a Nikon SP all ready for some available darkness photography circa 1958 with BC-5 attachment and angle bracket and a 35mm f1.8 Nikkor.

The last picture shows a Nikon S2 with the earliest version of the 3.5cm f2.5 W-Nikkor (no click stops) with correct snap-on hood with original box, filter and case. Finder is later model bright-frame type.

Enjoy. WES
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So you want to take your Nikon RF on an outing?
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So you want to take your Nikon RF on an outing?

Two more Nikon RF pictures to show the extremes we sometimes go to.

The first is a Nikon SP outfitted for a more challenging task. Yes, the tiltall will hold the 50cm Nikkor steady—barely.
Second shot was taken with 50cm of the distant hill you can just make out at the top left corner of first picture. Note the vignetting. This is caused by the small throat of the camera mount, not the lens-which easily covers 2 1/4 format. This lens does not vignette on a Nikon F with N-F adaptor either. You sould have seen the pictures this lens took when I first got it. Fungus on all glass surfaces! I cleaned them up and the contrast is back. Not sure about the resolution. Anyway, enjoy. WES
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Old 03-15-2007   #47
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The last picture shows a Nikon S2 with the earliest version of the 3.5cm f2.5 W-Nikkor (no click stops) with correct snap-on hood with original box, filter and case. Finder is later model bright-frame type.

Enjoy. WES


Is this a trick question? this looks awfully close to a Nikon M.

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You are correct. I forgot to take a close look atthe picture before posting. Yup. It's a Nikon M/S. WES
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Try this picture instead.
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Try this picture instead.

Looks like I slipped in the wrong image. Sorry. WES
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Here's my "new" baby with some of it's new accessories...a 35/2.5 and finder are also on the way from Mr. Gandy.

The squeak in the focus wheel is almost completely gone now...



...a test shot from the S2, taken on a walk around Falls Church, while waiting for my Old Camera Go-to guy to get back to Dominion Camera from his dinner break...I had to show it off to somebody...



a link to some more...a few shots are taken at Manassas Junction...all these were taken with me guessing the exposure, I've never shot without a light meter before...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/high_green_and_clear/sets/72157600003812078/


and some of my other RF's , who are feeling quite lonely right now

http://www.flickr.com/photos/high_green_and_clear/sets/72157600006646869/


Could some kind soul tell me how to use the thumbnail attachment feature?

I tried for an hour to get it to work ...tried loading both from a URL and by browsing my computer, the file szes and tags seemed to be correct...it would show an upload, seemed to be only allowing only one upoad, and when I'd preview the post nothing would show....
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Nice shots.

To attach a thumbnail, click on the "post reply" button instead of using "quick reply." Or you click on "Go Advanced" while using the Quick Reply.

Then scroll down a bit, and you'll see a button saying "manage attachments" -- this will open a dialogue box allowing you to attach a file. I think the image can't be any larger that 800 pixels in the long dimension.
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Quote:
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Nice shots.

To attach a thumbnail, click on the "post reply" button instead of using "quick reply." Or you click on "Go Advanced" while using the Quick Reply.

Then scroll down a bit, and you'll see a button saying "manage attachments" -- this will open a dialogue box allowing you to attach a file. I think the image can't be any larger that 800 pixels in the long dimension.

Thanks Vince.

Re thumbnails: that's what I was doing, wasn't working , I'm probably doing some small thing wrong...I'll keep trying....



AHHA...there's no preview of the attachments, that's what was throwing me off
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Old 03-18-2007   #53
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Glad you figured it out...seems like the Nikon RF user crowd is becoming stronger and stronger in the greater Washington DC mertopolitan area

How about a get-together?

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Glad you figured it out...seems like the Nikon RF user crowd is becoming stronger and stronger in the greater Washington DC mertopolitan area

How about a get-together?

Kiu

Absolutely....I'm self employed so I have to do a tiny bit of advanced planning, but with the days getting longer that gets easier. I'll PM you...
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big red is complete!

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Does anyone have a manual for the S3... I just recieved my camera but wouldn't mind knowing how to use it.

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Does anyone have a manual for the S3... I just recieved my camera but wouldn't mind knowing how to use it.

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Try the Butkus site here. They've got a large amount of manuals as downloadable .pdfs.
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Is the flash sync for "X" flasher or FP (focal plane)?
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The window in front of the shutter speed dial should say "FX" with the X in red. If you lift up on the outer chrome ring surrounding the shutter speed dial, you can change from FX to four different flashbulb settings.
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>>here is the flash chart...<<

Try doing THAT with your digital point and shoot.
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...Joe --- clearly you need to send your Luna Pro case to a leather restorer and have it dyed red... black just won't due...

luna LUX meter fred.

and the case is in the box will my other cases, the meter meets the world case-less.
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Very occasional visitor here, and just noticed this thread while passing through. This is my S (working but not in use). I have a 105/2.5, a nice VF and a flash too, but have never photographed them (yet).

