Despite being into photography for decades, this was the first auto-focus film camera I've owned. After playing around with digital for a few years, I decided to get back into film and was delighted to fi... read full review
Excellent Choice for Film Shooter Seeking Nikon Quality
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If you shoot film, you have few options for new equipment. Buying used, original build quality is a key consideration given that you may be looking at a 30 or 40 year old camera. Choosing a respected brand li... read full review
The best of the mechanical 35mm SLR cameras is still very, very good.
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Leica owners will probably disagree, but the Nikon F2 is the pinnacle of all-mechanical camera design and construction. Based in part on the earlier F, it extends that camera's abilities in several signif... read full review
I've owned Nikon's AIS 35/2 for years, and as I've acquired more AF and digital bodies, I've wanted the AF version. A little research shows that the optical formula was changed for the AF v... read full review
Nikon's EL was their first shot at an electronic, auto-exposure camera. With its electronically timed shutter and aperture priority auto-exposure, it was their response to competition from Konica and othe... read full review
Not up to the latest technology, but hard to pass up at current prices!
Nikon's film camera technology reached its peak with the F100, N80/F80 and of course the F5 and F6. The N90s/F90x isn't quite up to the level of those cameras but it still has a lot to offer the seri... read full review