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Nikon launched special website for Nikkor lenses
Mark Peters : April 28th 2005 - 15:00 CET
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NikonNikon launched special website for Nikkor lenses : Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of its Nikkor special website on April 20, 2005, to commemorate total production of more than 35 million Nikkor lenses. Our popular range of Nikkor lenses, which have been loved by customers for more than 70 years, is featured under such categories as philosophy, history, technology and achievement. This attractive site offers you a wealth of information to help you increase your enjoyment and use of Nikkor lenses, and is equally suited to long-time Nikkor fans, the owners of a Nikon digital SLR with a Nikkor lens as well as those who are still thinking about buying a Nikkor lens. We promise that you won’t be disappointed.
Nikon launched special website for Nikkor lensesNikkor lenses - Reputation
After its introduction in the 1930s, the Nikkor, one of the first professional photographic lenses made in Japan, won high regard from photo enthusiasts worldwide. Nikkor lenses have always been manufactured to meet the most stringent requirements in the industry. From manual-focus lenses to the current DX-Nikkor lenses for the Nikon DX format, each Nikkor has been created to meet the demands of photographers and the evolution of our camera bodies.

Nikon lenses - Super Integrated Coating
Nikon’s exclusive multilayer lens coating, Nikon Super Integrated Coating, offers high permeability in broader wavelengths. As a result, flare and ghosting are virtually negligible in all current Nikkor lenses. The lenses have been created to offer superior performance, even with the recent range of high-definition digital SLR cameras. Nikon meanwhile continues to develop new technologies, including the Nano Crystal Coat.





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