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Specification for Nikon N65


Manufacturer: Nikon
Features:
  • 6 Segment 3D Matrix metering with 5 programmable auto exposure modes and a manual exposure mode
  • Automatic (with 5 detection sensors) and Manual Focus modes
  • Uses Nikon F and AF series lenses (28 to 80mm Zoom Lens is included)
  • Built-in Matrix Balanced Fill Flash plus shoe for optional external flash
  • Comes with 28-80mm Nikon AF Lens
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    ★★★★★
    Nikon N65

    “After completing the accesorries for my F65 (MB17 -...”

    Written on: 01/08/2003 by Tanni. (1 review written)

    After completing the accesorries for my F65 (MB17 - Battery holder, Sunpak PZ4000af Flash unit, ProT Strobofame bracket, SC17 and Sigma 28-200mm lens), I can now say "F65 is affordable yet loaded with features that every amateur and student must have."… Read Full Review

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    Nikon N65

    “(The Nikon F65 35mm SLR camera is sold as the N65 in...”

    Written on: 29/06/2002 by paulyb. (1 review written)

    (The Nikon F65 35mm SLR camera is sold as the N65 in the US). After using a Pentax P50 for 15 years, I thought it was time for an upgrade. Looking at the £200-£250 budget, it really came down to the Minolta Dynax 4 or 5, Canon Eos300, Pentax MZ-6, Nikon F55 or F65. Admittedly I bought many magazines and read a number of reviews, and Nikon F65 did not seem to fair well against the opposition. Lack of features was a major let down. But, when I handled all the cameras, the Nikon won hands down… Read Full Review

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    105977_Robby.'s Response to 29690_paulyb.'s Review

    Written on: 10/06/2003

    The reviewer might also have mentioned that the typical life on these cheap AF wundercameras is about two years. Lots of plastic and a low pricepoint does not equal longterm reliability.

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    Nikon N65

    “I've had this Nikon N65 35mm SLR camera for a few...”

    Written on: 02/05/2002 by Shady. (1 review written)

    I've had this Nikon N65 35mm SLR camera for a few months now, and I believe I can safely say that I made the right decision choosing this particular model.
    After having used a Canon EOS 300 (Rebel 2000 to some of you) for months, I can just tell you what a toy that camera feels like compared to the N65.
    Although there are a few things that I miss from the EOS 300 that I'd rather had on the N65, such as high-speed flash sync capability with dedicated flash units, the AF lock "beep" and spot… Read Full Review

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    Jmt.'s Response to 22058_Shady.'s Review

    Written on: 08/12/2002

    The comment about the lack of a manual ISO film speed override and . . .forget about slides makes me ask a question. Does this mean that the Nikon N65 does not take slides well with regular film like Kodak 100 or 200? I'm not an expert photographer, but shoot mainly slide film for work projects.
    Please respond to jmtanner4@attbi.com

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    77916_A.'s Response to 22058_Shady.'s Review

    Written on: 06/03/2003

    The "expensive" wireless remote cost less than $20 US, which last time i looked was close to the cost of a cable release. Secondly, the camera shoots slides fine, and has exposure compensation if you need to adjust the exposure.

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    66277_M. Mccurry.'s Response to 22058_Shady.'s Review

    Written on: 18/01/2003

    I have used slide film in this camera, and I have found that it performs just fine. I am not a professonal by any means but I do know that changing the film speed is but one of THREE ways to change the exposure. By experementing with the film and reviewing the results, you can deviate from what the meter tells you. Heck, I never trust full auto ayway! Though it is nearly always right on, give or take a half stop.

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