Superb design, rugged construction, precision operation and the features professionals want most have made this camera the acknowledged standard of 35mm photography throughout the world.
Famous for its reliable performance, the F4s starts with a solid aluminum alloy, die-cast body. This bridge and hollow-wall design offers superb strength, rigidity and protection from corrosion. The mounting section of the standard Multi-Meter Finder and the interchangeable hand grip has also been die-cast for maximum strength.
* 5-segment Matrix Metering, Center-Weighted metering (60/40 balance), Spot metering (5mm diameter circle in center of viewfinder)
* Matrix-balanced fill-flash with Nikon TTL Speedlights
* Bright viewfinder system with virtual 100% coverage and full information readout including aperture-direct readout and frame counter
* Autofocus with focus tracking
* Manual focus with electronic rangefinder to EV-1
* Top shutter speed 1/8000 sec.; top flash sync 1/250 sec.
* Low-vibration, tungsten-alloy shutter
* Single-frame, continuous low speed (3.4 frames per sec.) and continuous high speed film advance (5.7 frames per sec. with the Nikon High Speed Battery Pack MB-21)
* Five exposure modes P (Program), PH (High-Speed Program for faster shutter speeds), S (Shutter-Priority),
A (Aperture-Priority), M (Manual)
* Multiple exposure lever; mirror lockup lever
* Depth-of-field preview button
* Interchangeable battery packs
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Love the weight and feel of this camera. No menus to dig through. Every function has a button knob or lever. Does pretty much anything that ...
Some may not like the weight of this thing but too me that is a good feature. Not as fast to auto focus as some of the newer cams but it is ...
After messing around with digital slrs for awhile, I decided that film was a better fit for me. So after a little research I plunked down my money and bought this sweetie. I haven't regretted the purchase one single day. It's a fun and easy to use camera for anyone that has used...
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uses buttons and dials (no menues) heavy duty solid metal contstruction dust and weather seals easy to use in manual and auto modes has ever...
If you don't like heavy you won't like this camera. To me though it is heavy because it is a tuff well built camera. The auto focus compared...
I started in the '70's with a Nikon F and this is the build and quality that I had expected it would be. I love that it uses buttons and dials for quickly setting exposure controls in manual mode (hate menus) and have really like the auto modes. Although I bought the camera for ...
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