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Nikon F6 - where can I buy one new?
Old 02-15-2019   #1
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Nikon F6 - where can I buy one new?

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I believe the title says it all. I'm thinking of buying a new Nikon F6 - as it's generally agreed it's still in production. But where can I find one in Europe (to buy online)? Any ideas?

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Grays of Westminster in London sell them new - but don't have online ordering, just old fashioned telephone ordering.
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Peter Walnes has a mint, used one, just arrived. He ships anywhere.

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Search Japanese eBay, many excellent condition Nikons there, not only F6 but also F5 and older models. Just prepare to pay customs fees when package enters Europe.
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Hi everyone,

I believe the title says it all. I'm thinking of buying a new Nikon F6 - as it's generally agreed it's still in production. But where can I find one in Europe (to buy online)? Any ideas?

Thanks,
Alex
Hi Alex,

in Europe you can get the F6 for example in Germany at
- Nikon Germany directly:
https://www.nikon.de/de_DE/product/f...-slr-camera-f6

- Brenner Fotoversand:
https://www.fotobrenner.de/kameras/a...gehaeuse?c=132

- Amazon:
https://www.amazon.de/Nikon-FAA410NA...words=Nikon+F6

And most of the bigger German dealers with local shops (chains) like Foto Gregor, Foto Leistenschneider, Fotomax can order it for you, too.

As someone who is using the F6 with MB-40 vertical grip for years I highly recommend it. The best 35mm SLR ever built. Period.
I've used mine just today, and have shot the new Adox HR-50 film .
Go for a brand new F6, you will not regret it.

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Thank you, everyone, for your help. Before posting here, all my attempts to find this piece of info on google were in vain. I shall consider all the suggestions. Once again, thank you!
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Hi everyone,

I believe the title says it all. I'm thinking of buying a new Nikon F6 - as it's generally agreed it's still in production. But where can I find one in Europe (to buy online)? Any ideas?

Thanks,
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$2600 for a brand new one, or $900 for a mint one, with return privileges if you dont like it (ebay). I'm not sure what the extra $1700 buys you.
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$2600 for a brand new one, or $900 for a mint one, with return privileges if you dont like it (ebay). I'm not sure what the extra $1700 buys you.

In Britain, the difference between a second one in mint condition and a new one is about 1000 pounds, which is less than 1300 US dollars. True, it's a huge amount. But... You do get the piece of mind. Then you help Nikon keeping the production of the F6 alive. Then you get new electronics, as we all know that the electronics will fail first. An unused F6 from 10 years ago might have only 10 years of useful life, simply because the electronics will eventually fail. A new F6 might double the life expectancy. And, fourth, I'm one of those with hard luck finding used cameras in good condition. I've been burnt too many times. I think the shipping costs for various returns would have bought a nice camera. Of course, I exaggerate, but you get the point. For how advanced it is, the F6 in new condition is an absolute bargain compared to the Leica MP.
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In Britain, the difference between a second one in mint condition and a new one is about 1000 pounds, which is less than 1300 US dollars. True, it's a huge amount. But... You do get the piece of mind. Then you help Nikon keeping the production of the F6 alive. Then you get new electronics, as we all know that the electronics will fail first. An unused F6 from 10 years ago might have only 10 years of useful life, simply because the electronics will eventually fail. A new F6 might double the life expectancy. And, fourth, I'm one of those with hard luck finding used cameras in good condition. I've been burnt too many times. I think the shipping costs for various returns would have bought a nice camera. Of course, I exaggerate, but you get the point. For how advanced it is, the F6 in new condition is an absolute bargain compared to the Leica MP.
+1.
But you can be much more optimistic concerning the long term stability of electronics. Have a look at the first electronic cameras which were introduced in the 70ies like the Canon AE-1. Most of them are still working after 40 years. And those which are defunct mostly died because of crashed mechanics.
For example when the Nikon F3 was introduced, most professionals were rather sceptical because of the electronics. But in a few years the F3 has proven its reliability and now it belongs to the most legendary cameras.

If the electronic is very well made, it will last very very long. And the F6 is made with highest professional standards, for long term professional use.
If you take a bit care for it, it will certainly last for at least 35 years, probably for much longer.
And for such a long time the price of a new F6 is negligible. It are just some bucks per year.
A new F6 used for decades is not only one of the best options, but also one of the cheapest options for an outstanding SLR.
I am using one, too. For more than a decade now. And it works perfectly. Dream camera.
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+1.

For example when the Nikon F3 was introduced, most professionals were rather sceptical because of the electronics. But in a few years the F3 has proven its reliability and now it belongs to the most legendary cameras.
But oh, it does have a weak-point. Underneath that weird hot shoe on top of the rewind knob is a wafer-thin glass resister plate. I cracked that twice when banging a mounted flash that stressed the assembly. Once that glass plate is cracked, the metering system is shot and the camera will only shoot at the mechanical 1/80 second shutter speed. I purchased the resister plate from Nikon twice during the 90's, $25 each time, and had the Nikon authorized repair shop here in Dallas repair it.

