Aperture-priority Nikon SLR that is very easy to use. Lightweight, easy to compose and shoot, and can use many Nikon accessories. Manual cap...
Aperture-priority automation only. No depth-of-field preview, TTL flash, or auto-loading that would be offered in the late 1980s.
When this camera came on the market in 1982, everyone was offering a scaled-down entry-level SLR to hook potential new customers. All were aperture-automated cameras; they were the Canon AV-1, Olympus OM-10, Minolta XG-1, and the Nikon EM. Judging by the quantity of each current...
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