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Rare Nikon SP and S2 Instructions (also Canon 7)
Old 06-04-2017   #1
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Rare Nikon SP and S2 Instructions (also Canon 7)

I own the original instructions for the Nikon SP, S2 and Canon 7. Would anyone be interested in a full scan of all pages?

I might scan and post everything here.

After that, if anyone would be interested in the originals for their collection, drop me a PN.

Here are the covers:
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I own the original instructions for the Nikon SP, S2 and Canon 7. Would anyone be interested in a full scan of all pages?

I might scan and post everything here.

After that, if anyone would be interested in the originals for their collection, drop me a PN.

Here are the covers:
Seeing the whole manual for the S2 would be super!
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I agree! That would be so good.
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Yes please and than you!

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Yes, interested in a scan.
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I would love the s2 manual to see! Scan away
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just realized that I have the original SP manual....but it's in Japanese
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