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camerasinmovies: “ Superman (1978) - Nikon F Submitted by @Kakaxrotto ” Nikon F Photomic

camerasinmovies: “ Superman (1978) - Nikon F Submitted by @Kakaxrotto ” Nikon F Photomic

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Nikon F4 in Scrubs In Season 3 Episode 18, “His Story II”, JD nonchalantly whips out a Nikon F4 to take a photo of his friend, Turk. The episode first aired in April 2004.  Though it’s hard to tell which exact model fo F4 the camera is in this screen-grab, considering Nikon ceased production of the F4 in 1997, this was already an old camera at the time of filming. Nice touch, I think.

Nikon F4 in Scrubs In Season 3 Episode 18, “His Story II”, JD nonchalantly whips out a Nikon F4 to take a photo of his friend, Turk. The episode first aired in April 2004. Though it’s hard to tell which exact model fo F4 the camera is in this screen-grab, considering Nikon ceased production of the F4 in 1997, this was already an old camera at the time of filming. Nice touch, I think.

vintage everyday: Celebrities as Photographers – 31 Interesting Photos Show Famous People With Their Nikon F Cameras

vintage everyday: Celebrities as Photographers – 31 Interesting Photos Show Famous People With Their Nikon F Cameras

Under Fire (1983) The photographer: Handling a Nikon F2 like a pro is tougher than it looks, but Nick Nolte gets it exactly right, even showing us a bit of manual rewinding at times. Maybe this is thanks to the influence of the film’s advisor Matthew Naythons, who’d worked as a photojournalist in wartorn Nicaragua. Just ignore the extra on the hotel roof – he’s not so handy with his video camera!

Under Fire (1983) The photographer: Handling a Nikon F2 like a pro is tougher than it looks, but Nick Nolte gets it exactly right, even showing us a bit of manual rewinding at times. Maybe this is thanks to the influence of the film’s advisor Matthew Naythons, who’d worked as a photojournalist in wartorn Nicaragua. Just ignore the extra on the hotel roof – he’s not so handy with his video camera!

nikonbuzz:  Brigitte Bardot - photo by Jacques Héripert, 1968.  goldenageestate:

nikonbuzz: Brigitte Bardot - photo by Jacques Héripert, 1968. goldenageestate:

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