To my knowledge, that $25 resister plate is no longer being manufactured and I would imagine there will start to be F3's with un-repairable resister plates all over the place one day soon. I actually thought at one point about buying several of them from Nikon to sell at some point but never followed through.

Today, 10 times out of 10, I'd rather buy a nice F2AS.
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But oh, it does have a weak-point. Underneath that weird hot shoe on top of the rewind knob is a wafer-thin glass resister plate. I cracked that twice when banging a mounted flash that stressed the assembly. Once that glass plate is cracked, the metering system is shot and the camera will only shoot at the mechanical 1/80 second shutter speed. I purchased the resister plate from Nikon twice during the 90's, $25 each time, and had the Nikon authorized repair shop here in Dallas repair it.

To my knowledge, that $25 resister plate is no longer being manufactured and I would imagine there will start to be F3's with un-repairable resister plates all over the place one day soon.
Maybe that will happen, maybe not. We will see.
But even if that happens in the coming years, than the F3 will have served for more than 40 years. Someone who bought one new in 1980, which then maybe get defunct in 2023, have had made a really great purchase!
Have you ever had a car which lasted so long for you?

If someone buys a brand new F6 today, which then maybe fail 40 years later, will also have made an outstanding purchase with excellent price-performance ratio.

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Today, 10 times out of 10, I'd rather buy a nice F2AS.
I won't. Every F2 today is very old with lots of shutter counts / "mileage". And I don't know how much it was abused by the pre-owners. The likeliness that its get defunct in the next years is much higher than that a brand new F6 gets problems.
But, even much more important to me:
The F2 limits my photographic possibilities. With the F6 I can do so much more, it offers so much more possibilities and creativity to me that it is a no brainer for me.
There is a reason why my most used Nikon is the F6, and my old mechanical Nikons are mostly staying in the cupboard.
The F6 does not limit me.
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I cracked that twice when banging a mounted flash that stressed the assembly. Once that glass plate is cracked, the metering system is shot and the camera will only shoot at the mechanical 1/80 second shutter speed. I purchased the resister plate from Nikon twice during the 90's, $25 each time, and had the Nikon authorized repair shop here in Dallas repair it.

To my knowledge, that $25 resister plate is no longer being manufactured and I would imagine there will start to be F3's with unrepairable resister plates all over the place one day soon.
On the other side of the coin, though, I might imagine that most people shooting an F3 nowadays are doing so without using flash, so hopefully impact damage caused by bumping the flash slows to only a tiny trickle.
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Terrible thread... igniting my dormant GAS...
I know that feeling. Most threads on the RFF have this effect...
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Beware the gray market cameras. I'm not sure how it works in other parts of the world, but in the US, Nikon will not honor a warranty on those. I would just go w/ a good used one rather than a new one. Those things are nearly impossible to kill. I prefer the n8008s cameras because you can buy them for $30 and they have every feature I would ever need, including matrix, center and spot metering, focus screens that can be replaced in 10 seconds, a 1/8000 top shutter speed, and easy to find AA batteries.
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There are three Nikon Professional camera stores in Romania.

https://www.nikonisti.ro/parteneri

I'm sure any one of them would be happy to get an F6 for you.
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If people are still shooting electronic cameras from the '80s and '90s, there's no worry at all about buying a used F6. For a $1700 savings, you can buy two and still have money, a lot of money, left over compared to buying a new one.
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If people are still shooting electronic cameras from the '80s and '90s, there's no worry at all about buying a used F6. For a $1700 savings, you can buy two and still have money, a lot of money, left over compared to buying a new one.
Actually there is. Look up/google tin whiskers.
Those old electronic cameras used lead flux, but that has been banned due to the effects to the environment. It has been replaced with tin which has life expectancy issues in electronics. Something that lead flux was immune to.

edit - it seems mfgs are mitigating the effects of whiskers via coatings of the related parts.
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https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...Autofocus.html


True, in the states but at this price may be worth the shipping and VAT. Me I have a difficult time in deciphering why this is better than my F100. Or F2. Or Nikkormat -
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This always confuses me.

The guy says he wants new.

Fine.

He even went so far as to give reasons.

Good reasons.

Again, fine.

Yet many posters are doing their best to convince him to buy a used camera.

???Why???

...and then we whine that no one is building new cameras and that the film revival cannot continue unless there are new cameras available.

...???...
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This always confuses me.

The guy says he wants new.

Fine.

He even went so far as to give reasons.

Good reasons.

Again, fine.

Yet many posters are doing their best to convince him to buy a used camera.

???Why???

...and then we whine that no one is building new cameras and that the film revival cannot continue unless there are new cameras available.

...???...
Thank you, Pioneer. Not that I don't appreciate everybody's input. I certainly do. There is a big difference between new and second hand, although the much quoted sum of 1700 dollars is exaggerated.

I'll try to buy it locally. Actually, yesterday I already visited the largest camera retailer in my home country, F64, and they told me they are going to call me in a couple of days. If I buy it from them, I can even pay it in 24 monthly installments (without interest), which is not bad.

