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Description A Japanese Famicom (short for "Family Computer") video game console made by Nintendo. This unit was pretty beat up when I took a photo of it.
Date 22 September 2011
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Author Evan-Amos
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About English: This photo was taken by Evan-Amos as a part of Vanamo Media, which creates public domain works for educational purposes. Please visit my other galleries and projects for other free media.
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Special thanks to retro and import video game store Video Games New York in Manhattan for providing the item above to be photographed for Wikipedia.
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This photo was taken by Evan-Amos with a Sony Alpha A700 DSLR using a 70-210mm F/4 or 50mm F/1.7 Minolta lens.
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