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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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    “(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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