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Nikon on Broadway

81 Buckland Street, Chippendale  

SYDNEY  NSW  2008  AUSTRALIA

PH: 02 9699 5011   AH: 0410 480705    info@nikononbroadway.com.au

PIA Pty.Ltd. est. 1947

ABN: 51 000 161 071

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72nd

EST.1947

ANNIVERSARY YEAR 74th

DIGITAL

Model

Year

D1

Jun-99

D100

Feb-02

D1H

Feb-01

D1X

Feb-01

D200

Nov-05

D2H

Jul-03

D2HS

Feb-05

D2X

Sep-04

D2XS

Jun-06

D3

Aug-07

D300

Aug-07

D3000

Jul-09

D300S

Jul-09

D3100

Aug-10

D3200

Apr-12

D3300

Jan-14

D3400

Aug-16

D3500

Aug-18

D3S

Oct-09

D3X

Dec-08

D4

Jan-12

D40

Nov-06

D40X

Mar-07

D4S

Feb-14

D5

Mar-16

D50

Apr-05

D500

Mar-16

D5000

Apr-09

D5100

Apr-11

D5200

Nov-12

D5300

Oct-13

D5500

Jan-15

D5600

Nov-16

D6

May-22

D60

Jan-08

D600

Sep-12

D610

Oct-13

D70

Jan-04

D700

Jul-08

D7000

Aug-10

D70S

Apr-05

D7100

Feb-13

D7200

Mar-15

D750

Sep-14

D780

Jan-22

D7500

Apr-17

D80

Aug-06

D800

Feb-12

D800E

Feb-12

D810

Jun-14

D810A

Feb-15

D850

Sep-17

D90

Aug-08

Df

Nov-22

Z5

Sept-19

Z50

Oct-19

Z6

Aug-19

Z7

Aug-19

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Film 35 mm SLR cameras with manual focus

High-end (Professional – Intended for professional use, heavy duty and weather resistance)

Nikon F series (1959, known in Germany for legal reasons as the Nikkor F)

Nikon F2 series (1971)

Nikon F3 series (1980)


Midrange

Nikkorex series (1960)

Nikkormat F series (1965, known in Japan as the Nikomat F series)

Nikon FM (1977)

Nikon FM2 series (1982)

Nikon FM10 (1995)

Nikon FM3A (2001)


Midrange with electronic features

Nikkormat EL series (1972, known in Japan as the Nikomat EL series)

Nikon EL2 (1977)

Nikon FE (1978)

Nikon FE2 (1983)

Nikon FA (1983)

Nikon F-601M (1990, known in North America as the N6000)

Nikon FE10 (1996)


Entry-level (Consumer)

Nikon EM (1979)

Nikon FG (1982)

Nikon FG-20 (1984)

Nikon F-301 (1985, known in North America as the N2000)


Film APS SLR cameras

Nikon Pronea 600i / Pronea 6i (1996)[49]

Nikon Pronea S (1997)[50]


The Nikon Pronea 600i

The Nikon Pronea S


Film 35 mm SLR cameras with autofocus


Nikon AC-2E Data Link System (1993)

High-end (Professional – Intended for professional use, heavy duty and weather resistance)


Nikon F3AF (1983, modified F3 body with Autofocus Finder DX-1)

Nikon F4 (1988) – (World's first professional auto-focus SLR camera and world's first professional SLR camera with a built-in motor drive)


Nikonos RS (1992) (Professional when reviewed in underwater conditions) – (World's first underwater auto-focus SLR camera)


Nikon F5 (1996)

Nikon F6 (2004)

High-end (Prosumer – Intended for pro-consumers who want the main mechanic/electronic features of the professional line but don't need the same heavy duty/weather resistance)


Nikon F-501 (1986, known in North America as the N2020)

Nikon F-801 (1988, known in the U.S. as the N8008)

Nikon F-801S (1991, known in the U.S. as the N8008S)

Nikon F90 (1992, known in the U.S. as the N90)

Nikon F90X (1994, known in the U.S. as the N90S)

Nikon F80 (2000, known in the U.S. as the N80)

Nikon F100 (1999)


Mid-range (Consumer)

Nikon F-601 (1990, known in the U.S. as the N6006)

Nikon F70 (1994, known in the U.S. as the N70)

Nikon F75 (2003, known in the U.S. as the N75)


Entry-level (Consumer)

Nikon F-401 (1987, known in the U.S. as the N4004)

Nikon F-401S (1989, known in the U.S. as the N4004S)

Nikon F-401X (1991, known in the U.S. as the N5005)

Nikon F50 (1994, known in the U.S. as the N50)

Nikon F60 (1999, known in the U.S. as the N60)

Nikon F65 (2000, known in the U.S. as the N65)

Nikon F55 (2002, known in the U.S. as the N55)


Professional Rangefinder cameras

Nikon I (1948)[52]

Nikon M (1949)[53]

Nikon S (1951)[54]

Nikon S2 (1954)[55]

Nikon SP (1957)[56]

Nikon S3 (1958)[57]

Nikon S4 (1959) (entry-level)[58]

Nikon S3M (1960)[59]

Nikon S3 2000 (2000)[60]

Nikon SP Limited Edition (2005)[61]

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