Christopher Williams. Cutaway model Nikon EM. Shutter:, Electronically governed Seiko metal blade shutter vertical travel with speeds from 1/1000 to 1 second with a manual speed of 1/90th., Meter: Center-weighted Silicon Photo Diode, ASA 25-1600, EV2-18 (with ASA film and 1.8 lens), Aperture Priority automatic exposure, Lens Mount: Nikon F mount, AI coupling, (and later) only, Flash: Synchronization at 1/90 via hot shoe, Flash automation with Nikon SB-E or SB-10 flash units, Focusing: K type focusing screen, not user interchangeable, with 3mm diagonal split image rangefinder, Batteries: Two PX-76 or equivalent, Dimensions: 5.3 × 3.38 × 2.13 in., (135 × 86 × 54 mm), 16.2 oz (460g), Photography by the Douglas M. Parker Studio, Glendale, California, September 9, 2007–September 13, 2007. 2008

Christopher Williams Cutaway model Nikon EM. Shutter:, Electronically governed Seiko metal blade shutter vertical travel with speeds from 1/1000 to 1 second with a manual speed of 1/90th., Meter: Center-weighted Silicon Photo Diode, ASA 25-1600, EV2-18 (with ASA film and 1.8 lens), Aperture Priority automatic exposure, Lens Mount: Nikon F mount, AI coupling, (and later) only, Flash: Synchronization at 1/90 via hot shoe, Flash automation with Nikon SB-E or SB-10 flash units, Focusing: K type focusing screen, not user interchangeable, with 3mm diagonal split image rangefinder, Batteries: Two PX-76 or equivalent, Dimensions: 5.3 × 3.38 × 2.13 in., (135 × 86 × 54 mm), 16.2 oz (460g), Photography by the Douglas M. Parker Studio, Glendale, California, September 9, 2007–September 13, 2007 2008

  • Not on view
Medium
Chromogenic print
Dimensions
Approx 20 × 24" (50.8 × 61 cm)
Credit
Acquired through the generosity of Helen Kornblum in honor of Roxana Marcoci and Committee on Photography Fund
Object number
708.2012
Copyright
© 2021 Christopher Williams
Department
Photography

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