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Nikon F3

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Nikon flagship of the 1980's with all the specification you could desire and two notable and potentially disastrous foibles. It is totally battery dependant no mechanical back-up whatsoever and the flash sync speed is an abysmal 1/80th. The manual FM2n is better value and half the price, the auto focus F5 is much better specified. Probably why it's just been discontinued.
Discontinued No Data Edit
Year announced No Data Edit
Lens Mounts
  • Nikon F
Focusing modes
    Exposure Control
    Shutter speeds shortest 1/2000sec Edit
    Shutter speeds longest 8sec Edit
    B-setting Yes Edit
    Self Timer No Data Edit
    Exp modes
    • Aperture-Priority
    • Manual
    AE lock Yes Edit
    • Centre-weighted - Average
    ISO sensitivity 12 Edit
    Exposure Comp +/-2 Edit
    Auto Exposure Bracketing No Data Edit
    Viewfinder field of view 100% Edit
    Depth of field preview Yes Edit
    Interchangable focusing screen No Data Edit
    Shooting Options
    Continuous shooting No Data Edit
    Multiple exposure Yes Edit
    Trigger Release Mechanical (Cable) Edit
    Flash Guide Number (ISO100/m) 0m Edit
    Flash sync speed 1/80 Edit
    Flash modes
      Flash sync socket
        Flash compensation No Data Edit
        Flash Range No Data Edit
        Other Features
        Number of Custom Functions No Data Edit
        Power Source
        Battery Type 2x DX76 Edit
        Weight 715g Edit
        Width No Data Edit
        Height No Data Edit
        Depth No Data Edit

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