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There is a big difference between new and second hand, although the much quoted sum of 1700 dollars is exaggerated.

Not even a little bit.
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Not even a little bit.
A brand new Nikon F6 at Grays of Westminster is 1899GBP. A mint condition (not like-new condition) Nikon F6 sold by Peter Walnes is 875GBP. In US dollars, the difference is about 1300. So, again, the quoted 1700 is an exaggeration.
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A brand new Nikon F6 at Grays of Westminster is 1899GBP. A mint condition (not like-new condition) Nikon F6 sold by Peter Walnes is 875GBP. In US dollars, the difference is about 1300. So, again, the quoted 1700 is an exaggeration.
Mint condition F6's are found on ebay for $900.

A new one at B & H is $2546.

That's $1646 more expensive. So yeah, I guess I did exaggerate by $54.
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This always confuses me.

The guy says he wants new.

Fine.

He even went so far as to give reasons.

Good reasons.

Again, fine.

Yet many posters are doing their best to convince him to buy a used camera.

???Why???

...and then we whine that no one is building new cameras and that the film revival cannot continue unless there are new cameras available.

...???...
Exactly!!
You've nailed it.

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This always confuses me.

The guy says he wants new.

Fine.

He even went so far as to give reasons.

Good reasons.

Again, fine.

Yet many posters are doing their best to convince him to buy a used camera.

???Why???

...and then we whine that no one is building new cameras and that the film revival cannot continue unless there are new cameras available.

...???...
Because they are trolls who are ALWAYS CORRECT! and will continue insisting until all others are silent, despite having made all of their points repeatedly. It's a disturbing trend on RFF. Over the years RFF has generally been civil and friendly, but that may be changing.
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Because they are trolls who are ALWAYS CORRECT! and will continue insisting until all others are silent, despite having made all of their points repeatedly. It's a disturbing trend on RFF. Over the years RFF has generally been civil and friendly, but that may be changing.
RFF has always had this element and in my opinion it has been much worse historically. The advent of social media has taken a lot of them away where they can express their curmudgeonly opinions with few repercussions.
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RFF has always had this element and in my opinion it has been much worse historically. The advent of social media has taken a lot of them away where they can express their curmudgeonly opinions with few repercussions.
Keith,

I hope that you are correct. I've been active for less than a year this time, having gone silent for 3 years or so.

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I hope that you are correct. I've been active for less than a year this time, having gone silent for 3 years or so.

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Reasonably well behaved but certainly not the buzz that it used to have in my opinion.
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I bought my Canon 1V off ebay many years ago. I dont recall the price difference from a new one at the time but it was easily $1000 or more cheaper. It's been flawless all these years.
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Here's a vid I learned about the new and used camera shopping from Japan https://youtu.be/iqyFuf9_sd8
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My two cents...if and when living in Romania, I'd buy a brand-new one.
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Hopefully it works out with your local suppliers and what a great thing to be buying.
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Hi everyone,

Just a quick update. Today I ordered the F6 and the MB-40 from a local dealer. In two weeks to one month, I shall be the proud owner. I wonder what serial number will I get... Above 40000 or below?

I'll let you know when it arrives.

Once again, thank you for your support.

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Hi everyone,

Just a quick update. Today I ordered the F6 and the MB-40 from a local dealer. In two weeks to one month, I shall be the proud owner. I wonder what serial number will I get... Above 40000 or below?

I'll let you know when it arrives.

Once again, thank you for your support.

Regards,
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Congrats on the new camera. May the time to wait blow by quickly and you shoot a lot of film. What lens will be attaching to this beaut?
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Congrats on the new camera. May the time to wait blow by quickly and you shoot a lot of film. What lens will be attaching to this beaut?
Ted, I guess I'll be the laughing stock of this forum, but I have to face it: I have no lenses in F mount. I have several in M mount, but no F mount... So... I don't know. I'll probably start with 35 or a 50 and then go longer. For wide angle, I shall use my M6 with the Zeiss 25/2.8.

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Ted, I guess I'll be the laughing stock of this forum, but I have to face it: I have no lenses in F mount. I have several in M mount, but no F mount... So... I don't know. I'll probably start with 35 or a 50 and then go longer. For wide angle, I shall use my M6 with the Zeiss 25/2.8.

Thank you for your kind words!
I have to admit, that's pretty funny. Well, have fun shopping for a new lens.
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Hi everyone,

Just a quick update. Today I ordered the F6 and the MB-40 from a local dealer. In two weeks to one month, I shall be the proud owner. I wonder what serial number will I get... Above 40000 or below?

I'll let you know when it arrives.

Once again, thank you for your support.

Regards,
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Hi Alex,
congratulations! I wish you lots of fun with your new F6!
Concerning serial number:
The latest reported serial numbers 2-3 months ago were in the 0035636 - 0035650 range, if I remember right (have a look at the F6 serial numbers thread in this subforum ).
Concerning lens:
A good starter would be the current Nikkor AF-S 1.8/50G. A very solid performer at a very attractive price, with an excellent price-performance ratio.
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