Nikon F by Yukio Miyamoto
Introduced by Nikon in April 1959, the F in the name is the first letter of the name of the designer of its lens mount, Mr Fuketa. There are too many firsts in the cameras “palmares” to list but one of them was going to the moon with the Apollo 15. Widely regarded as the best 35mm SLR, certainly it had a reputation for being the toughest. Mine slid off the roof of my car at about 40mph and apart from dents and scratches was non the worse for the experience. Don McCullin’s famously saved his life when it took a sniper’s round that might otherwise have struck his head. Yukio’s 3D electronic models of the Nikon F in both black and chrome bodies are reproduced at 720dpi in full CMYK colour.
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