CONTENTS – ISSUE 68 2020
NAMIBIA AND A SAFARI THAT, STRICTLY SPEAKING, WASN’T
By John Archer-Thomson
John Archer-Thomson and his wife Sally return to Namibia to complete an exploration of the northern part of country that they had been unable to finish in their original visit in 2015.
TURKEY– THE TRAVERTINE TERRACES OF PAMUKKALE
By Andrew Main Wilson
The globe voyager Andrew Main Wilson visits the UNESCO world-heritage site of Pamukkale in Turkey. It is an area of extraordinary beauty that has attracted travellers for over 2,000 years.
THE DISCIPLINE OF PRIME NUMBERS
By R. J. ELLORY
The award-winning thriller writer R. J. Ellory makes a welcome return to Nikon Owner with his article on the benefits of using prime lenses.
A NATURAL FISH TRAP
By Heather Angel
When the revered natural history photographer Heather Angel was examining her back-up external hard drives, she re-discovered an image she had not looked at for a long time.
A LEGEND REBORN: 58mm f/0.95 NOCT NIKKOR
By Simon Stafford
The latest prime lens to be added to the Nikon Z-System is the Nikon 58mm f/0.95 S Noct; Simon Stafford takes a close look at this much vaunted lens.
TONY HURST GALLERY:
Words by Gray Levett
The Nikon F Photomic was the first in a series of metered finders for the Nikon F. Tony Hurst captures this black-finish model fitted with an 85mm f/1.8 Nikkor-H lens.
Z 50 MIGHTY MINI-ME
By Becky Danese
Technical writer Becky Danese reports on the newest edition to Nikon’s new mirrorless Z-System, the DX format Nikon Z 50 with its accompanying lenses.
MICHAEL PUTLAND: HIS GENERATION
By Gillian Greenwood
Senior Features Editor Gillian Greenwood writes an appreciation of the famed music photographer Michael Putland, who passed away late last year.