Nikon 100th Anniversary

Nikon is 100 years old this year.

In the 80s, our family had a Nikon point-and-shoot film camera and that got me acquainted with the brand.

As I grew up and got interested in photography, my uncle passed me the Nikon EM SLR with 50mm f/1,8 lens to try out.

Nikon D600 collage

I grew my interest with that, proceeded to buy more lenses, upgraded to other Nikon SLRs like FE2, FA, F-601. What I enjoyed about the Nikon SLR compared to Canon was the full manual experience of adjusting aperture using the ring. Back then when auto metering was already prevalent, I still love the ability to control the exposure aspects. It is also this legacy design that allowed old lenses to remain usable even on new digital SLR bodies.

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Happy Birthday, Nikon. I look forward eagerly for you to continue offering innovative imaging solutions for the generations to come.

What are your fondest photography moments? If you share your thoughts on the video post in Nikon Facebook page, five favourite entries will get to win a Nikon 100th Anniversary Tote Bag. (please comment at the Nikon video post, not on this post here).

Contest Details

1. This contest ends 21 July, 2017 at 12:00pm – GMT+8.
2. Participants are required to complete the following steps to qualify for the contest: Simply share what your fondest photography moment is in the Facebook comments section.
3. Winners of the contest will win a Nikon 100th Anniversary Tote Bag.
4. The five favourite entries will be announced on 24 July, 2017 by Nikon Singapore and decisions are final.


Article Name
CONTEST: Nikon Celebrates 100 Years of Capturing Memories
Nikon celebrates its 100th anniversary on 25th July 2017 and as part of its centennial anniversary celebrations, the world leader in digital imaging has teamed up with long-standing Nikon photographers such as renowned underwater photographer Aaron Wong and Host and Social Media Personality Jemma Wei to develop a video series that pays homage to Nikon enthusiasts for their continued support.

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