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The single-lens reflex Nikon F (SLR) camera was first announced in May, 1959 and swiftly rose to the non-confirmed standard for photo journalists and many other professional photographers. Features of the Nikon F included interchangeable lenses, focusing screens and
viewfinders. (Many of these original lenses can be still be employed on Nikon digital cameras still being manufactured today). With their new F cameras in production,
Nikon zipped past Leica world's new standard.
Nikon announced their first camera (the Nikon 1) in 1948. They were resolved to create the absolute best camera. At the time,
Leica was the unquestionable leader in the marketing of
35mm cameras, Right then and there Nikon decided to find ways to improve this camera and manufactured several Nikon models through the end of 1959.
Nikon cameras have consistently been the standard for measurement of all other
Nikon 1 CX camera system was a high-speed mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras with 60 frames per second (fps) continuous shooting speed, using Nikon 1-mount lenses and announced on 21 September 2011. ... Nikon discontinued the Nikon 1 series in July 2018.