Monday, September 16, 2013

15 Wonderful Shots Taken by Using Nikon FM2 Cameras

The Nikon FM2 is an advanced semi-professional, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. It was manufactured by Nippon Kogaku K. K. (today Nikon Corporation) in Japan from 1982 to 2001. The original camera was released with some incremental improvements (such as a higher flash-sync speed) in 1984 and this later version is commonly referred to as the FM2n (for 'new') although both versions are labelled as the FM2 on the camera body.

The FM2 originally used an advanced Nikon-design, metal-bladed, bearing-mounted, vertical-travel focal plane shutter with a (then unheard-of) speed range of 1 to 1/4000th second plus Bulb, plus a fast flash X-sync of 1/200th second.

The FM2 is a member of the classic Nikon compact F-series SLRs and was built using the same material - copper-aluminium-silicon (copper-silumin) alloy - as the earlier Nikon FM (introduced in 1977) and FE (1978) cameras. The Nikon FE2 and FA of 1983 also had this silumin alloy construction, along with the limited production Nikon FM3A of 2001, although the design of the housing differs from model to model.

Here's a collection of 15 wonderful shots taken by using Nikon FM2 cameras. You can also find more information about Nikon FM2 through Wikipedia page or view much more photos through Nikon FM2 Flickr group, a group dedicated to Nikon FM2 (and FM2n) cameras around the world to share its photos and discuss all things camera related.

Maybe an illusion #4 by childishToy*

Subterranean Homesick Alien vii by Can Dagarslani

燕山荘 by deco_o

Violin by mybigbro

I wonder if Santa ever gets bored of this view by Zeb Andrews - Back in October

瞇瞇眼 by 有喵的生活

天際 Star Trail by Clonedbird 克隆鳥 & Iris 艾莉絲

untitled by Ffîon

Garrot by Molly Yun He

untitled by Inese Aleksa

untitled by akimuby

sakura. by 森克

"then again, maybe she will" by jimmay bones

(Golden Fiat 500) by Robbie McIntosh

■ by shinya*

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