Hey everyone, funny thing happened today, I came across a lens that apparently this model was introduced with the first Nikon Camera that were made. The make and model of the lens I used for these pictures is called a
- Nikkor-Q Auto 1:3.5 f=13.5cm Nippon Kogaku Japan No.725796
***That's all the wording on the lens.***
Here are some pictures I took of the center piece on my coffee table.
My camera does not have the Auto Focus motor in the body since it's a D5000, so the camera is on Manual settings for this picture so I can't remember what I was shooting at in regards to ISO settings, Shutter speed and stuff like that because I kept on just messing with the settings and did not keep track of what they were. But I do know that the aperture was F/3.5
Hope you like. Considering from what I read, this lens is like 50 years old. If you want a picture of it, let me know.
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think
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