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Nikon Owner Issue 15
Simon Stafford examines the Nikon D2X in real world conditions.
Simon Stafford continues his series on the art of good filtration.
Issue V was one of our most sought after issues due to the front cover image of Frank Sinatra and Gillian Greenwood's article.
March 8th, 1971. The Muhammad Ali - Smokin' Joe Frazier fight at Madison Square Garden New York, the number one address in the world for sports and entertainment. And the unexpected congress of four titans: Ali, Frazier, Frank Sinatra, and the controversial and celebrated post-World War II American writer, Norman Mailer.
A highly celebrated war photographer introduced Nikon into the West. His name is David Douglas Duncan. This is the story of how he discovered Nikon.
Ensign John Gay of the US Navy captures a technically meticulous shot of a plane breaking the sound barrier which originally appeared in Issue III.
A Journey Through Haunted England
In his latest book the dark knight photographer, Sir Simon Marsden tells the stories, legends and mysteries of England's ghostly, haunted heritage. It ranges from the Cornish coast to the Lake District and throughout history: Romans, Tudors and the world wars by one of our greatest photographers.
Nikon In Space Part I & II by H.J.P. (Douglas) Arnold
The history of Nikon in Space by the distinguished English space photography expert H.J.P. (Douglas) Arnold which first appeared over two issues (II & III).
John Archer-Thomson - Life On The West Coast
John Archer-Thomson describes a day in the life of Dale Fort, which is a converted Victorian military fort set on a rocky promontory at the entrance to Milford Haven in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. From issue III
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