Nikon celebrates 100th anniversary with limited edition cameras



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Nikon has been around for 100 years, and it’s pulling out all the stops to celebrate. Along with a set of commemorative trinkets, like neck straps and crystal cameras, the imaging and optics multinational has designed limited edition versions of its flagship cameras.

The company is releasing commemorative models of its cameras, lenses, and binoculars, as well as some miscellaneous accessories. Most people are probably going to be interested in the special edition D5 and D500. The D5 ships with a new anniversary booklet while the D500 includes a metal case and a commemorative leather strap.

The cameras are cool, but what I’m really excited about is the new Swarovski crystal Nikon Model I figurine. Who among us is both the camera’s devotee and a Swarovski collector? I feel like the crossover isn’t high, but maybe Nikon knows something about its customers that I don’t.

The company’s also releasing a collection of 25 lapel pins, a new leather camera strap, and a miniature Nikon F camera model. The camera company has some seriously good gift-giving ideas.

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