Thomas Haug

Thomas Haug

Nikon F “Cutaway”, 1960

Nikon F “Cutaway”, 1960

Original factory-made Nikon F cut-away model, made in 1960. The Nikon F was Nikon's first SLR photo camera, and the world first universally adopted 35mm film SLR camera. Nikon F is esentially 1956 Nikon SP rangefinder film camera with a prism added on top plate.

Nikon S2 chrome 1956

Nikon S2 chrome 1956

Nikon S2 chrome with black Nikkor-S.C 1.4/5cm made in 1956. The S2 went on to become the most numerous Nikon Rangefinder, with over 50000 produced. Black Dial Nikon S2's generally shipped with black normal lenses, while Chrome Dial S2's were fitted with chrome lenses. Like earlier Nikons, the…

Nikon S chrome 1952

Nikon S chrome 1952

Nikon S was Nikon's first big sales success camera, and the second most numerous Nikon rangefinder camera with over 35000 made. The very early S are marked "Made In Occupied Japan" imprinted in small lettering on the back leather. A very few S were made…

Nikon S4 chrome 1960

Nikon S4 chrome 1960

Nikon S4 was introduced in March of 1959, just a few months before the incredibly successful Nikon F which would doom the Nikon Rangefinder system. The S4 was never officially exported outside Japan and hence one of the hardest to find Nikon Rangefinders.According to Michael…

Nippon Kogaku Japan Nikkor-O 4/2.1cm 1959

Nippon Kogaku Japan Nikkor-O 4/2.1cm 1959

Nikkor-O 4/2.1cm wide-angle lens in beautiful, almost mint condition, clear glass, with original front cap and rear cap incl. matching finder, with mint hood in separate box, original instructions, mint brown leather case, in matching maker's box. Made in 1959.Nippon Kogaku Japan Nikkor-O 4/2.1cm 1959Nippon…