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Phenix DN60 35mm film SLR

This new film camera with Nikon F lens mount is the first to be released for five years.

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Phenix DN60Press Release:

Firstcall is pleased to announce the introduction of the Phenix DN60 35mm film SLR. This is the first new film camera with Nikon F lens mount for five years (since the F6), but unlike the F6 this camera is aimed at an entirely different market.

Available as a Body only option, this £190 camera has been developed with students in mind. It will also appeal to existing digital SLR users who occasionally want to use film with their existing (non DX) lens sets.

The Phenix DN60 will be available from May 1st 2009. For more information please visit the Firstcall Photographic website.
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Just Jas Plus
18 26.3k 1 England
8 Apr 2009 5:04PM
Interesting development. Pentax bodies look attractive too, one looking remarkably like the Centon bodies which Jessops used to sell.

Any connection between Jessops and First Call, I wonder?
jas

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User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
8 Apr 2009 6:05PM
This looks to be based on the old FM body...
Paul Morgan 18 19.4k 6 England
8 Apr 2009 7:42PM

Quote:This looks to be based on the old FM body


Thats what I thought and there`s a version with the Pentax K mount Smile
wasper 14 533 1 Ireland
9 Apr 2009 12:39PM
I looked at the photo.net forum & this camera was discussed in 2002!
So did you guys here get some old news rehashed.
MattGrayson 13 622 3 England
9 Apr 2009 12:45PM
No, we were sent a press release. Smile
Just Jas Plus
18 26.3k 1 England
24 May 2015 12:07AM
Hardly news now, though, and the camera has disappeared from the Firstcall website. Should the article not be removed?

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