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Nikkor SLR lenses
Mark Peters : September 13th 2007 - 20:30 CET
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NikonNikkor SLR lenses : Nikon Corporation announce that the production of its Nikkor SLR interchangeable lenses have now passed the 40 million mark across the globe, highlighting how Nikon is maintaining its role as manufacturer of choice for amateur and professional photographers across the world. Every Nikkor lens is designed, developed and produced with the care and attention to detail you’d expect from Nikon, to ensure every enthusiast is able to take the ultimate photographic experience away with them. Each lens undergoes rigorous testing and inspection, allowing for every purchase to be made with total confidence in Nikon’s uncompromising quality controls, in order to meet the needs and exceed expectations of any photographer.
Nikkor SLR lenses Nikkor SLR lenses - F mount lenses
Nikon first introduced Nikkor F mount lenses in 1959, forty-eight years ago, alongside the company’s first SLR, the Nikon F. Photographers immediately fell in love with its extraordinary performance, durability and reliability - passion that is reflected in the proud announcement that production has now surpassed the 40 million mark. When Nikkor branded lenses were first introduced in 1932, the lenses were attached not only to Nikon, but also to Leica and Contax cameras. Since then Nikon has maintained this standard - the 44mm diameter bayonet mount - offering unrivalled compatibility with each new Nikon camera up to the latest digital SLRs. Throughout this, the lenses have adapted to incorporate new technologies and design advances, related to autofocus, increased aperture and the dramatic improvement in acceleration of information exchange with the camera body.

Nikon Nikkor SLR lenses
Nikkor currently has 62 lenses for exclusive use with Nikon SLRs, plus fisheyes, telephotos, zooms and micros and additional accessories. Each lens includes a variety of Nikon technologies - all aimed at improving users’ photography and making the experience the ultimate, for professionals and amateurs alike. Ghosts and flares are reduced by Nano Crystal Coating; ED glass elements with Extra-low Dispersion minimize chromatic aberration with the result of superior sharpness and colour correction.

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Nikon Corporation, a world leader in cameras, imaging and optics, was founded on July 25th, 1917, in Tokyo, Japan. Beginning as an optical firm, Nikon manufactured microscopes, telescopes, surveying equipment and optical measuring devices. Nikkor was adopted as the brand name for the company’s line of photographic lenses in the 1930s. In 1946, the company began producing a 35mm rangefinder camera with an interchangeable lens, the first Nikon camera. The success of the Nikon Rangefinder was followed by the introduction of the classic Nikon F single-lens-reflex (SLR) camera in 1959, built with the technology leadership and precision that characterizes Nikon products. Nikon has continued its leadership into the 21st century with its popular and critically acclaimed film and digital cameras, from the Coolpix consumer line to advanced professional digital SLRs. As a milestone, production figures for the Nikkor interchangeable lenses surpassed the 40 million in August 2007. From its industry-leading cameras to lenses, optics, accessories and software, Nikon is the choice of professional and amateur photographers alike.

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