The Current Issue
Nikon Owner Issue 1
Zooms: Advantage or Compromise?
By Heather Angel
Richard Young - Access All Areas
By Gray Levett
Adventures with my Nikons
By Santha Faiia
Also in this issue:
The History of Nikon
Gray Levett examines an unusual version of the legendary Nikon F camera.
Life Through a Lens
Simon Stafford, with twenty years experience of the Nikon system, has had his work appear widely in newspapers, books, calendars and magazines. Here he reviews five new Nikkor lenses: 14mm f/2.8D AF ED, 300mm f/4D IF-ED AF-S, 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5D, 24-85mm f/2.8-4D IF AD and AF VR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED.
Our Man in Africa
Based in Dar es Salaam, Paul Joynson-Hicks chronicles his love of Africa ad all that this continent means to him.
Through the Looking Glass
As well as being a classical musician, arranger, conductor and music publisher, Andrew Skirrow is a keen student of natural history. His love of all things optical began at the age of seven when he was given his first camera. Here he reviews three of Nikon's high-grade binoculars: 8x30EII, 8x32SE CF and 8x42HG DCF WP.
Portraits with Two Faces
Ron Spillman has had his picture stories in TIME, LIFE, Saturday Evening Post, US News & World Report, Oggi, Paris Match, Picture Post and many more. This elder statesman of photography brings his witty and informative skills to Nikon Owner.