Nikon Products 1917-1999

Nikon Products 1917-1999

1917

Nippon Kogaku K.K. (Nikon Corporation) established on July 25

1948

Nikon Camera(Nikon I)Nikon I Nikon’s first compact-size rangefinder (RF), focal plane shutter 35mm (135) format camera. Unique 24 x 32mm picture format (‘Nikon-Ban’)

1949

Nikon MNikon M Nikon M, the second RF camera with a 24 × 34mm picture format
Nikon SNikon S Nikon S, RF camera, built-in flash synchronization (‘F’ and ‘S’contacts)

1954

Nikon S2Nikon S2 24 x 36mm picture format, lightweight and strong aluminum die-cast body, 1.0x magnification viewfinder, The first Japanese camera to incorporate a film advance lever and a rewind crank, S2E accepts the world’s first battery-powered motor drive

1957

Nikon SPNikon SP Dual viewfinders (5+8.5+10.5+13.5cm and 3.5 and 2.8cm) Built-in self-timer. The later model features titanium shutter curtains, coupled to Selen Nikon Meter, accepts battery-powered motor drive (3 fps)

1958

Nikon S3Nikon S3 A basic model of the Nikon SP (1957), Three viewfinder frames (3.5, 5 and 10.5cm)

1959

Nikon S4Nikon S4 Nikon S4, Simplified version of the Nikon S3 (1958) Two viewfinder frames (5 and 10.5cm)
Nikon F (NIKKOR F)Nikon F (Nikkor F) Nikon F (NIKKOR F), A system oriented, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera with interchangeable viewfinders, focusing screens and motor drive capability, and coupled to Nikon F Meter

1960

NIKKOREX 35NIKKOREX 35 NIKKOREX 35, Lens shutter SLR (fixed 50mm f/2.5 lens) Wide and Tele converters available Includes a built-in external Selen exposure meter
Nikon S3MNikon S3M Nikon S3M, The first 17.5 x 24mm frame RF camera, accepts the motor drive for continuous shooting up to 6 fps

1962

Nikon F PhotomicNikon F Photomic Nikon F Photomic, Nikon’s first Photomic finder for the Nikon F (1959); viewfinder includes a built-in external CdS-cell exposure meter coupled to the NIKKOR lens aperture and shutter speed
NIKKOREX 35/2 (35II)NIKKOREX 35-2 (35II) NIKKOREX 35/2 (35II), Successor to the NIKKOREX 35 (1960) Improved lens shutter units.
NIKKOREX F (NIKKOR J)NIKKOREX F (NIKKORJ) NIKKOREX F (NIKKOR J), Fixed pentaprism SLR having vertical traveling focal plane shutter; 1/125 s flash sync, hinged camera back and coupled to NIKKOREX F Meter

1963

NIKKOREX ZOOM 35NIKKOREX ZOOM35 NIKKOREX ZOOM 35, Successor to the NIKKOREX 35/2 (1962); fixed with Zoom-NIKKOR 43-86mm f/3.5
NIKONOS (Calypso/NIKKOR)NIKONOS (Calypso-NIKKOR) NIKONOS (Calypso/NIKKOR), Nikon’s first underwater (all weather) camera, Enables picture-taking down to 50 m underwater

1964

Nikon AUTO35(NIKKOREX AUTO35)Nikon AUTO35 First Nikon AE camera with shutter-priority auto [S] mode, Lens shutter SLR (fixed 48mm f/2) with Quick-return mirror

1965

Nikomat (Nikkormat) FTNikomat-Nikkormat FT Nikomat (Nikkormat) FT, SLR with fixed pentaprism having a built-in TTL exposure meter and vertical traveling focal plane shutter
Nikomat (Nikkormat)FSNikomat-Nikkomat FS Nikomat (Nikkormat) FS, Simplified version of the Nikomat FT without an exposure meter or mirror look-up
Nikon F Photomic TNikon F Photomic T Nikon F Photomic T, Nikon’s first camera with a built-in TTL exposure meter

