- Nikon F6 Review byThom Filmbodies Thom Hogan
- Printed in China Code No. 8CE43600 0709/GK - Nikon
- Complete Nikon F6 Guide by Thom Hogan
- Meta35 User Guide - Promote Systems
Nikon F6 Review byThom Filmbodies Thom Hogan
It replaces the Nikon F5, manufactured from 1996 to 2004.
Printed in China Code No. 8CE43600 0709/GK - Nikon
This site is dedicated to those who still shoot with the F100.
Complete Nikon F6 Guide by Thom Hogan
The Nikon F100 is considered by many as one of Nikon's best affordable film cameras ever made (just short of the Nikon F5 and F6 in terms of performance, but much less expensive).
Meta35 User Guide - Promote Systems
The F100 can still be purchased new at TTL full-aperture; three metering systems selectable(limitations with lens used): 3D Matrix Metering; Center-Wehted Metering: Approx. 1% of entire frame)Controlled by five-segment TTL Multi Sensor; Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash with TTL Multi Sensor: 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatible with built-in Speedlht, SB-80DX, 27, 50DX, and D-/G-type Nikkor lens; Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash with a Speedlht such as SB-800, 27, 50DX, 23, 22s, 30, 29s and AF Nikkor other than D-/G-tytpe lens; Center-Wehted Flash: With Speedlhts SB-800, 27, 50DX, 23, 22s, 22, 30, 29s and non-CPU Nikkor lens with Center-Wehted Metering; Film speed range in TTL auto flash: ISO 25-1000With Continuous Servo AF, Manual exposure mode, shutter speed 1/250s or faster, 36-exp film: S: One frame advance; C: Continuous shooting, Approx. 5 fps (with Multi-Power Hh Speed Battery Pack MB-15); Cs: Contnuous silent-low-speed shooting, Approx. 3 fps (with Multi-Power Hh Speed Battery Pack MB-15)Automatic rewind with built-in motor (activate by pressing two film rewind buttons); Rewind speed with 36-exp film: C: approx.
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