Nikon F65


Nikon F65
Nikon F65 camera body

The F65 (or N65 as it is known in the U.S.) is a 35mm film SLR camera introduced by Nikon in 2001.[1][2] Like its predecessor, the F60, it was aimed at the lower end of the amateur autofocus SLR market.

Its facilities included autofocus, various forms of TTL light metering and different operating modes. It also included depth-of-field preview and remote shutter release, two facilities notably absent in the F60.

The F65D variant featured a date/time-imprinting facility.

In 2002, the F65 was joined by the F55, which was targeted at a new, lower price point.[3][4]

Features

  • 14oz polycarbonate body
  • Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and full manual modes
  • Built in flash (GN 40) with Auto, Slow and Rear sync modes
  • 5-point matrix CAM900 autofocus sensor
  • Shutter speeds from 1/2000s to 30s and Bulb mode
  • Supports DX-coded film up to ISO 5000

References

  1. ^ F65, Nikon corporate site. Article retrieved 2006-09-29 (dead link).
  2. ^ Nikon F65, Nikon corporate site. Article retrieved 2011-04-18 (dead link)
  3. ^ F55, Nikon corporate site. Article retrieved 2006-09-29 (dead link)
  4. ^ Nikon N55, Nikon corporate site. Article retrieved 2011-04-18 (dead link)

External links

Media related to Nikon F65 at Wikimedia Commons