1967

Nikon F Photomic TNNikon F Photomic TN Nikon F Photomic TN, Nikon’s first camera with a center-weighted exposure metering system
Nikomat (Nikkormat) FTN Nikomat (Nikkormat) FTN, Nikomat FT (1965) with center-weighted metering, Semi-automatic maximum aperture indexing

1968

Nikon Photomic FTN Nikon Photomic FTN, Shutter speeds displayed in the viewfinder
Semi-automatic maximum aperture indexing
NIKONOS IINIKONOS II NIKONOS II, Modified version of the NIKONOS (1963) with film rewind crank

1971

Nikon F2 Nikon F2, Improved version of the Nikon F series (1959~) featuring shutter speeds from 10 to 1/2,000 s, built-in ready-light, large-size reflex mirror and hinged camera back
Nikon F2 Photomic Nikon F2 Photomic, DP-1 photomic viewfinder CdS meter; shutter speed, aperture, and meter needle displayed in the viewfinder

1972

Nikomat (Nikkormat) EL First Nikon camera to offer aperture-priority AE [A] with exposure memory lock

1973

Nikon F2 Photomic S Exposure information displayed with two LEDs, Automatic [S] control when using the EE Control Unit DS-1

1975

Nikomat (Nikkormat) FT2 Nikomat (Nikkormat) FT2, Modified version of the Nikomat FTN (1967) ISO-type hot-shoe contact and sync terminal with built-in, automatic M-X switchover
NIKONOS-III NIKONOS-III, Improved film advance version of NIKONOS II (1968) Built-in bright frame in the viewfinder

1976

Nikomat (Nikkormat) ELW Nikomat (Nikkormat) ELW, Modified version of the Nikomat EL (1972)Automatic Winder AW-1 can be used
Nikon F2 Photomic SB Nikon F2 Photomic SB, Modified version of the F2 Photomic S (1973) with SPD (Silicon Photo Diode) meter and eyepiece shutter

1977

Nikon F2 Photomic A Nikon F2 Photomic A, AI (Automatic maximum aperture Indexing) version of the F2 Photomic (1971)
Nikomat (Nikkormat) FT3 Nikomat (Nikkormat) FT3, AI version of the Nikomat FT2 (1975)
Nikon FM Nikon FM, Manual exposure SPD meter with precise LEDs displayUsable with Motor Drive MD-11
Nikon EL2 Nikon EL2, AI version of the Nikomat ELW (1976), featuring SPD meterShutter speed: 1/1,000 to 8 s
Nikon F2 Photomic AS Nikon F2 Photomic AS, AI version of the F2 Photomic SB (1976)

1978

Nikon FE A sister model of the Nikon FM (1977) with Aperture-Priority Auto [A] mode, Usable with Motor Drive MD-12

1979

Nikon EM Ultra-compact and lightweight (460 g) TTL-AE SLR, Built-in automatic alarm system, Motor Drive MD-E can be used

1980

Nikon F3 Nikon F3, Fully automatic, state-of-the-art camera replaces the Nikon F2 series (1971~) Aperture-Priority Auto [A] with step-less shutter speeds from 8 to 1/2,000 s, TTL flash control, Motor Drive MD-4 for up to 6 fps
NIKONOS IV-A NIKONOS IV-A, A built-in TTL exposure meter and Aperture-Priority Auto [A], Hinged camera back

1982

Nikon F3 high-eye-point Nikon F3 high-eye-point, Long eye relief up to 25 mm away (w/DE-3 Finder)
Nikon FM2 Nikon FM2, Upgraded Nikon FM (1977) with max. shutter speed of 1/4,000 s, and 1/200 s flash sync, Honeycomb patterned titanium shutter curtains, Fixed type meter coupling lever
Nikon FG Nikon FG, Upgraded Nikon EM (1980) with Programmed [P], [S], [M] modes and TTL flash control, Usable with MD-14 and MD-E
Nikon F3/T Nikon F3/T, The F3 high-eye-point (1982) armored with titanium.

