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Old 06-05-2016   #881
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One of my Nikon SP #1020 early serial plus Nikkor-S 5cm/1.4 with <EP> marked vented hood and Nikon S3 reissued limited camera case.
Lovely set! I don't remember ever seeing a hood with the E.P. marking before. Its the standard Nikon hood shape though, rather than vented. I don't think Nikon made an actual vented hood for the Nikkor 50/1.4. Walz did at the time and it looks like this:

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I don't think Nikon made an actual vented hood for the Nikkor 50/1.4. Walz did at the time and it looks like this:
I don't think either. Like Walz, Hoya did too at the time and it looks like this :



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wow, pair of LTM 50 / 1.1's
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wow, pair of LTM 50 / 1.1's

Magnificent, yes, if you ever feel like selling them, let us know.


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"vented" refers to the cut-outs that allow you to see through the hood when looking through the camera's viewfinder.
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Lovely set! I don't remember ever seeing a hood with the E.P. marking before. Its the standard Nikon hood shape though, rather than vented. I don't think Nikon made an actual vented hood for the Nikkor 50/1.4. Walz did at the time and it looks like this:

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"vented" refers to the cut-outs that allow you to see through the hood when looking through the camera's viewfinder.
thank you, amended my original post.
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Old 06-07-2016   #886
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This is originally a chrome S2. The paintwork looks very good. The case is from an SP or S3. The lens is very desirable.

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Old 06-07-2016   #888
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Thanks Erik, indeed, it makes a great daily shooter.
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This case will marr the original black paint trims on the vertical edges of the camera body. Get the original S2 one, the very well padded model with the two "descenders" on each side.
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indeed, it makes a great daily shooter.
Yes, but then you'll need a 35mm viewfinder.

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Yes, but then you'll need a 35mm viewfinder.

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For someone not wearing glasses, the whole frame of the S2 viewfinder (outside the etched 50mm framelines) approx. equals what a 35mm lens will capture, so you can use the camera without a 35mm viewfinder from time to time, it kinda works out.
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The one on the left I found last year for about EUR 35 on eBay. Maybe they are even cheaper now.

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my other nikon rf is and SP, so the case goes well there too,

i used a vc minifinder for a while, but then i also noticed the full s2 finder is fine for me for for 35.
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At the end of the day the good old Nikon Varifocal finder comes back to mind :



(generic and fine "Made in Japan" 48mm screw-in metal lens hood).
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Stunning clean black dial, Nicolas! The lens looks really fine too. Are those shades still available?

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Thanks, Erik. That shade was randomly found on eBay at auction with a "48mm lens hood" routine search. I assume it was made in the 1960s or 1970s. I didn't buy it from a store. With some patience I'm quite certain you can grab something equivalent sooner or later.
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Nikon SP w/ Nikkor-S.C. 5cm/1.4 is the legendary gear.
What make it more is when you are lucky enough to own a Combo set


Nikon rangefinder SP Combo by kamshingk, on Flickr
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a real documented PRESS FUGLY black SP H.Long Toledo Blade.
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Quite possibly the loveliest camera I've ever purchased.


Nikon S2 with 2/5cm by P F McFarland, on Flickr

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It's certainly a beauty - from your flickr looks like you have a nice collection of lenses to go with it too.
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Thanks, Shac. An upgraded 3.5 came today, the replacement 5.0 comes tomorrow, and a 10.5 and 13.5 are on their way. That should hold me for a while.

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An upgraded 3.5 came today, the replacement 5.0 comes tomorrow, and a 10.5 and 13.5 are on their way. That should hold me for a while.

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I guess they should
I have pretty much the same lens focal length apart from an 85/2 instead on the 105.
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I have pretty much the same lens focal length apart from an 85/2 instead on the 105.
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The 85/2 was the first lens I got, came in a box lot early last year. Then I got the 35/3.5 in the fall, and was using it on a Contax IIa while waiting to get an S2. The 50/1.4 is to replace the 50/2 that came with the camera, because it has a bit of separation. Likely it's still usable, but I'll have to film check it first.

