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   Nikon F2
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1 1918 Wed March 1, 2017
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
Best Offer None Fair
Description:

Nikon F2 /w DE-1 prism:

 

If you are looking for a perfectly smooth and shiny F2, this is NOT a camera you want. Finder is missing a "Nikon" name plate (otherwise it does the job, I can't spot any desilvering or dirt worth mentioning in the finder). Body has numerous dents, scratches and has a name and phone number scratched into the back. Light seals and mirror bump rubber will need to be replaced at some point, but there are absoultely no light leaks. Everything on the camera works, battery compartment is clean. I've tested all the speeds with slide film and they all give good and same exposure on film (I obviously don't have a way to check whether 1/60s is 1/60s or 1/55s...).

 

Price: 115 EUR

 

Payment: PayPal fees included, shipping at cost (should be less than 15 EUR anywhere in the world; fully insured if insurance is available for your country) 

(I've sold here on RFF and on eBay (boarchi) with 100% good feedback)

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Registered: May 2009
Posts: 75
Comment Date: Wed March 1, 2017

What is the difference between a 5400 and 5400 II?

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brbo
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Comment Date: Thu March 2, 2017

Different light source, cold cathode (5400) vs led (5400 II). Leds should have longer life span.


5400 II is a bit faster, but that is only because it uses higher sensor gain (more noise and banding in shadows, effectively lower Drange).


5400 II doesn't have "grain dissolver" filter. I had both scanners and the only way to get rid of "pepper grain" on some scans from very high resolution film (like Provia 100F or Vision3 50D) and 5400dpi scanning resolution was to use grain dissolver. But it's not that big of an issue, rarely noticable, I wouldn't base my purchase on that feature alone unless grain is something that you really hate and must do everything to suppress it at all cost.


Of all my Minoltas the only one that broke down was 5400 II (film transport mechanism).


5400 II sells at a higher price now (even though it was cheaper than the original when introduced to the market).



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Comment Date: Tue March 7, 2017

Sale pending...



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Comment Date: Wed March 15, 2017

Scanner is now SOLD.



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