1983

Nikon F3AF Nikon F3AF, TTL autofocus (AF) version of the Nikon F3, AF is possible with AF NIKKOR 80mm f/2.8 and AF 200mm f/3.5 IF-ED
Nikon FE2 Nikon FE2, Upgraded FE (1978) with max. shutter speed of 1/4,000 s and 1/250 s flash sync, TTL flash control
Nikon L35AF/L35AD Nikon L35AF/L35AD, Nikon’s first AF, AE 35mm (135) format lens-shutter camera, offering 35mm f/2.8 lens and 9 fully automatic features, AD stands for Auto Date (currently referred to as QD)
Nikon FA Nikon FA, Upgraded FE2 and world’s first camera with (5-segment) Matrix Metering system, Awarded the first Camera Grand Prix prize in Japan, Usable with Motor Drive MD-15

1984

Nikon L135AF Nikon L135AF, LS camera with 35mm f/3.5 lens and a built-in barrier-type lens cap
Nikon FG-20 Nikon FG-20, Upgraded EM (1980) with [M] mode, Motor Drive MD-14 and MD-E can be used
Nikon FM2 (FM2N) Nikon FM2 (FM2N), Upgraded FM2 with 1/250 s sync
NIKONOS-V NIKONOS-V, Upgraded IV-A (1980) with [M] mode and TTL flash control

1985

Nikon F-301 (N2000) Nikon F-301 (N2000), Nikon’s first SLR with integral-motor offering auto film winding at up to 2.5 fps, automatic film loading and ISO (DX-code) setting
Nikon L35AF2/L35AD2 Nikon L35AF2/L35AD2 (One-Touch), Upgraded Nikon L35AF (1983) with 11 fully automatic features, A built-in barrier-type lens cap

1986

Nikon F-501 (N2020) Nikon F-501 (N2020), Upgraded F-301 (1985), the integral dual AF SLR, Focus-priority Single-Servo AF [S-AF] and Continuous-Servo AF [C-AF]
Nikon L35TWAF/L35TWAD Nikon L35TWAF/L35TWAD (Tele-Touch), LS camera with dual lens (35mm f/3.5 [W], 70mm f/5.6 [T]), Step-less pinpoint AF system and 0.4 m macro
Nikon L35AWAF/L35AWAD Nikon L35AWAF/L35AWAD (Action-Touch), The all-weather AF LS camera with 35mm f/2.8 lens enables picture taking down to 3meter underwater, AF on land and MF underwater

1987

Nikon AF3/AD3 Nikon AF3/AD3 (One-Touch), The smart flash AF compact with 35mm f/2.8 lens, Advanced 16-step AF with macro/close-up (0.45 m)One 6V CR-P2 (or DL223A) lithium battery
Nikon RF/RD Nikon RF/RD (Fun-Touch), Stylish AF compact with 35mm f/3.5 lensReplacing the L135AF (1984), and offering close-ups to 0.95 m
Nikon F-401/F-401 QD Nikon F-401/F-401 QD (N4004/N4004 QD), Nikon’s Exclusive Image Master Control (Decision Master System), Advanced AE with unique triple-sensor metering, Built-in auto TTL flash with balanced fill-flash capability
Nikon TW2/TW2D Nikon TW2/TW2D (Tele-Touch Deluxe), The world’s thinnest dual-lens, AF compact, Dual-lens (35mm f/3.5 [W], 70mm f/6.8 [T]) with soft filter

1988

Nikon F-801 (N8008) Nikon F-801 (N8008), Max. shutter speed 1/8,000 s and 1/250 s flash sync, Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash with TTL Cybernetic Sync, Matrix Metering system
Nikon RF2/RD2 Nikon RF2/RD2 (One-Touch 100), Upgraded Nikon RF (1987) with 30 s Focus Memory, Double Self-timer and 0.65 m close-up
Nikon TW Zoom/TW Zoom QD Nikon TW Zoom/TW Zoom QD (Zoom-Touch 500), 35-80mm f/3.5-7.8 zoom AF compact camera, Image size selector and Continuous zoom
Nikon F4 Nikon F4, Nikon’s top-of-the-line AF SLR with interchangeable, viewfinder and built-in motor drive, Three metering system (Matrix, Center-Weighted and Spot) available, Max. shutter speed 1/8,000 s and 1/250 s flash sync, High performance AF system incorporated
Nikon Still Video Camera QV-1000C Nikon Still Video Camera QV-1000C, SLR-type monochrome electronic still video camera, Nikon QV mount (QV NIKKOR 10-40mm f/1.4 and 11 120mm f/2 lenses) 2/3-in. 380,000-pixel monochrome CCD, FM recording standard recommended by ESCC

