Nikomat film SLR camera eye-level finder design!
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This is the first Maintenance Report column in this issue!
We are pleased to introduce the eye-level finder design of Nikomat’s 1972 manual-focus film SLR camera.
Nikomat EL (Reference product)
This film manual focus SLR camera with a black steel body was released in 1972.
The manufacturer’s logo is an engraved type, white color logo.
The model name mark is also attached.
This is an angle from the diagonal front.
The design is based on straight lines.
The angle is a little steep from the manufacturer’s logo area to the top, but gentle from the top of the top to the rear.
The height of the accessory shoe (strobe bracket) is the same as the height of the front apex.
The corners of the face are decorated with small radii.
In this issue, we have introduced the eye-level finder of Nikomat’s 1972 release of manual focus SLR cameras.
Nikomat is Nikon’s popular SLR camera brand.
The design of the eye-level finder has a strong presence that is firmly inherited from Nikon’s design.
We will continue to introduce various parts of this Nikomat film camera in the future, so please look forward to it!
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Writer Takashi Okumura