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Nikon Owner Issue 4
One Day in September - A Firefighters Story...
By Lt. John McCole
Venice - City of Haunting Dreams
By Simon Marsden
By Heather Angel
Also in this issue:
History of Nikon
In 1961 Nikon produced a 3.5cm-8.5cm f/2.8-4 Wide-Zoom Nikkor that never went into production. Only one such example of this lens is known to exist. Gray Levett reveals this unique lens in this issue
Sharp Practice - Part 3
In this, the final instalment of this series of articles, Simon Stafford covers the methods of supporting your camera and releasing the shutter to compliment the camera techniques covered in Part 1 and 2, to ensure you achieve sharp shots.
Graham Hancock & Santha Faiia - A Glimpse at Mysterious Malta
After the international success of number one bestsellers The Fingerprints of the Gods and Heaven's Mirror, Graham Hancock's new book, Underworld, with photographs by Santha Faiia, will be published by Penguin, Spring 2001, and contains five chapters on Malta. In this specially written article for Nikon Owner he gives us an advance glimpse at mysterious Malta.
Above & Beyond the Call of Duty
Thomas E. Franklin's unforgettable image of hope - thre firefighters raidisng the American flag amidst the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Richard Young - The Italian Job
One phone call to his London home and Richard Young flies to Milan to attend Donatella Versace's fashion show and then on to shoot the honeymoon feast given by the designer for newlyweds Jennifer Lopez and Cris Judd at Donatella Versace's home.
Nikon F80 - The Review
Technical editor Simon Stafford puts the Nikon F80 to the test.