1989

Nikon F-401S/F401S QD(N4004S/N4004S QD) Nikon F-401S/F401S QD (N4004S/N4004S QD), Nikon’s totally automatic SLR quality, Upgraded F-401 (1987) with ultra-fast AF even in dim light by Advanced AM200 sensor
Nikon TW20/TW20 QD Nikon TW20/TW20 QD (Tele-Touch 300

1990

Nikon F-601/F-601 QD(N6006/N6006 QD) Nikon F-601/F-601 QD (N6006/N6006 QD), Auto Multi-Program [P], Built-in retractable flash (28mm lens coverage), Auto balanced fill-flash, Slow Sync and Rear-Curtain Sync
Nikon F-601M (N6000) Nikon F-601M (N6000), Simplified version of the F-601 without AF and built-in Speed-light, Matrix and Center-Weighted Metering, Auto Multi-Program [P]
Nikon TW Zoom 35<>70/35<>70 QD Nikon TW Zoom 35<>70/35<>70 QD (Zoom-Touch 400), 35-70mm Zoom AF compact with Carefree AF (3 focus areas) and Advanced Red-Eye Reduction System
Nikon 35mm Film Scanner LS-3500 Nikon 35mm Film Scanner LS-3500, 4,096 x 6,144-pixel resolution for sharp color images, 24 x 36mm scanning area and scans any 35mm (135) format film

1991

Nikon F-801S (N8008S) Nikon F-801S (N8008S), Upgraded Nikon F-801 (1988) with Spot Metering, Advanced Focus-Tracking AF function
Nikon TW Zoom 35<>80/35<>80 QD Nikon TW Zoom 35<>80/35<>80 QD (Zoom-Touch 500S), The high-performance, all-automatic zoom compact, Upgraded TW Zoom (1988) offering built-in diopter adjustment
Nikon F-401X/F-401X QD (N5005) Nikon F-401X/F-401X QD (N5005), Nikon’s most exclusive Matrix Metering, Built-in auto TTL flash (28mm lens coverage) with Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash, Advanced Focus-Tracking AF function
Nikon W35/W35 QD Nikon W35/W35 QD (One-Touch 200), The auto compact with, Nikon’s quality, Smaller than Nikon RD2 (1988) (124 x 68 x 54 mm; 215 g), Close-ups to 65 cm
Nikon 35mm Film Scanner LS-3510AF Nikon 35mm Film Scanner LS-3510AF, Best suited for computer graphics, desktop publishing and image data filing, AF ensures consistently sharp scans, Max. 5,000 x 5,000-pixel resolution

1992

NIKONOS RS NIKONOS RS, The world’s first underwater SLR camera, Amazing underwater AF system, Capability of going down to a depth of 100 m without special underwater housing, Strategic product of COCOM
Nikon TW Zoom 105 WORLD TIME Nikon TW Zoom 105 WORLD TIME (Zoom-Touch 800/800 WORLD TIME), Nikon’s top-of-the-line zoom AF compact, 37-105mm f/3.7-9.9 zoom lens, Image size selector, Nikon Wide-Area AF, Spot AF and Focus tracking
Nikon RF10 Nikon RF10 (Smiletaker), Automatic, easy-to-use compact camera, AF and AE compact with 34mm f/4.5 lens, Nikon AW35/AW35 QD (Sport-Touch), Splash-proof weather-resistant design, Nikon W35 (1991)
Nikon F90 (N90) Nikon F90 (N90), Wide-Area AF, 3D Matrix Metering, 3D Muiti-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash and FP High-Speed Sync
Nikon TW Zoom 85/85 QD Nikon TW Zoom 85/85 QD (Zoom-Touch 600), The tele-wide zoom auto compact with Panorama, 32-85mm f/4.5-11 zoom lens, Carefree AF, Spot AF and Infinity Focus

