- Brand Name: Nikon
- Model: 1722
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A large mode dial and easy-to-view LCD panel ensure easy access to exposure modes, including Auto and five Vari-Program modes, for point-and-shoot operation with professional results. A built-in Speedlight automatically pops up and fires flash when light is low or the subject is in backlighting.
The N75 also features creative exposure control functions like Auto Exposure Bracketing, Exposure Compensation, Multiple Exposure and more. In addition, New On-Screen Battery/Film Indicators in the viewfinder show battery power and film supply status.
The N75's five AF sensors cover a wide area, both horizontally and vertically, and it offers three modes to control the focus area selection, including closest subject priority and center subject priority. The camera allows for easier framing by placing the Focus Area Selector switch conveniently next to the right-hand thumb so that, even while taking pictures, you can adjust focus area selection.
In addition to measuring the brightness and contrast of a particular scene, Nikon's exclusive 25-segment 3D matrix meter also analyzes complex exposure and lighting conditions, comparing it with an on-board database of picture-taking information that is built upon more than 30,000 actual scenes stored in the camera.
absolutely, totally, satisfied. better quality than the very expensive digital cameras. I was going to buy an expensive digital camera, luckily I tried my old film camera and then... Read morePublished 13 months ago by matthew b
THE CAMERA CAME VERY FAST AND WELL PACKED AND THE FREIGHT WAS MORE FOR THE SHIPPER THEN I PAID,AND I AM PLEASED WITH ITEM AS IT IS LIKE NEW. Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by jrs
Great camera. I already own a digital Nikon DSLR but wanted to try the film experience and test what I have learned (and also what I have not) since I first grabbed my D80. Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by Jaime E. Espinoza
This camera is fantastic! It is very easy to use. My suggestion, get the Nikon 50mm/f1.8 and the Nikon MB-18 battery grip. The 50mm is a fast cheap and high quality lens. Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by Dayton Dave
item shipped exceptionally fast (ordered thursday morning got it saturday)! and the camera is in more than perfect condition. Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by khelms
...even though I also have a D60. The N75 (AKA F75) has amazing features, especially considering the price and weight. Read morePublished on February 1, 2009 by Andrew Lynn
Battery cover is very poor design and can easily come apart. A metal plate is attached to the plastic door with small plastic studs. Read morePublished on September 28, 2008 by W. Magerkurth
An excellent camera. Uses Nikon's smallest AF chassis (shared with the decontented N55). I have owned several and always had excellent results. Read morePublished on August 30, 2008 by notamini
Hello?!!! Why would anyone bother to buy a film camera, in these days of raging digital slr fever? In fact, why bother with an auto-focus film SLR at all, when you can buy manual... Read morePublished on November 11, 2007 by hobbyist-2006