Nikon Press Center PMA 2009 Celebrating 50 Years Of The F-Mount Lens

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G lens, the latest in the long history of Nikon optical quality

At PMA, Nikon celebrates the 50th anniversary of its legendary F-mount lens-mounting system, employed on the company’s lens-interchangeable SLR cameras and NIKKOR lenses. Only Nikon has sustained an original lens mount for such an extraordinary period, ensuring that photography enthusiasts and professionals can continue to leverage their previous investments, while still taking advantage of new innovations. At PMA, Nikon will display the full range of world-class NIKKOR lenses.

The lenses represent a part of Nikon’s complete high-performance Digital Imaging System featured at PMA, including the complete line of digital SLR cameras, the full COOLPIX line of cameras and accessories, high-quality COOLSCAN scanners, I-TTL capable Speedlight systems and other accessories. When combined with the latest Nikon software, the complete product line demonstrates the strength of the total digital imaging solution Nikon can offer photographers and imaging professionals.

Nikon Press Center PMA 2009 Celebrating 50 Years Of The F-Mount Lens

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One Response to “Nikon Press Center PMA 2009 Celebrating 50 Years Of The F-Mount Lens”

  1. Jason Says:

    Years ago when I prepared to purchase my first digital SLR. Like many, I was choosing between the superpowers that were/are Nikon and Canon, however unlike many I had both systems. I had a mixture of Canon SLR’s like the manual focus Canon AE-1 and the autofocus Canon Elan IIe and a Nikon F100.

    My decision came down to many things such as price point, what I was shooting, and ultimately how much of the photographic equipment I currently had would be applicable to my new investment? Having an equal number of lenses and flashes on both Canon and Nikon I choose the Fuji S2. Based on the Nikon N80 it felt right in my hand but more importantly any Nikon F mount lens could go on it. All Nikon camera would accept the F mount whereas the Canon would not.

    Today, Nikon continues merging the old with the new. Given the lack of full frame, Nikon’s new 35mm 1.8 gives photographers that 50mm 1.8 everyone needs, has, wants. 50 years of technology, and going strong the Nikon mount is this year, but more importantly this is not a lens that will eventually be a paperweight or a decision maker or breaker for an aspiring photographer. No sleepless night for him as I had the night before emptying my bank account on a digital SLR, Nikon F mount lenses are timeless.

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