Behind the scenes: 1987 Nikkor brochure

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Behind the scenes: 1987 Nikkor brochure

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Have you ever wondered who took all those pretty pictures found in Nikon's product brochures and other publications? One of them is mine.

http://www.nikonweb.com/nikkorbrochure1987/

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Re: Behind the scenes: 1987 Nikkor brochure

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Now I know where your Nikon virus came from!!
Did you get the extra $200??

Was the $677 in today's $ include the $200???

I am lost :mrgreen:

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NIKON KIU wrote:Did you get the extra $200??
Yes, sure. I got the $200, as promised.

The 2007 value ($677) was for the entire $350 amount.

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Re: Behind the scenes: 1987 Nikkor brochure

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Not too Bad, considering back in 1987, you could probably buy a Nikon FE2+lens for $350.00
Perfect for a budding Photographer :D

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikon_FE2

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NIKON KIU wrote:Not too Bad, considering back in 1987, you could probably buy a Nikon FE2+lens for $350.00
Yeah, I've got a couple of those (the Red Monster photo was taken with one of them). One of the best cameras ever made!

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