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Nikon F65 with 28-100 & 70-300 Lenses

by Nikon

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  • 28-100mm lens
  • 70-300mm lens
  • Easy operation with exposure mode select dial and command dial with large top deck LCD panel
  • AUTO mode for fully automatic control
  • Cross-ranged, five area autofocus system
  • Choice of Dynamic AF and Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF
  • Focus Tracking with Lock-On
  • Built-in AF-Assist Illuminator
  • 3D Matrix Metering (with D-type Nikkor lens)
  • Center-Weighted Metering (in M mode)
  • Five Vari-Programs
  • Four exposure modes (P, S, A, M)
  • Built-in auto pop-up Speedlight: guide number 12/39 (ISO 100, m/ft.); 28mm lens coverage
  • Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash capability

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  • ASIN: B00006HAAS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nik on 12 May 2003
I had my new Minolta Dynax 5 stolen and with the insurance cash wanted to replace it. I hadn't been blown away by it anyway so asked advice from a different dealer who exclaimed "blessing in disguise love, you don't want a Minolta, you want the Nikon F65" and he was right. Sharp images, great exposures, no more faded, washed out skies and it feels like a camera - just heavy enough to feel like it's doing the job. All Nikon lenses fit on all Nikon cameras which can't be said for any other range. Chuffed mate, chuffed
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By . on 27 May 2007
A very nice camera. I have had mine for years and taken thosuands of photos. it is very reliable and works very well. But my advice is not to buy it. Spend the extra bit and go digital. It will pay itself off very quickyl. By the time you have bout this camera and then the continous expenses of film and processing, oh and the batteris cost £5 each and need replacing every now and then. You will be better saving your money for a bit and go ditital. Recomendation: Nikon D40 or D40x. Excellent cameras.
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By MJ on 13 April 2009
This is a brilliant film camera, light (but not too light - like the EOS300), quick and functions perfectly.

The question of film/digital being another debate, I've myself gone digital, but kept this camera just in case it was ever needed again.
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