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Rex canum cattorumque
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   Nikon $5 and up
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Nikon Party! 

Prices include Paypal but not shipping, and we'll find a cheap way if you need it - and honestly, your best buy is to buy several units and have them sent in a priority mail flat rate. I've tested all of these, and frankly, with a shiny new-to-me F4, I've done as much exploration of the smaller bodies as I care to. Note that the accessories at the bottom fit multiple Nikons or other cameras.

I can ship August 18 and 19, and then August 27 and on.

Bodies - Lenses - Accessories


Any of these is great as a "want to try film," unit and you'll actually be surprised at how good 1st-gen AF was, especially compared to your RF technique. Cameras are in presentable cosmetic condition and function normally. All are for screw-drive lenses.

- Everything that takes a 223 will come with a new one (223s are not drug-store lithiums, but you'll find that CR2s, CR123s and 2CR5s are also things you have to order these days - it's all Amazon now, sadly).

- Each body comes with a body cap, unless you buy it with a lens, in which case I may just mount it. Because the mirrors are in nice shape.

- Bodies do not include any Peak Design connectors shown

1. N8008 (F-801) - $20

Old school classic; high-eyepoint finder, Matrix, takes AAs. Provides M and A with AI and AI-s lenses, P and S with CPU. Bruiser of a camera with a 1/8000 top speed.

2. N6006 (F-601) - $15

Same as above, but fixed B screen, max shutter speed is 1/2000, takes 223 (new one included), built-in flash, much lower profile (and regular, higher-mag finder). Includes manual. I am surprised that this model gets so little play; it's quite elegant.

3. N6000 (F-601M) - $15

Same as above but with K screen (it's manual focus only), no spot metering (because that runs off the AF sensor), much lighter weight. Nikon's last manual-focus-only camera in the original continuity. Kind of like the T90 Canon, just a lot later in the game and less trashy.

4. N6000 (F-601m) - $10

Same as #3 above but has lost the "dull" coating from the back. Lost, as in, I've polished it off  the polycarbonate. This is not a "sticky issue" like on the N90; it's more of a lacquer flaking issue. The N8008 might have had that same coating at some point. The new battery alone is worth the price.

5. N50 (F50) - $5

Surprisingly capable and light camera, especially paired with low-moving-mass lenses like the 50mm AFs and the internal focus zooms. Can control the aperture on G lenses (but only supports manual focus for those). Needs CPU lenses to meter. On this one, the flash needs to be pulled up manually. But at less than the price of some Starbucks drinks, are you going to turn it down?


Lenses have clean glass. Lenses include at least a rear cap.

1. Nikon AF-s G 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II (52mm filter thread) $40

Not sure how this one crept into my possession. Standard lens for APS-C Nikons. Comes with both Nikon caps (front pinch and rear "jar lid"). Name ring is slightly chewed. 

2. 28-105 Promaster f/3.8- 5.6 (72mm thread) in Nikon AI-s - $5 

This has been sold under a bunch of different names, but it is the one that close focuses to 2.5m at 28mm but then as you focus closer, it ups the focal length. Kind of an odd bird, with clean glass. And it's essentially free.

3. 35-135mm f/3.5-4.5 AF Nikkor (62mm filter thread) - $45

Second-generation AF lens (i.e., with a real focus grip). Nice and sharp; has a macro mode to focus super-close. It's AF and AI-s, so it can be used on pretty much any Nikon ever made. Includes both Nikon caps.

4.  135mm f/2.8 DeJur Telephoto AIS (55mm filter thread) - $10 SOLD

You're not going to get a better potrait lens for the money. Sure, you can pay 70x as much for a 135/2 AF-DC.  But will it blend? The only catch is that this lens focuses opposite to the direction of Nikons (it actually looks suspiciously like a Hexanon).

Most bizarre review of it ever: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGhI_2x_Wq0

5. 400/6.3 Spiratone Sharpshooter preset (T-mount) - $15

I believe this is a Tamron, either 2 or 4 elements. I'll include Nikon F and Minolta MD adapters.


Nikon Type H2 (all microprism) screen remounted for F4 - $25

Nikon Type F screen for F4 (B screen for small aperture lenses) (new) - $25

Nikon N2020 J screen (microprism spot) (light mark) - $20

Nikon logo strap (might be new) - $5 

Hoya 62mm Greenfield and Blue rare earth enhancing filters $50 total

Vivitar PG-1 flash bracket (that one). $15


Location: Motor City
Postal Code: 48207
Shipping Method: USPS
Shipping Cost: at cost
Sales Tax: No
Keywords: Nikon Nikkor DeJur Focusing Screen N8008 N6006 N6000 N50


Steve M.
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Registered: June 2009
Posts: 3132
Comment Date: Sat August 18, 2018

I've owned the N6006 cameras, and currently shoot a N8008s. They're really good shooters w/ lots of features. That 135 2.8 DuJur looks almost exactly like my Makinon 135 2.8, and it's the second best portrait lens I have ever owned. The best was an R 90 Summicron, so we're talking about a very good portrait lens.

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Comment Date: Wed September 5, 2018

Lots of stuff, still available cheap.

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