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Nikon F4
8.3 out of 10

Nikon F4

The Nikon F4 is a single-lens reflex 35 mm camera with an Read more

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Photography Review
23 January 2011
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Photography Review
23 January 2011
  • Summary: As a professional photographer who has shot fo Apple Computers, Hewlett-Packard, too many weddings, and many magazines, I have to say the Nikon F4 is my favorite camera to shoot with! I used my Nikon SB 16 with the as-9 flash on it. I shoot it with ny F4s on P and TTL on the flash.
  • Pros: Simple to use for Old mechanical Pro Nikon photographers., You can use auto focus and manual lens with rangefinding and metering as well. (They put those back in the F6 go figure, better late than never.), Tack on while set on "P" and TTL. Perfect fill flash!, Bright viewfinder! Better than the F...
  • Cons: None with the Nkion F4s you get everything. Auto, aperature priority, shutter priority, and manual.
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Photography Review
29 September 2008
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Photography Review
29 September 2008
  • Summary: a solid good kamera. thats it! it is possible to buy a good exemplar,at low prize. autofocus is more than fast enough.with basic photoknowledge,it is easy to use. i have good landscapephotos with this camera.(i bought it for landscape,but i take good portraits too with f-4.)
  • Pros: solid built. can use all 3 meterings on old manual lenses. good looking design. enormous many lenses is possible to put on this camera
  • Cons: ?? nothing to say.
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Photography Review
30 July 2007
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Photography Review
30 July 2007
  • Summary: I've owned this body for 5-6 years. It got me started back using 35mm from MF. I'm now using D2h and D2X but have keep the F4 as backup and use it when I need that WA shot. I have no plans to retire it anytime soon. It's the one camera that I can wear if you know what I mean.
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Narsuitus, Photography Review
19 October 2005
  • Summary: As a lover of manual/mechanical cameras, I was seriously considering the FM3a as a backup to my three aging F2 bodies (I have been using one since 1971). However, I changed my mind when I discovered that the price of film cameras had dropped so low that I could purchase a used F4 body in excellent...
  • Pros: 1. Well-built, heavy-duty, high-quality body, 2. Seems to be durable and dependable, 3. Woks well with my inventory of older Nikon lenses (from 18mm to 1000mm), 4. Provides good balance with heavy telephoto lenses, 5. Works well with auto focus or manual focus lenses, 6. Uses same motor drive cab...
  • Cons: 1. Unable to vary the amount of time viewfinder turns itself off due to inactivity, 2. While slightly pressing shutter release button to activate built-in light meter, it is too easy to accidentally press shutter release too hard and waste a shot., 3. Large size and heavy weight (however, smaller...
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Photography Review
19 October 2005
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Nikon F4

Consumer Democracy
15 September 2005
  • Summary: It goes without saying that Nikon's pro cameras have always been excellent. I was amazed when this highly electronic camera was dropped and the pentaprism damaged such that you could barely make out the subject in what looked like a kaleidoscope I was able to use the autofocus and shoot 20 rolls of...
  • Pros: Extreme durability and quality
  • Cons: Heavy
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Claudio, Photography Review
13 May 2005
  • Summary: I bought a Nikon F3HP two months ago. It was heavily used: it is from a rental shop. Maybe it has made thousands of rolls, it misses all the caps and it is badly scratched. I bought it because I'm always afraid to bring my best (conditions) camera, a Nikon F 801, in "dangerous" situations like...
  • Pros: Trusty, trustworthy, reliable, easy to use, ever ready, strong, high quality: made with the best materials.
  • Cons: Quite heavy.
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