A Little Piece of History

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© Cassandra Bould
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Photo Info
UploadedDecember 16, 2008
TakenMay 4, 2008
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D300
Exposure1/160 sec at f/4.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length60 mm
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This classic Nikon is not a part of my collection, but rather part of a recent exhibit featuring the research of Dr. Jane Goodall. A shot I could not live without taking; and amazing exhibit.

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  • Mark Nelson

    Mark Nelson (Deleted) gave props (15 Dec 2008):

    very cool!!!

  • John W Decker

    John W Decker (Deleted) gave props (24 Jan 2009):

    I owned one of those many, many years ago!

  • Steve Wilson

    Steve Wilson (Deleted) said (13 Apr 2009):

    I have owned and used all of the Nikons from the original "F" without the meter. sadly, I have sold/traded all of them except for my 1974 Nikon F2 Photomic and an array of lenses and other acessories. you know... I regret not keeping it all. my wife thinks I am a packrat. So be it, I am content with what I have kept.
    The f/2 lens is probably the best of the 50's, although the Micro Nikon f/3.5 is thought to be as sharp as they get.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • Ale

    Ale (Deleted) said (30 Dec 2009):

    I have one!

  • David Green

    David Green gave props (6 Dec 2010):

    Love It!!!

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