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Nikon FM2 (FM2N)

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Nikon Fm2n

Consumer Democracy
23 May 2004
  • Summary: This Camera is highly reliable, it worked for me for more than 8 years without any outage. The fact that it is only manual forces you to think about basics in photographie, which may lead in the beginning to bad pictures. However, as soon you are done learning to operate the camera, your results will improve significantly.
  • Pros: Highly Reliable Camera
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Overall 10
10

Nikon Fm2n

Consumer Democracy
27 April 2004
  • Summary: I like this camera very much! The controls are all easy to use and logically placed. Nothing about the camera depends on battery power except for the exposure meter. The film advance is smooth, a motor winder can be added for those that need this (as well as almost all of the other Nikon accesory backs), and, of course, this camera accepts all of the Nikon lenses (as well as Tamron, Sigma, etc.).
  • Pros: rugged construction, simple to use, bright viewfinder
  • Cons: horizontal split-image - a diagonal one would be better
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User Review

anonym, Dooyoo
13 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Please find my in depth review on Nikon FM2n here:http://dmartini-fm2nreview.blogspot.com/
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devevre, Dooyoo
31 January 2003
  • Excerpt: The Nikon FM2n first made an appearance in my life last year and I've never looked back. Although I've had many automatic cameras, and used many other types of SLR, it is certainly the best camera I have ever worked with. Being fully manual means that you can control every aspect of your photography.
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royalmale, Dooyoo
9 July 2002
  • Excerpt: It seems the real art of photography is dying. In this digital age we are loosing all the romance of photography. There is nothing like taking the readings, Setting up the camera manually and seeing the results at the end of it all, And it was all your work! Not the cameras! So why go manual when you can get a flashy little number that does it all for you? Well the trouble with using one of these modern cameras is the have been given a brain!
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baldeagle, Dooyoo
1 September 2000
  • Excerpt: It?s a shame, but it?s easy to think that if a camera does everything automatically, it will produce great pictures. Modern auto everything cameras are brilliant for making happy snaps, but so are compact cameras, but if you want to regain a bit more control, and plan to use your camera for decades, then look at the Nikon FM range.
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User Review

Fotosidan.se
8 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Att använda: 4 Hållbarhet: 4 Detta hus är underbart , kvalité som känns o en arbetsmaskin som går fint o matar på bra . samt smidig o hyfsad lätt , den enda kameran som jag ser som i mina ögon slår denna är F3 HP modellen som är lite aningen större men större sökarbild som jag saknar på denna modell ( glasögon bärare ). En av de allra bästa helt mekaniska systemkameror som tillverkats. Går att använda utan batterier.
  • Pros: 4000/dels sekund Dubbel exponering x 250 sekund utan batteri är stor skillnad mot 90:dels sek. Byggkvaliten !
  • Cons: Finns inte
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Fotosidan.se
16 March 2012
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Nikon FM2N

Petter S., foto.no
13 November 2009
  • Conclusion: Fantastisk arbeidshest for de som bruker film. Fantastisk byggekvalitet.
  • Pros: Fungerer uten batteri Lite og kompakt God lysmåler
  • Cons: Ergonomien i mitt tilfelle var ikke -helt- perfekt før jeg kjøpte en soft shutter release. Kunne gjerne ha tenkt meg en digital versjon også...
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Nikon FM2N

kevin john w., foto.no
13 November 2009
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