EDIT: deleted first pic because it was the wrong camera.. oops I shall have to find/take some more pics of the S now.




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That's a pretty S, Murray.
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Nice close ups Murray. The first is probably a Leica III though
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Nice close ups Murray. The first is probably a Leica III though
Ack!! How embarrassing!

That's not an actual Leica but a Tower, I suspect a Type 3 but I don't remember for sure right now. I've deleted the pic but now my post seems rather anemic, so I'll have to find some more shots of the S (or take some).

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Sorry I'm late for this thread

My S2 and lenses, Here it goes ~
(Actually, biogon 21/4.5 is not mine anymore, I sold it last year, it was a really nice lense )







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Here are my all Nikon gears~~ a few days ago, I added a 2.8cm/3.5 ~
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I just know I'm going to get hammered for saying this, but I don't understand why everyone posts pictures of their cameras. Everyone here knows what a S2 or whatever looks like, and truly, because they're all in very nice condition, they all look the same.
For about a pico-second I actually thought of taking one of these very nice staged close-ups and posting it, but then I reconsidered. Why bother? It's only a run of the mill chrome S3, something everyone here has seen a zillion times, so it's no big deal. And yes, I do love my camera. It's great for taking pictures.
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Wouldn't expect any other type of reply from you, Robert. You have, afterall, made the same point on numerous occassions

Taking interesting quality photos of equipment is a skill in itself, and I can appreciate it, when its well done. I enjoy these threads, just like I enjoy other photo threads.

Ok, so you're not into gear photos ..... so maybe you could post some pictures you've taken with your S3 sometime. I'd like to see some someday

I have made my feelings on collecting known before. And they haven't changed. but I'm not inclined to get into that again. Nobody wins that arguement. So collect away, if that's what makes you happy. And I'll just use my cameras to take photos.
I've got two shots made with the CV 21 posted in my gallery here, if you're interested. I've got others not yet scanned which I'll post when I do.
Also, you can see more if my work almost all done with SLRs at
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I'd love to hear your comments on some of those photos.
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Duh, which is why I made the comment in this thread.....
No Kiu, I'm not absolutely certain 100% about that. So what? If a stranger or tyro shows up and says, "I've never seen an SXYZ", someone will tell them where to look or post a picture.
Post pictures, or not as you like. Whatever makes you happy. All I said is I don't get it. Nothing more.

You can see a shot of an S3M at Steve Gandy's site in the classic camera profiles.
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Do you think this thread would raise interest in Nikon RF gear?

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Wouldn't expect any other type of reply from you, Robert. You have, afterall, made the same point on numerous occassions

Taking interesting quality photos of equipment is a skill in itself, and I can appreciate it, when its well done. I enjoy these threads, just like I enjoy other photo threads.

Ok, so you're not into gear photos ..... so maybe you could post some pictures you've taken with your S3 sometime. I'd like to see some someday


I have made my feelings on collecting known before. And they haven't changed. but I'm not inclined to get into that again. Nobody wins that arguement. So collect away, if that's what makes you happy. And I'll just use my cameras to take photos.
I've got two shots made with the CV 21 posted in my gallery here, if you're interested. I've got others not yet scanned which I'll post when I do.
Also, you can see more if my work almost all done with SLRs at
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I'd love to hear your comments on some of those photos.
regards,
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Hi Robert

I love my Nikon gears because they are so beautiful and charming. Also I'm fond of taking photos with them. (actually, todays I'm using my RF quiptment more than my DSLR!) You can see my photos just click the link which placed at the bottom of my post.

I want to take photos of my Nikon gears before they're worn out and had some dings or dents by using. And some people want to see Nikon rangefinder lenses and bodies with qaullity photos, especially Who just entered Nikon Rangfinder's world. (including me~)

And...Sorry for my poor English, I hope you understand my opinion.
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Favorite S-Mount: Zeiss 50/1.5, Nikkor 35/2.5 and 85/2
Favorite F-Mount: Zeiss 100/2, Nikkor 28/2.8 AIS, 55/3.5 AI Micro, 105/2.5 AIS, 200/4 AIS

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Waoo!
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Waoo!

What a gorgeous set of cameras! Two Limited Black gears, S3 & SP with superb lenses, Nikkor 50/1.4 & 35/1.8!
Someday I want tol get one of them and all at last.
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Finally, I've arrived at the last station~!!!
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