Journal: News & Comment

Thursday, January 12, 2006
# 10:26:00 AM:

Nearing the end of film

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Son of FeiningerBlogaholics reports that 95% of Nikon's business is in digital photography now. The company is phasing out all film-based large-format and enlarging camera lenses, as well as its entire non-professional line of SLR and point-and-shoot cameras and lenses.

All that will be left is the top-of-the-line F6 professional film SLR and the midrange FM10 (and apparently not the rugged fully mechanical FM3A, oddly—those will get snapped up), as well as a total of nine manual lenses.


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