TomA convinced me the 35/2.5 would be a good improvement over the 3.5, and that the 105/2.5 would be a nice addition. I could have waited a while to get the 105, but after looking at what was available I didn't think I could do any better on price, so I bought one last night after considering a dozen others. At least it has the proper caps and hood. I found out some versions of the 105 had a bayonet hood which is hard to come by, so I steered clear of them.

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Thanks, Mike. Along with the F eye-level, I just have to remember to sign up with NHS.

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Here's my SP.



I've owned F bodies for nearly two decades but only recently did the SP find it's way into my bag. Other than the slightly dim RF patch, it's a camera I really enjoy using.
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Nothing dim about its exterior. Impressive looks on that SP!

And Kamshingk, you can put a couple more Nikon RFs in that bag I think
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got my first nikon RF (SP) and put a couple of rolls through it. it was a definite beater but i think i cleaned enough to put it back into service. It blew me away when I held it for the first time and advanced the film lever. When I picked up a canon P for the first time it didn't give me the same impression of quality that the Nikon did.



I could never find a pic of the Nikon SP with the top off (although it should be similar to an S3.)

The SP was in rough shape. The patch was barely there and the mini 28/35 finder was full of haze and even a speck of fungus was found in between the eye piece and the optics. (the hardest to get at)

I opened her up to give it a clean through the front window, and then did some research for how to take off the top plate (thanks Jon!) to get at the nasty fungus in the eye piece.

There is still haze but it is much more usable. I made sure to get rid of the black spots too in the mini finder from the deterioration of the foam.





the nikkor 5cm has sticky aperture blades and that will be my next target for cleaning.
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and even a speck of fungus was found in between the eye piece and the optics. (the hardest to get at)



the nikkor 5cm has sticky aperture blades and that will be my next target for cleaning.
First of all, congrats on the SP! And for being brave enough to open her up and clean the finder yourself.

Regarding that eyepiece, its actually very easy to remove. You just have to remove the two visible screws (one on either side of the eyepiece) and the two screws (one in either side of the eyepiece) hidden by the leatherette. You just have to peel back a small portion of the leatherette on either side of the eyepiece to reveal the screw heads.

In comparison to removing the top plate and cleaning the finder, cleaning up the Nikkor-S 50/1.4 will be a piece of cake!
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Regarding that eyepiece, its actually very easy to remove. You just have to remove the two visible screws (one on either side of the eyepiece) and the two screws (one in either side of the eyepiece) hidden by the leatherette. You just have to peel back a small portion of the leatherette on either side of the eyepiece to reveal the screw heads.

In comparison to removing the top plate and cleaning the finder, cleaning up the Nikkor-S 50/1.4 will be a piece of cake!
Thanks again Jon, your instructions in other threads were super valuable. For the eyepiece, it should be three screws i believe: two visible ones and a hidden one by the leatherette. I removed the plastic eyepiece mask in the picture, but there was a further magnifier glass piece for the mini finder that I couldn't remove 100% behind that one.

For that one, there were two screws that kept it on. I had to remove the top screw and (scarily enough) bend the metal bit out of the way to get at the fungus. the bottom screw was obscured by the camera chassis and I didn't want to remove the frame mask selector on top.
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Thanks again Jon, your instructions in other threads were super valuable. For the eyepiece, it should be three screws i believe: two visible ones and a hidden one by the leatherette. I removed the plastic eyepiece mask in the picture, but there was a further magnifier glass piece for the mini finder that I couldn't remove 100% behind that one.

For that one, there were two screws that kept it on. I had to remove the top screw and (scarily enough) bend the metal bit out of the way to get at the fungus. the bottom screw was obscured by the camera chassis and I didn't want to remove the frame mask selector on top.
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Thanks again Jon, your instructions in other threads were super valuable. For the eyepiece, it should be three screws i believe: two visible ones and a hidden one by the leatherette. I removed the plastic eyepiece mask in the picture, but there was a further magnifier glass piece for the mini finder that I couldn't remove 100% behind that one.
Ahhh that's right. Its the S2 that has two screws on either side. Glad you figured it out.