1993

Nikon AF600/AF600 QD Nikon AF600/AF600 QD (Lite-Touch/QD), World’s smallest ultra-compact and lightweight 35mm, format AF camera (108 x 62 x 32 mm; 155 g), 28mm f/3.5 lens, Built-in Panorama (13 x 36mm) mode
Nikon Zoom 100/100 QD Nikon Zoom 100/100 QD (Zoom-Touch 470/470 QD), 35-70mm f/4.5-6 zoom lens, Two-shot self-timer (Double self-timer)
Nikon AF200 Nikon AF200 (Fun-Touch 2), Successor to the RF10 (1992) with 34mm f/4.5 lens
Nikon EF100 Nikon EF100 (Nice-Touch 2), Focus free (fixed focus) compact with 35mm f/4.5 lens, Macro mode enabling to get as close as 0.55 m
Nikon 35Ti Quartz Date Nikon 35Ti Quartz Date, NIKKOR 35mm f/2.8 quality lens, Classic, no-frills appearance with titanium body, Analog display system with watch-like appearance, 3D Matrix Metering with new 6-segment Matrix Sensor, Programmed Auto [P] and Aperture-Priority Auto [A] modes
Nikon 35mm Film Scanner COOLSCAN (LS-10) Nikon 35mm Film Scanner COOLSCAN (LS-10) 2,700-dpi resolution and LED illumination
Nikon FM2/T Nikon FM2/T, The FM2 (1984) armored with titanium

1994

Nikon F50/F50D (N50) Nikon F50/F50D (N50), Choice of [SIMPLE] or [ADVANCED] mode, Dot matrix LCD panel for large, easy-to-read icon display,Comprehensive exposure modes: 8 Programs, [P], [S], [A], [M], One 6V 2CR5 (or DL245) lithium battery
Nikon Zoom 700VR/700VR QD Nikon Zoom 700VR/700VR QD (Zoom-Touch 105 VR QD), The world’s first compact with Vibration Reduction for enhanced sharpness, High-performance 38-105mm f/4-7.8 zoom lens, Scale Imprint function (QD model)
Nikon Zoom 300/300 QD Nikon Zoom 300/300 QD (Lite-Touch Zoom/QD), The world’s smallest and lightest 35mm AF zoom camera, Stylish design with 35-70mm lens (117 x 63 x 36 mm; 205g)
Nikon AF400 Nikon AF400 (One-Touch 300), 31mm f/4 lens; Macro mode enables shots as close as 0.45m, Built-in Panorama (13 x 36mm) mode (QD model)
Nikon AF210 Nikon AF210 (Fun-Touch 3), Successor to the AF200 (1993) with 32mm f/4.5 lens
Nikon 28Ti Quartz Date Nikon 28Ti Quartz Date, A sister model of the Nikon 35Ti (1993); NIKKOR 28mm, f/2.8 lens is fixed, Sliding-type flash mode switch, Black body
Nikon F90X (N90S) Nikon F90X (N90S), Focusing system improved over F90 (1992), with Focus Tracking up to 4.1 fps in [CH] mode, Built-in Motor Drive enables film advance up to 4.3 fps
Nikon F70/F70D (N70) Nikon F70/F70D (N70), Built-in retractable Speed-light with 3D Multi-Sensor, Balanced Fill-Flash, Large, informative LCD, coordinated in, shape and color with the control buttons, F70D features built-in Panorama (13 x 36mm) mode and data imprinting
Nikon Flatbed Scanner SCANTOUCH AX-1200 Nikon Flatbed Scanner SCANTOUCH AX-1200) 1,200 x 1,200-dpi high resolution/10-bit A/D
Nikon Zoom 60 Nikon Zoom 60 (Nice-Touch Zoom), Fixed focus 35-60mm f/5.7-9.3 zoom lens.

