Written on: 24/05/2009 by johng1964 (1 review written)
I have both NIKON F65 and F75D And I have to say they give such stunning picturesevery time, and both the cameras are light and very, very well build, and easy to use by anyone, Can't split the two cameras at all as they both offer good results all the time!... My next step is the Nikon D3 but i'm going to have to wait till the price drops a little more!. So in a few words Nikon for me our the best camera company in the world.
John (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2008
The digital quality is improving rapidly but a good old camera is still giving the best pictures for the money. (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2008
The Nikon F65 is a great 35mm camera that has a lot of features that you can explore as you become more familiar with its different settings. (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2008 by tracyandsophia (1 review written)
This is my first SLR camera and I've enjoyed figuring out the different features. The pictures are crystal clear and absolutely goregous.It's definately got me taken a lot more pictures than I was before.I love this camera!It's great for the beginner! (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2006 by SIDDHARTHA (4 reviews written)
I am proud that I won a Nikon F65 35mm SLR camera and a Nikkor G 28-100 lens. Excellent picture quality, shutter speed and aperture setting.
Good ISO range (auto), manual and auto focus (with Nikkor G type lens). Takes excellent Photos indoors and outdoors, and even in sports mode. It's auto flash or external flash are also very good. (read more)
Written on: 27/02/2003 by Mike. (1 review written)
Excellent camera, before I owned a Pentax SFx I always dreamed of owning a Nikon and the price of the F65 for it's features was excellent it's the best camera I have owned to date. I hope it will last as long as my old Pentax. It is also worth the upgrade as I have done to a type D lens which allows spot metering. (read more)
Written on: 24/07/2002 by PaulB. (1 review written)
Nikon F65 35mm SLR camera (see also N65 review).
After spending 15 years using a manual Pentax P50 SLR, I felt it time to move onto an autofocus. The P50 took great pictures but I needed something less fiddly and something with accurate focussing. I had my heart set on a Nikon, but I felt I should give a Canon EOS300, Pentax, and Minolta Dynax a try before I buy, especially after reading luke warm reviews about the F65. Sure enough Canon and Minolta produce cameras with more features than... (read more)