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Nikon-f6.2279381
9.3 out of 10

Nikon F6

Nikon F6 is a 35 mm camera which is film based and single lens . Read more

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Best film SLR ever

alexei271828, Ebay
21 April 2014
  • Summary: Best 35mm film SLR ever. A 35mm film SLR camera that support many features accessible now on digital SLR such as EXIF data or newest speedlight interfaces (iTTL and Nikon CLS).
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Buzz Boy, B&H Photo
3 April 2014
  • Excerpt: 35mm film is still king !
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
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10

Nikon ended film cameras on a high note

Fine Art Guy, B&H Photo
20 March 2014
  • Excerpt: F6 is loaded with options for every aspect of camera mechanics. Creative options abound. The photographer can go beyond "gadget pictures" and is able to create images with complete control over all the picture elements.
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
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Totally Impressed - Awesome Film Camera

Ted Clutter, B&H Photo
30 November 2013
  • Excerpt: The apex of film cameras that works with all modern flash units and lenses, VR included. Heavy, yes... does it inspire confidence? Definitely. The menus are a little obtuse at first, but once everything is set, you will rarely have to go back to them. This camera just does not get in the way. It is making my sojourn back to black and white film a pure pleasure, a fitting camera as a mate to my Nikon D4. Get one while they last! AND PLEASE... Don't say "Film is Dead.
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
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10

Sometimes the old way is better

Old Marine, B&H Photo
21 May 2013
  • Excerpt: I bought this for one reason and one reason only; To shoot B&W. I'm tired of the fifty shades of gray(but no true black)you get when converting digital. It took me three times longer to learn than my old F3, but this camera is truly apleasure to own and work with.
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Complicated Controls
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10

A Great Film Camera

RexP, B&H Photo
11 March 2013
  • Excerpt: I purchased this camera because I still use film and have a personal darkroom in which to express my creativity. I already own the F100 which is a great camera in its own right, but the F6 is on a different level. The camera feels solid in your hands and is very easy to hold. I find that the custom settings further personalize the camera to my individual taste.
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
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perfect camera

Bia, B&H Photo
12 November 2012
  • Excerpt: I love the camera. It is much stronger that my F 100 and very comfortable to use.
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
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The last Nikon F camera

James, B&H Photo
10 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Although now most people just looking for the digital camera,But the film camera is still have user in the world like me,In couple years ago I'm the Canon user,The EOS1V is my equipment,Now a day I bought the Nikon F6 finally,It is a great camera and it is the last F camera,Very easy to control and stronger body,I love it very much!
  • Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Film Loading, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Complicated Controls, Dim Viewing Prism, Easily Marked, Too Few Features
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The best

peter bruce photo, B&H Photo
26 July 2012
  • Excerpt: I have had F2,3,4,5 and 6 and have to say the F6 is hard to beat.
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A great 'must-have'.

teddlyt, Nikon
27 June 2012
  • Summary: I got the F in 1965, then the F2, the lovely F3 (my daughter, the designer, displays it in her Berlin apartment), the F4 which recorded two years in beautiful, steamy Columbo, then the F5 and finally into digital with the D2x. When the F6 arrived I considered it to be like vinyl, not often used, but the best of analogue and a great investment. After a wedding shoot where half the best pictures came from the F6, I knew the decision had been more than nostalgic.
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