A Fine Crystallographer Dr. Tanaka's Excellent Reserch

A Fine Crystallographer Dr. Tanaka's Excellent Reserch

Gallery and Collection, Super Nikon Fans Social Club

Quartz Crystal Twins by Printing Nikkor 105mm F2.8A
Photo: Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

A Fine Crystallographer Dr. Tanaka's Excellent Reserch
Printing Nikkor Lenses and Heavy Strong Macro Base

A Fine Crystallographer

I would like to introduce my friend Dr. Tanaka to you.
Tanaka-san, Ph. D., is a scientist live in Japan. He is researching the crystallography.
His hobby is a mineral such as crystal research. He tried a lot of macro lenses take the photograph of the mineral.
To take the excellent photograph, he finally employed the Macro Nikkor lenses and Printing Nikkor lenses.
His work is a studying crystallography, teaching at university and a serious science photograph. However he is a nice collector with the heavy macro base equipment and super high-end Nikkor lenses. Also, he is exploring the deep sea of high resolution lenses.
Of course he is not only a collector but also a professional scientist.
His cool website " Doublet's " (Japanese) is here.

Heavy Strong Macro Base and Universal Stage

Precision Universal Stage and Macro Nikkor 19mm F2.8 Lens
Photo: Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

Nikon PB-4 Tandem and Precision 3D Stage System

F Mount Bellows and Multi Photo Outfit

Printing Nikkor 95mm F2.8 and Macro Nikkor 19mm F2.8 Lenses
Photo: Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

Beautiful Images by Super High-end Nikkor Lenses

The following photographs were all taken by Tanaka-san with his high-end macro base systems and Nikkor Lenses.
You can get the large size image by clicking on the photographs.

Quartz Crystal Twins by Printing Nikkor 105mm F2.8A
Photo: Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

Enhydrous Amethyst from Brandberg, Namibia by Printing Nikkor 95mm F2.8A

Water and Air Bubble in Brandberg Amethyst by Macro Nikkor 35mm F4.5

Cherry Blossoms by Printing Nikkor 95mm F2.8A

Dandelion by Printing Nikkor 95mm F2.8A

Lichtenberg Figure by Printing Nikkor 95mm F2.8A

Parallel Growth of Polycrystalline P-dichlorobenzene by PN 105mm F2.8A

The Eye of Ant by Macro Nikkor 19mm F2.8

Fresh Strawberry by Macro Nikkor 12cm F6.3
Photo: Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

Message from Dr Klaus Schmitt

Dr. Klaus Schmitt , Germany, who is my friend is a collector of worldwide high-end macro lenses and he is a specialist.
You can know him by web contents on this site, too.
I received the following message concerning Tanaka-san's excellent macro photography work from Klaus-san.

Some months ago on flickr I was browsing through some galleries, when all of a sudden some spectacular high magnification macro shots captured my eye.
Fascinated I browsed through the images on display and I also saw pictures of the equipment used (Macro Nikkor, Printing Nikkors) and I immediately understood, here a true Nikon lens lover is at work.

I sent some comments of my appreciation of his work, and so I got in contact with Tanaka-san who turned out to be a close friend of you, Akiyama-san.
This made me very happy, since we all three love these wonderful and precious high resolution macro lenses!

Now I am happy to see that Tanaka-san has also his site on your world famous "Redbook Site" and I wish him best of success with his fantastic work and many more precious lenses to come, such as the Ultra Micro Nikkor 28mm which will soon find a wonderful place in his Nikon lens collection.

All my best for your work, and your wonderful BLOG
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/doublet/ and flickr collection
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fluor_doublet/ Tanaka-san!

Arigato Domo Gosaimashita,

Dr Klaus Schmitt, Weinheim

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Special Thanks to Dr. Tanaka.
All images : Copyright (c) 2008, Dr. Tanaka, All Rights Reserved.

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