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Nikon Historical Society -- hosted by the founding member Bob Rotoloni and members of the society. The NHS, based the US, has a worldwide membership. Our "Nikon Journal," published four times a year, concentrates on the history of Japanese photo equipment from the perspective of the Nikon Camera Company. The Nikon Journal often includes Nikon information not published anywhere else in the world. This forum provides an opportunity for conversation between collectors and users of classic film Nikons. See forum “stickies” for more information about the Society. If you are a serious Nikon Collector, you MUST be a NHS member. Join at http://www.nikonhistoricalsociety.com/!

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Old 03-06-2011   #1
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Old 03-06-2011   #2
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This could be Leica's answer to weatherproofing the M10.
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Old 03-06-2011   #3
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Wow- that is rare.

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Old 03-15-2011   #4
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Rotoloni's going to have to do a new edition of his book!
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I believe they're now called "blimps." Companies still make them for dSLRs for use on movie sets, etc., e.g., http://bit.ly/gK2YNU

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memphis photo has the old yellow sound muffler for the F's equipped with motor drive -- it's a weird concoction - it looks like a hazmat suit for a camera -- or a big yellow hand puppet --- never seen one of those before -- it was told to me that in theaters, recording studios, and other events that required a level of quiet, this was used to muffle the sound

they have it for sale (901) 767-2702
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Don't forget that Hasselblad made a blimp for the EL camera in the 60's and 70's.
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Wow, I have a reason to live for - to find another one :-)
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Old 06-16-2011   #8
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I believe they're now called "blimps." Companies still make them for dSLRs for use on movie sets, etc., e.g., http://bit.ly/gK2YNU
An old photobud was a still photographer and worked on film sets in the 60's, 70's and 80's. He had blimps for his motorized Canon A-1's.
They looked like the old style cases for electric shavers on steroids.
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