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Old 04-14-2018   #161
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Two shots of my late mother at Cannon Beach that I just had printed and mounted. These were taken by my dad on his Nikkormat FTn (which was passed down to me around 1990, used for many years, then lost to a thief from my car in Seattle '99 along with most of my Nikkor glass - another story) around 1981 with, I believe, a 50mm Nikkor (can't recall which one) on Kodacolor II 200. Two of my favorite of his.

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A 24mm & a 50mm...Pure Magic
Indeed! Very inspiring thread and wonderful photos, Erik. I lucked into a beautiful FT3 from a member here, with a Nikkor 50/1.8, and I've purchased the Nikkor 24 to go with it. I need to get out and shoot with it now...
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Great, Steve, I always wanted to know if the Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 distorts. The f/2 distorts a tiny little bit, but too much for my taste.

In the old days, on a print, this was not much of a problem, but on a flat computer screen it is.

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Erik, one of my dreams in early 1964 (February) was to buy a Nikkor/Mat/Rex. I can't remember which it was. Obviously, I never did but I do know that it had removable lenses and had a (new then) Copal shutter.

What is the difference and time line? Sorry to break into this thread.
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Thanks, Erik. I will load up the Nikkormat and go in search of brick walls or buildings with straight lines...
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Erik, one of my dreams in early 1964 (February) was to buy a Nikkor/Mat/Rex. I can't remember which it was. Obviously, I never did but I do know that it had removable lenses and had a (new then) Copal shutter.

What is the difference and time line? Sorry to break into this thread.
I think you mean a Nikkorex. I do not know much about it exept that it was built by Mamiya.

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I think you mean a Nikkorex. I do not know much about it exept that it was built by Mamiya.

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$34 bought me a FTN , not pristine but works. Ft owned by me for 5 years now, $60.
Works well

FE2 is also in my collection. Three F2 also reside at my home. Lenses are from AiS and I use them on Digital.

Got to get out and use them more.
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From a test roll through a new-to-me Nikomat FTn. Does anybody know what the "mat" in Nikomat means in Japanese? Is it the same "mat" in Yashica-Mat?

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2nd generation Chevelle Malibu 350, contemporaneous with the Nikomat FTn.

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Nikkormat FTn, Nikkor H Auto 50mm f/2, 400-2TMY.

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Hi, I didnít knew this thread and I have to say your work is amazing Erik, you are one of my favorite photographers now!

I found this thread looking for Nikkormat EL feedback, to have AE on my non AI lenses (35/2 O and 105/2.5) but apparently is not a popular model here...
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Thank you, jssaraiva, I think that the electronic shutters of a lot of EL's have not survived, but most FTn's, FT2's and FT3's are still going strong.

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The EL is a great camera, but it took me a while to find one that was accurate. I haven't come across any shutter issues, but I have wound up with plenty that have inaccurate meters. They can still be used fine with a handheld meter, but without the AE, you might as well get an FTn/2/3. The EL2 supposedly has a much better meter (I think this was when they swapped from CDS to selenium cells?) that has weathered time well.
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The EL2 supposedly has a much better meter (I think this was when they swapped from CDS to selenium cells?)
I guess they swapped from cadmium sulfide cells to photodiodes. Selenium cells are big and not sensitive enough. They were in those years already oldfashioned.

Personally I like the looks of the early Nikkormat FTn, above all the black ones.

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I guess they swapped from cadmium sulfide cells to photodiodes. Selenium cells are big and not sensitive enough. They were in those years already oldfashioned.

Personally I like the looks of the early Nikkormat FTn, above all the black ones.

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Thank you for the correction. I remembered reading somewhere about the metering change, but couldn't remember the specifics.

I think any black paint Nikkormat/Nikomat is a great looking camera, but I think I slightly favor the FT2. Right now I have an EL and FT2 in the rotation. Any of the mechanical ones are a fantastic value right now. They're built like a tank.
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Very Nice! Good pictures can be had anywhere, if one has an eye for them!
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Very Nice! Good pictures can be had anywhere, if one has an eye for them!
Thanks, Rob-F! It was actually pretty dark in the restaurant, but there was one sliver of light hitting the sauces. Using a new-to-me camera, so I wanted to test the accuracy of the meter in low light. I think I opened up all the way to f/2 and hoped for the best at 1/8, with elbows braced on the table. Turned out much better than expected!
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FT3 with CV40/2, Cinestill BW-XX. There is something reassuring about the build of a Nikkormat. All that heavy metal...

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Meters in Nikkormats

I have to respectfully disagree about "most meters don't work or are inaccurate"

I have owned 4 Nikkormats (currently own an FTn and FT2). The meters in all 4 cameras worked and were reasonably accurate for my uses with Tri X, Delta 400 and Delta 100.

I will admit that they can be "jumpy" from time to time, but other than that I have had no issues.

I also have an F and an F2, and the meters work just fine in them as well.
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markk you've had better luck than I have. While I haven't come across any dead meters on my quest, I have only had a couple that have come within one stop of my Digisix 2. The majority have been 2+ stops off, with additional variances between daylight and artificial light.
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I must have gotten lucky, because the meter on mine seems to work ok. It does jump when grossly over- or underexposed, but otherwise seems to take accurate readings.

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Nobody knows what the "mat" in Nikomat/Nikkormat means?

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Nobody knows what the "mat" in Nikomat/Nikkormat means?
Ok, after some Google-fu, I found out that the "mat" in Nikomat is マート. Google Translate says that means "mart". Can any Japanese speakers confirm, or is there something lost in translation? I wonder why mart becomes mat.

Apparently, there was also a literal Nikomart convenience store, which has since gone bankrupt.
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I think I read somewhere that it referred to the automatic mirror return, which was still kind of a big deal when the original Nikomat/Nikkormat models came out, especially for a consumer grade camera. This is a VERY vague recollection of something read years ago. Hopefully someone can confirm?
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A little more digging turned up this link:
http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...rmat/index.htm

"...the name "Nikomat", sounds like "Ikomat" in Japan where it is a trade name of Zeiss Ikon, Germany.... "Nikon" was once a legal claim from Zeiss Ikon that it is not supposed to be used on camera bodies, so the name "Nikkor" was used instead for some of the Nikon's products in some countries in Europe during those early years."
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From the FT on any camera body with the Nikkormat or Nikomat names
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