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S2 Rangefinder 35mm Camera Body & Nikkor S-C 50mm f1.4 Lens (Used)

Part #: NR01S250F14
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GOOD / This is a USED camera and lens. There are small marks on the body and signs of age. The lens looks clean and clear or haze, fungus, spots, etc. Shutter seems to sound correct, but we do not have the equipment to verify.

The Nikon S2 was introduced in 1955, a great advance over the S. It showed Nikon's innovative design. It is The first Japanese made camera to incorporate a film advance lever and a film rewind crank. The S2 is the first fully redesigned Nikon rangefinder to truly conform to 36 x 24mm format. From the Nikon M, the advance step of the film is modified to adapt with auto film cutters (which cut film every 8 perforation hole). The format was modified to 34x24 simultaneously, but no space remained to enhance to the standard 36 x 24mm. The basic components and construction of Nikon I, M, S were common. The Nikon S2 has also began picking up in its production, a total of 56,715 Nikon S2 were believed to have been produced.

Key Features
  • 24 x 36mm picture format
  • Lightweight and strong aluminum die-cast body
  • 1.0x magnification viewfinder
  • The first Japanese camera to incorporate a film advance lever and a rewind crank
  • S2E accepts the world’s first battery-powered motor drive

Essential Accessories

  • Leica - IIIG BODY USED
Film Cameras Information
Film Format 35mm
Viewfinder Coupled Rangefinder
Lens Type Rangefinder S Mount
Lens Aperture F/1.4
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/1000th
  • Nikon S2 Rangefinder 35mm Camera Body + 50mm F/1.4 Lens
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