1995

Nikon FM10 Nikon FM10, A different body from models of the FM/FM2 series, 1/2,000 to 1 s, Bulb
Nikon Zoom 500/500 QD Nikon Zoom 500/500 QD (Lite-Touch Zoom 105/105 QD) 127 x 67 x 74 mm; 265 g body with 38-105mm f/3.5-9.2 zoom lens
Nikon Zoom 310/310 QD Nikon Zoom 310/310 QD (Lite-Touch Zoom 70) Successor to the Zoom 300 (1994)
Nikon Zoom 200/200 QD Nikon Zoom 200/200 QD (One-Touch Zoom/QD) 38-70mm f/4.7-8 zoom
Nikon Zoom 60S Nikon Zoom 60S, Successor to the Nikon Zoom 60 (1994), Fixed focus 35-60mm f/5.7-9.3 zoom lens
Nikon EF200 Nikon EF200 (Nice-Touch 3) Successor to the EF100 (1993) with fixed focus 31mm f/5.6 lens
Nikon AF220 Nikon AF220 (Fun-Touch 4) Successor to the AF210 (1994) with 29mm f/4.5 lens, Built-in flash with Auto Flash, Flash Cancel and Anytime Flash, Red-Eye Reduction
Nikon E2/E2S Nikon E2/E2S, SLR-type digital still camera with Nikon F-mount, 2/3-in., 1.3-megapixel CCD with on-board Optical Low-Pass Filter (OLPF), 1 fps (E2)/3 fps (E2S: up to 7 consecutive shots)
Nikon 35mm Film Scanner SUPER COOLSCAN LS-1000 Nikon 35mm Film Scanner SUPER COOLSCAN LS-1000, High-speed scanning: approx. 40 s (2,592 x 3,888 pixels) 12-bit A/D and 2,700-dpi optical resolution
Nikon Multi-Format Film Scanner LS-4500AF Nikon Multi-Format Film Scanner LS-4500AF, Supports formats from 35mm to 4 x 5-in. format, 12-bit A/D
Nikon 35mm Film Scanner COOLSCAN II (LS-20) Nikon 35mm Film Scanner COOLSCAN II (LS-20), High-speed scanning: approx. 80 s (2,592 x 3,888 pixels) 2,700-dpi optical resolution.

1996

Nikon Nuvis 125i/125 [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 125i/125 [IX240] IX240 compact with 30-100mm (35mm equiv. to 37.5 125mm) f/4.3-9.2 Power Zoom lens, Magnetic Information Exchange (Mag. IX) system with the 125i, or Optical Information Exchange (Opt. IX) system with the 125
Nikon Nuvis 75i/75 [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 75i/75 [IX240] IX240 compact with 30-60mm (35mm format equiv. to 37.5-75mm) f/4.5- 8.5 Power Zoom lens, Mag. IX data recording system and optional remote control (i model)
Nikon Nuvis mini i/mini [IX240] Nikon Nuvis mini i/mini [IX240] Super-light, super-compact lX240 camera, 105 x 58 x 30 mm; 135 g body with 25mm (35mm equiv. to 31.2mm) f/4 lens
Nikon F5 Nikon F5, The new standard in professional photography, Cross-Ranged, 5-Area AF Sensor (Multi-CAM1300), Dynamic AF and Single Area AF, High-speed film advance of up to 8 fps (w/MN-30), 3D Color Matrix Metering using a new 1,005-pixel RGB sensor
Nikon E2N/E2NS Nikon E2N/E2NS, D-SLR improves upon the Nikon E2/E2S (1995), Compressed JPEG plus uncompressed TIFF format, 1 fps (E2N)/3 fps (E2NS)
Nikon Flatbed Scanner AX-110 Nikon Flatbed Scanner AX-110, 300 x 600-dpi optical resolution/8-bit A/D
Nikon Flatbed Scanner AX-210 Nikon Flatbed Scanner AX-210, Fine 600 x 1,200-dpi optical resolution, 8-bit converter and analog nonlinear gamma processing
Nikon PRONEA 600i (PRONEA 6i) [IX240] Nikon PRONEA 600i (PRONEA 6i) [IX240] Accepts a wide selection of AF NIKKOR lenses, and IX-NIKKOR lenses made especially for PRONEA series, Similar specs to the F70 (1994); IX240 benefits include Mag. IX, Mid-Roll film Change (MRC), Data and title imprinting, Print Quantity selection
Nikon Nuvis 60/60 QD [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 60/60 QD [IX240] 2x 31-62mm (35mm equiv.) zoom lens

