When I found a mint condition Nikon E2N with all accessories on eBay on April 2005, I simply had to get it. I paid $380 for a 1.3 megapixel camera that cost about $10,000 when it was first released in 1996/1997.
I've since collected several of the most desirable early digital cameras, including Nikon's first filmless model, the QV-1000C, and Kodak's DCS 100.
I don't consider myself a collector, but I do collect stuff I don't really need. I'm a full time newspaper staff photographer, having worked in the news business for more than 25 years. Needless to say, I have an above average interest in these things.
NikonWeb.com is the home of the Vintage DSLR discussion forum, where users can share hard to find information and ask questions about the early digital Nikon and Kodak cameras. In addition to my own ramblings, you'll also find rare and exclusive historical information from other sources, including key Kodak and Nikon engineers and managers.
This is not an official Nikon site.
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