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October 29, 2007

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Alex NG

Hi, Keppler, I am the editor of a Hongkong Photo Magazine, which published in Chinese monthly, I recently writing a book about Nikon History, of course, in Chinese, it's almost 70,000 words now and going to finished yet, but I find this articles provided more information about how American photographer found Nikkor and it was very important to the development of Nikon camera.

Jim O'Connell

Excellent article.
I hadn't realized that it was D. D. Duncan who was the one who changed public opinion about Nikkor lenses, though I'd heard the story before.
Fascinating stuff.

MOHANDAS PAZHAMBALAKODE ( From KERALA STATE of INDIA.)

Most compact digicams have a lower ISO setting. Why digital SLR cameras do not have lower ISO speeds such as ISO 64 & 80 ?

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