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AI Conversions for Nikon Lenses hot
http://www.aiconversions.com/index.html
John White's site with everything you want to know about AI conversions, including conversions for "electronic only" bodies such as the F/N80 and D100.
 
bythom.com bythom.com hot
http://www.bythom.com/nikon.htm
Thom Hogan's best known for his definitive Nikon reference books, including the famous Nikon Field Guide. If you own a Nikon camera, you owe it to yourself to read Thom's books. His site continues to grow and now includes a wealth of resources.
 
Getting High Magnification (Jim Kasson) hot
http://www.kasson.com/technical_information.htm
A great resource for magnification ratios with various Nikon macro setups
 
Nikon Corporate Press Releases
http://www.nikon.co.jp/main/eng/news/index.htm
From Japan, but in English, here's the source for the latest news direct from Nikon.
 
Nikon F-mount Nikon F-mount hot
http://www.zi.ku.dk/personal/lhhansen/photo/fmount.htm
Lots of technical information on the Nikon F lens mount.
 
Nikon Imaging Corpany
http://www.nikon-image.com/eng/index.html
Yet another official Nikon site, and a good one at that. News, product announcements, and links to other Nikon sites worldwide.
 
Nikon Links Nikon Links hot
http://www.nikonlinks.com/
Nikonlinks offers the most complete list of links to everything Nikon on the web. A useful resource indeed.
 
Nikon Macro Photography Options hot
http://www.nikonlinks.com/unklbil/macro_adapter.htm
There are lots of ways to get closer, even if you don't have a macro (micro) lens. This site covers the gamut from reversing rings to extension tubes and bellows, close-up diopters and stacking lenses.
 
Nikon PN-11 Electrification for Dummies hot
http://www.tele.ucl.ac.be/PEOPLE/DOUXCHAMPS/photo/pn11.html
Nikon's PN-11 extension tube has a rotating tripod collar, but lacks electrical contacts for newer cameras. If you've ever wished for a way to modify it to add them, this is the site for you. Damien Douxchamps deserves a lot of credit for persevering with this project.
 
Nikon School Nikon School
http://www.nikonschool.com/
Billed as "a celebration of photography," the Nikon School now offers not only their traditional course, but a pair of digital classes and an underwater class as well. Always well done, most people find they can learn something from attending a class no matter what their experience level and background.

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