With more than 60,000 copies sold, the Nikon System Handbook has been the standard reference for Nikon aficionados since its first release.
Now in its fifth edition, B. Moose Peterson’s best-selling book is the most thorough guide you’ll find on the Nikon product line, giving you a complete history of the entire Nikon 35mm SLR system from its inception in 1959 to the present.
If you’ve ever wondered what accessories will work with your classic camera, or if you’ve ever wanted to pinpoint what year Nikon modified a lens design, the answer is in here.
The Nikon System Handbook’s easy-to-read, conversational text includes compatibility charts, production dates, serial numbers, and product designations. Also, the construction, uses, pros, and cons of every camera body, lens, flash, and accessory are described in detail from a photographer’s point of view. It covers the evolution Nikon 35mm SLR cameras from the Nikon F up to and including the Nikon F5.
An accomplished wildlife photographer, B. Moose Peterson is well into his second decade of shooting with Nikon. He has authored nine photography books, including six on Nikon equipment.
Published in 1998 by Silver Pixel Press
Dimensions: 19.05 x 1.91 x 24.77 cm