1997

Nikon BF100/BF100 QD Nikon BF100/BF100 QD, Simple operation 35mm format compact camera with Big Finder, Focus-free, 34mm f/4.5 lens (122 x 74 x 52 mm; 190g), Large viewfinder
Nikon Nuvis A20/A20 QD [IX240] Nikon Nuvis A20/A20 QD [IX240] 25mm f/5.6 lens, AF and AE compact (113 x 62 x 36 mm; 150g), Opt. IX (QD model: 113 x 62 x 39 mm; 155g)
Nikon Nuvis E10/E10 QD [IX240] Nikon Nuvis E10/E10 QD [IX240], A sister model of the A20 with fixed-focus 25mm f/5.6 lens, Nikon FE10, 35mm-format SLR with Automatic Exposure Control, A sister model of the FM10 (1995) with [A] mode, The different body from those of FE/FE2 series, 1/2,000 to 8 s ([A])
Nikon AF230/AF230 QD Nikon AF230/AF230 QD (Fun-Touch 5) Successor to the AF220 (1995) with 29mm f/4.5 lens
Nikon EF300/EF300 QD Nikon EF300/EF300 QD (Nice-Touch 4) Focus-free, easy-to-use compact camera with Red-Eye Reduction, Successor to the EF220 (1995) with fixed-focus 29mm f/4.5 lens, A sister model of the AF230
Nikon Zoom 210/210 QD Nikon Zoom 210/210 QD (One-Touch Zoom 70/70 QD) 38-70mm f/4.7-8.6 zoom lens, Easy-to-see, large viewfinder
Nikon Nuvis 110i [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 110i [IX240] 37.5-106mm (35mm equiv.) f/3.8-9.5 zoom lens, 121 x 67 x 47 mm; 260g body with sliding lens cover
Nikon Nuvis 160i [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 160i [IX240] 37.5-160mm (35mm equiv.) f/4.3-9.7 zoom lens, Sliding lens cover and metal face body (117 x 65 x 46 mm; 295g), Bulb function, diopter adjustment
Nikon COOLPIX 100 Nikon COOLPIX 100, PC Card-type digital camera, 1/3-in., 330,000-pixel CCD (image size: 512 x 480 pixels), Nikon 6.2mm f/4 lens (35mm equiv. to 52mm)
Nikon COOLPIX 300 Nikon COOLPIX 300, 1/3-in., 330,000-pixel CCD (image size: 640 x 480 pixels), Nikon 6.2mm f/4 lens (35m equiv. to 45mm), Memos or drawing into the LCD screen possible

