Ultra Micro Nikkor 28mm F1.8e and F1.7e
28mm Lens Special
Starring Sho Sakurai
with Nikon F4
From Ginza 8-chome to Ginza 1-chome
It was a fine winter day in January.
Ginza 8-chome Street, Tokyo
Front of the Fukuya Book Shop
Japanese Kawaii Girls
Blue Hair and Red Hair in Ginza
Japanese Girls Festival
Winter Shadow in Ginza 6-chome
Hattori's Clock Tower (WAKO Shop, Ginza)
Matsuya Department Store
HARRY WINSTON, Ginza
Kyobashi Town, Tokyo
28 Special Collection
The first session, we researched the product concerning 28.
Ultra Micro Nikkor 28mm F1.8e, F1.8 and F1.7e
Ultra Micro Nikkor 28mm and Olympus
Ultra Micro Nikkor F1.7e and Olympus
Very Short Working Distance
Orion-15 28mm F6
Canon 28mm F2.8
Tessar 2.8cm F8
W-Nikkor 2.8cm F3.5
LEITZ ELMARIT 28mm F2.8
LEITZ ELMARIT 28mm F2.8 and Leica M3
Seiki Kogaku Canon Accessories
The second session, we researched the product concerning
Seiki Kogaku Canon accessories.
Seiki Kogaku Filter, Lens Shade and Case
Seiki Canon Film Magazine
Seiki Kogaku Sports Finder
Sports Finder, Leather Case and 28mm Lenses
Ryu's Press Lecture
Mr. Ryu Koakimoto, a professional photojournalist, introduced today's TV program to us.
On January 17, 1995, a very big earthquake struck the city of Kobe,
Japan, killing over 6,400 people.
TV Program in Newspaper (January 16, 2010)
7 Days in Kobe Shimbun
Sho Sakurai acts as photographer, Tomohiko Mitsuyama, who had been with the Kobe Shinbun's photography department for 4 years at the time.
Sakurai operated Nikon F4 professional model with wonderful skill.
Nikon professional camera suits Sho Sakurai very much.
Ryu Koakimoto who explains usage of professional speedlight
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