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Nikon stops with FILM

January 11, 2006 | Comments (0)
“As a result of the new strategy Nikon will discontinue production of all lenses for large format cameras and enlarging lenses with sales of these products ceasing as soon as they run out of stock.”

It seems that Nikon is one of the first companies to stop with Film camera’s. This Nikon press release shows that it stops manufacturing all film cameras except for the Fm10 and Nikon F6.

“In recognition of Nikon’s commitment to professional photographers we will continue to manufacturer and sell the F6 — our flagship film model — as well as a number of manual interchangeable lenses. Sales of the manual FM10 will also continue outside Europe.”


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