1998

Nikon Zoom 800/800 QD Nikon Zoom 800/800 QD, 3.4x 38-130mm f/4.5-9.5 zoom lens (Three aspherical lenses), Easy dial operation (Drive dial and Mode dial)
Nikon Zoom 600/600 QD Nikon Zoom 600/600 QD (Lite-Touch Zoom 110/110 QD), 2.9x 38-110mm f/4-10.8 zoom lens (127 x 69 x 50 mm; 270g)
Nikon Zoom 400/400 QD Nikon Zoom 400/400 QD (Lite-Touch Zoom 80/80 QD), 2.1x 38-80mm f/5-9.6 zoom lens (118 x 64 x 42 mm; 210 g) Panorama (13 x 36 mm) mode (QD model)
Nikon F60/F60D (N60/N60 QD) Nikon F60/F60D (N60/N60 QD), A succeeding model of F50 (1994)Easy-to-use exposure mode dial and command dial, Auto-Servo AF automatically chooses [S-AF] or [C-AF], Powerful built-in flash (28mm lens coverage)
Nikon PRONEA S [IX240] Nikon PRONEA S [IX240] Super-compact, lightweight elegant design IX240-format, SLR, Easy-to-use exposure mode dial and command dial, Plastic lens mount and penta mirror for the lightweight body
Nikon F100 Nikon F100, Cross-Ranged, 5-Area AF system, Dynamic AF, Closest-subject-priority, Dynamic AF and Single Area AF, High-speed Focus Tracking up to 5 fps with Lock-On
Nikon E3/E3S Nikon E3/E3S, A succeeding model of E2N/E2NS (1996). 2/3-in., 1.4-megapixel CCD (image size: 1,280 x 1,000 pixels), Anti-vibration mode for microscope photography, 1 fps (E3)/3 fps (E3S: up to 12 consecutive shots)
Nikon COOLPIX 900 Nikon COOLPIX 900, 1/2.7-in., 1.3-megapixel CCD, 3x Zoom-NIKKOR lens, (35mm equiv. to 38-115mm), 2-in. low-temp poly-silicon TFT LCD
Nikon COOLPIX 600 Nikon COOLPIX 600, 1/2.7-in., 1.08-megapixel CCD, Nikon 5mm f/2.8 lens (35mm equiv. to 36mm) and 2x digital zoom, Ultra-compact and lightweight (109.5 x 60 x 44.5 mm; 210g), Detachable Speed-light SB-E600
Nikon 35mm/IX240 Film Scanner COOLSCAN III (LS-30) Nikon 35mm/IX240 Film Scanner COOLSCAN III (LS-30), 10-bits per color channel A/D, 20-second scanning at 2,700 dpi, CleanImage™ function
Nikon 35mm/IX240 Film Scanner SUPER COOLSCAN 2000 (LS-2000) Nikon 35mm/IX240 Film Scanner SUPER COOLSCAN 2000 (LS-2000) 12-bits per color channel A/D and 20-second scanning at 2,700 dpi, Multi-sample scanning, CleanImage™ function
Nikon Nuvis S [IX240] Nikon Nuvis S [IX240] Shell-type stainless steel design, High-performance 3x 22.5-66mm f/5.2-7.5 zoom lens with Close-Range Correction (CRC) system and whisper-quiet zooming operation, Built-in diopter adjustment.

1999

Nikon AF240SV/SV QD Nikon AF240SV/SV QD (Fun-Touch 6) Upgraded AF230 (1997) with extra-large, ultra-clear Super Viewfinder (SV), Wide-angle 28mm f/5.6 lens
Nikon EF400SV/SV QD Nikon EF400SV/SV QD (Nice-Touch 5) A sister model of the AF240 SV without AF and Self-timer, Upgraded EF300 (1997) offering SV and 28mm f/5.6
Nikon Nuvis 200 [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 200 [IX240] Small and lightweight (108.5 x 62.5 x 33mm; 170 g), 24-48mm (35mm equiv. to 30-60mm) f/4.5-8.4 zoom lens with two aspherical lenses; close-ups to 60 cm
Nikon COOLPIX 950 Nikon COOLPIX 950, 1/2-in., 2.11-megapixel CCD (image size: 1,600 x 1,200 pixels), Swivel body with 3x 38-115mm (35mm equiv.) Zoom-NIKKOR lens, High-resolution 2-in.,low-temp, poly-silicon TFT LCD monitor
Nikon COOLPIX 700 Nikon COOLPIX 700, A sister model of the COOLPIX 950 with same 1/2-in., 2.11-megapixel CCD, 35mm (35mm equiv.) NIKKOR lensHigh-resolution 1.8-in. TFT LCD monitor
Nikon Nuvis 300 [IX240] Nikon Nuvis 300 [IX240] 3x 28-80mm (35mm equiv. to 35-100mm) f/4.2-11 zoom lens, Ultra-compact and lightweight (98.5 x 59 x 36.5 mm; 155g)
Nikon D1 Nikon D1, Professional, high-performance digital SLR, 23.7 x 15.6mm CCD; 2.74 effective megapixels (2,012 x 1,324 pixels), 3D Digital Matrix Image Control with 1,005-pixel CCD for superior overall picture quality, 4.5 fps shooting speed for up to 21 consecutive shots, Top shutter speed 1/16,000 s and flash sync up to 1/500 s
Nikon COOLPIX 800 Nikon COOLPIX 800, Upgraded COOLPIX 700 with 2x Zoom-NIKKOR lens, 3 image sizes: Full-size, VGA and QVGA, High-resolution 1.8-in., low-temp, poly-silicon TFT LCD monitor


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