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Thread: Nikon F75 Announced

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    Default Nikon F75 Announced

    Chasseur 'd Images has new information on the upcoming Nikon F75 and F75D to be announced at PMA.


    Click Here for Information (in French)

    The cameras basic specifications would appear to be: (my French linguistic ability is nil)

    Modes: P,S,A,M plus selectable Vari-mode for sport, portraiture etc)
    A/F module: CAM-900
    Af operating range: -1 to +19 EV @ 100 ISO
    AF assist range to 3m inbuilt for night work
    25 segment 3D Matrix Metering
    3 step auto bracketing
    DX film range 25-5000
    1/2000th to 30 second shutter speeds
    1/90th flash synch.
    Inbuilt flash (GN 12m @100 ISO, 28mm lens coverage)
    Red eye reduction, slow, rear, normal flash synch.
    1.5 fps film advance speed
    89% Viewfinder coverage.
    Batteries 2 x CR2 3V Lithiums
    Weight: 385 grams. (D version, no batteries)
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    Here's a link to the official Nikon Imaging Site about the F75...

    News Release: 35mm SLR Camera F75

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    Default Re: Nikon F75 Announced

    Originally posted by Ian
    Chasseur 'd Images has new information on the upcoming Nikon F75 and F75D to be announced at PMA.
    F75D??? What's the difference from F75? Digital? I guess not...

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    Default Re: Re: Nikon F75 Announced

    Originally posted by Bean

    F75D??? What's the difference from F75? Digital? I guess not...
    "D" = Date
    Able to imprint the date onto the print/negative.

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    Default Re: Re: Nikon F75 Announced

    Originally posted by Bean

    F75D??? What's the difference from F75? Digital? I guess not...
    This shows that there's still a demand for film cameras! I think this Nikon F75 will not be as well-receive in Singapore as compared to Europe or US. Afterall, to what I do, film is still the mainstay to most people in Europe and US.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Nikon F75 Announced

    Originally posted by e_liau


    "D" = Date
    Able to imprint the date onto the print/negative.
    OIC...Should use QD like they always been.... Only confused people like me.... tot digital....

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