The Nikon S4 was a rangefinder camera produced by Nikon that was very similar to the Nikon S3 but had a slightly lower price. This was because it used a cloth shutter curtain (rather than titanium blades) and it lacked the self-timer and motor drive contacts of the S3. In all other respects, the cameras were identical.
The camera had a short production run from 1958 to 1960 which makes it quite rare compared to the other Nikon rangefinders.
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