FWIW even the ex-Nikon repair guys now working at Kiitos cannot fully disassemble and clean the WA finder so you did well to clean as far as you did.
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FWIW even the ex-Nikon repair guys now working at Kiitos cannot fully disassemble and clean the WA finder so you did well to clean as far as you did.
The WA finder is extremely fragile and complicated : behind the eyepiece you have a complex prism which puts the light path on the side and straightens the viewing image. That darn prism is glued. Re-gluing it after having taken it apart is a PITA. Problem is that the deteriorated foam spots are often stuck on the mirrors of that prism, trapped between it, the black foam frame which has deteriorated and the optical tunnel (with its optical components) coming from the front of the camera and which is screwed on the camera casting. Also, if you try to clean the rear optical element of the latter, you may wipe the etched 35-28 frames. So for the WA finder I would recommend to be very very very careful and to accept the idea of having a few black spots in it. I'll be better than having to blacken out the WA finder eyepiece and front frame because you have broken it while trying to clean it.

I have owned three SP. On the first one, I was fully successul at cleaning the WA finder, regluing the prism, and replacing the deteriorated foam frame with a custom cut neoprene frame. I also cleaned the main viewfinder in full and afterwards the whole thing was superb. Someone bought that camera from me.

On the second one, I broke the prism in question while trying to unglue it. So I removed everything of the WA finder and neatly blackened out the rear and front masks with some black thick paper. The camera became an SP2, sort of, and I used a CV 28-35 Minifinder on top if it. Then someone wanted to buy the camera and I sold it for a reasonable price, as it was, clearly telling that the WA finder was gone and wouldn't come back.

On the third one - which I still have - I lmited myself to gently blow some compressed air in there and to clean the rear and front elements of the whole WA optical unit. There is still a black spot visible at the center of the 35 frame. I live with it.
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New S3 Millennium Edition

This is my new S3 Millennium Edition Nikon rangefinder.

It's my first manual rangefinder (owned a Contax G2 in the mid-1990s). I bought this about 3 months ago--I've always wanted a classic rangefinder from a simpler era. When I decided digital wasn't for me and learned that film wasn't dead, this was the first thing I bought.

When I saw it listed on Amazon, I was skeptical that it was actually "new." After all, it was basically a collector camera and came out 16-17 years ago. I would have figured they had all been snatched up.

I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived--it was still sealed in the factory plastic. I opened the box, and the presentation box was likewise sealed. It must have sat in a warehouse somewhere all this time.

First roll of film I put through it was a roll of Ilford HP5+ B&W. I just got some random shots around my apartment complex and the Scottsdale area. As the camera is a faithful replica of the 1950s S3, it doesn't have a light meter. I used the sunny 16 rule to judge my exposures.

I hadn't developed any film in over 20 years and was pleased that this first roll come out at all, let alone with almost perfect exposures!

My eyes aren't what they used to be, and I had trouble seeing the yellow focus rectangle in the viewfinder, so I just used zone focusing. I was taking pictures outside, in bright sunlight, and none of my subjects were closer than about 10-15 feet away. So everything worked out fine.
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My eyes aren't what they used to be, and I had trouble seeing the yellow focus rectangle in the viewfinder, so I just used zone focusing. I was taking pictures outside, in bright sunlight, and none of my subjects were closer than about 10-15 feet away. So everything worked out fine.
I know what you're talking about with the eyes not being what they used to be. Have you considered putting a diopter on your S3. I know my S2 was just very hard for me to focus, until I made a diopter for it (out of an old Leica M diopter). Now it's a total joy to shoot and I feel like my eyes are like "the old days" where everything is crystal clear.

I've heard, though I don't have an S3 to verify this, that you can use a diopter from a Nikon FG camera on the S3. You may have to modify it slightly with an X-Acto knife. But boy, when you have the right diopter on these old Nikon rangefinders, they are so much fun to shoot.

Just a thought. Enjoy your beautiful S3.

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I know you can modify an FG/FM diopter unit for the SP (I've done it) - the instructions were on the NHS site. This should be the link:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...NTAzMzIz?hl=en

However looking at an image of the S3's eyepiece it's a very different shape to the SP's so I doubt this adaption would work
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