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The simple addition of the motor drive to a Nikon F results in a unique, automatic instrument that opens a new vista of picture-taking possibilities, The motor-equipped Nikon F can be fired in-hand or remotely by intervalometer photocell relay, or other triggering device...wired or by radio control. The motor automatically makes the exposure, advances the film and winds the shutter. It can be preset to fire single shots, bursts of two or more, or through an entire film load-at rates up to 3 (and even 4) shots per second. The automatic mirror and diaphragm remain fully operative at up to 3 per second. The value of the motor in news and sports photography, and in action sequences generally, is self-evident, as is its use in timelapse study, motion analysis and surveillance. Less obvious, but no less important, is its facility to capture the elusive moment, the fleeting expression, the essence of the picture situation which so often aries the moment after the shutter was fired. Whether you're stalking one picture or the whole sequence, the unrelenting fire pattern of the motor is sure to bag your quarry. Camera uses standard film cassettes.