Nikon Nikomat FS & Nikkor 50mm 1.4
Nikon Nikkormat FS - Analog Reflex Camera 24*36
Film format: 35mm
Years of production: From 1975
Light meter: No
Energy: None, mechanical camera
Lens: Nikon Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.4
We check and restore our analog cameras in our workshops in Lyon since 2012.
This model is a nice Nikon Nikomat FS. A manual reflex without light meter .
This camera has speeds from 1s to 1/1000s, Bulb and a flash synchronisation at M and X.
This camera has been fully checked and is ready to work. Everything is working: shutter, shutter speeds, mirror, self timer,... Please note: There's a tiny scratch on the mirror. Some traces on the viewfinder.
You don't need battery for this camera.
This model is sold with its lens:
Nikon Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.4. The lens is clean, without fungus. Please note: There're some internal dusts and tiny scratches on the front lens. There's a choc on the filter that avoid its functionality. The focus leather ring moves a little. The focus ring has some light friction that doesn't affect focusing.
All our cameras are antiques and may wear signs of use. The pictures will give you a better glimpse of the condition.
- Film Format
- 35mm / 135
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This film can be used in many situations.
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Particularly suited for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Packshots...
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This film can be shot from 32 to 100 ISO.
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