Nikon Super Zoom 8 Cine Camera

£95.00

The item photographed may not be the actual model but is used for illustrative purposes only.

In 1965, Nikon introduced its first super-8 format movie camera with the Nikon logo. Ita has an 8.8-45mm f/1.8 Cine-Zoom-Nikkor with a 52mm filter thread, variable speeds of 12, 18 and 24 frames per second, and TTL CdS light meter for film with speeds from 16 to 160 ASA. The minimum focus distance is 1.2 meters and there is a rocking lever which zooms the lens. The camera has electric motor drive, removable hand grip, remote control socket, and the ‘Nippon Kogaku K. K.’ manufacturing logo on the operating panel.

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Description

In 1965, Nikon introduced its first super-8 format movie camera with the Nikon logo. Ita has an 8.8-45mm f/1.8 Cine-Zoom-Nikkor with a 52mm filter thread, variable speeds of 12, 18 and 24 frames per second, and TTL CdS light meter for film with speeds from 16 to 160 ASA. The minimum focus distance is 1.2 meters and there is a rocking lever which zooms the lens. The camera has electric motor drive, removable hand grip, remote control socket, and the ‘Nippon Kogaku K. K.’ manufacturing logo on the operating panel.

Additional information

Second-hand grade

EXC

Serial Number

593432

Second-hand Grading Description

  • NEWAn item that has not been removed from the box or protective wrapping.
  • UNUSEDAn item that may have been removed from the original packaging, but has never been used.
  • MINT100% as new
  • MINT-98%-99% as new
  • EXC++95%-97% as new
  • EXC+90%-94% as new
  • EXCOriginal finish may have slight scratches or rubbed. No dents or deep scratches.
  • VGMay be slightly scratched, scuffed or worn, but in good mechanical order with clean optics
  • VG-An item that falls below our regular level of gradings. Items in VG- condition will have excessive signs of use.

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