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Nikon FM-10 35mm SLR Camera with 35-70mm f/3.5-4.8 Zoom Lens

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  • In this kit, the FM10 body is fitted with Nikon's 35mm to 70mm lens
  • Full manual control
  • Selectable shutter speeds up to 1/2000th of 1 second
  • Depth of field Preview; 'B' Setting
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Nikon FM-10 35mm SLR Camera with 35-70mm f/3.5-4.8 Zoom Lens + Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film - 4 Pack + Ilford 1574577 HP5 Plus, Black and White Print Film, 135 (35 mm), ISO 400, 36 Exposures
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Nikon
  • Model: 1689
  • Film Format Type: 35mm
  • Lens Type: zoom
  • Optical zoom: 52 x

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6 x 5.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006I5JN
  • Item model number: 1689
  • Batteries 44 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,336 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

For the individual who likes to take total control, the FM10 lets you make the choices.In this kit, the FM10 body is fitted with Nikon's 35mm to 70mm lens.Full manual control.Selectable shutter speeds up to 1/2000th of 1 second, 'B' Setting.Depth of field Preview

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Customer Reviews

I fully recommend this camera to anybody that wants to learn basic photography.
Michael Dj
The FM10 not only doesn't deserve to be considered an FM, but it isn't even made by Nikon.
bigmetalemu
The camera's lighter than most manual cameras I've held, but it feels very sturdy.
Aaron Johnson

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285 of 290 people found the following review helpful By Peter V. Cannice on November 5, 2005
I really hope that this short review is of some help to those who are out there searching for a nice and affordable camera to buy. There are so many to choose from and so many different ways, especially with shopping via the Internet, to purchase cameras that it helps to have someone help out. You'll find that the Nikon FM-10 is lightweight, but as durable as some cameras that are much more expensive.

I am an avid photographer and I love two brands of cameras, Canon and Nikon. The Nikon FM10 is a durable and dependable 35mm film camera. The kit comes complete with everything you will need to begin your new photographic adventure. My only concern for people that are not VERY familiar with cameras, is that you might now realize that this model is not automatic like the newer versions. If you have the time to spend focusing your subject-then this is a camera that will perform consistently for you. If you are brand new to photography and would like for your camera to do all of the focusing and other adjustments, you're likely better off at least reviewing the newer versions of this SAME camera.

I have used this camera over and over and over again. In all honesty, it's as good a camera as any at this level. The photos are always crisp and predictable and the body of the camera has held up well for over 7 years. I've found myself taking photographs and then the rain would come and soak myself and the camera. Even without proper water protection, the camera has not shown any problems or any sign of rusting.

You'll find it easy to load your film and quite easy to get used to taking great pictures. The lens that is included with the Camera Kit is a very good one and will serve most of your needs.
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84 of 90 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on October 30, 2003
The FM series of cameras from Nikon has a long and distinguished history. The FM10 is a totally manual camera with through the lens center weighted metering. The beauty of the manual system is that you have a complete range of shutter speeds if the batteries fail. Additionally, you get to set the camera settings how you want to without trying to out think and out smart the auto programming that most cameras have now. In other words, you get to take the picture; not the camera. The FM10 is a sturdy camera that has one of the widest ranges of lenses available to it. There is not a lens that you can think of that can not be found for this camera. Beginners or professionals: anyone that wants to be a photographer and not just a button pusher should get this camera.
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92 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Johnson on February 7, 2003
Most of the reviews I've read about this camera say it's cheap, not up to Nikon's standards, and made out of horrible plastic.
They're very wrong. The camera's lighter than most manual cameras I've held, but it feels very sturdy. The lens it comes with is just fine for students and beginners, and I'll hold on to it even though I plan on getting a fixed 50mm Nikon lens very soon. Still, for the price, you can't beat it!
If you've read other reviews about how cheap this camera feels and you're weary, all I can say is go to a camera store and hold it. If you want something much more rugged you'll pay a lot more money. If you want something to start shooting with then get this camera. It'll also help you start building a good Nikon kit so if you decide to upgrade bodies later you won't have to repurchase all your lenses.
Great clarity, great quality
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By David Warren on May 21, 2004
I bought this camera brand new and I have to that it is a great camera. I needed a new 35mm fully manual but didn't feel like spending a fortune. I read the specs on the camera and bought it. It is one hell of a work horse. Anyone who bashes this camera has not used it.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Photomic on November 17, 2006
I bought this camera as a back up to my F2, my baby. I wanted SLR that I didn't have to worry about getting damaged, stolen, etc. I've run a couple of rolls through it and what can I say? It does EXACTLY what its supposed to. It accepts all of my older Nikkor lenses AND my newer auto-focus Sigma zooms. It has a strong metal shutter, the viewfinder is bright and crisp (especailly after adding a f1.4 50mm lens). Now, its not a FM3a, a FM2(2), or even a FM. But, it has A LOT more features than a Pentax K1000. I haven't attepmted using any of my macro equipement on it yet, but I am almost positive it will work. Its a nice basic manual film camera that one can use their nikkor lenses with. My biggest fear is the cameras overall construction, the shutter is solid, but the body....worries me a bit, its not metal. I do pamper my equipment, so only time will tell. If you're even slightly interested in this camera, you'll probalby need to make up your mind soon. As many of us know, Nikon has discontinnued all manufacturing and develpoment of all film cameras. Whatever is currently being sold now is whatever stock that is leftover since Nikon discontinnued anything film. All around film SLRs have now become a rarity, especailly manual ones........Something about something called digital (?)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By denat on January 23, 2014
This is a fully manual film SLR which I purchased roughly around the time when it was first released and I used for about a decade.

I am taking off one star because it is plastic. I don't like that and it takes something away from the feel of quality. There is something intangible about that. Now that this camera is retired, I would have expected that given the many years of use, I would feel more sentimental about it. I don't and I blame the plastic.

But plastic construction is where my criticism ends. Let me be clear: this camera is a work horse and looks pretty much as new after about 10 years of use and abuse. The only apparent wear and tear is on the lens. Also, in terms of design, it is an elegant looking camera.

I have taken it on many trips abroad as a student and have brought it to remote wilderness areas. I even dropped it into a lake once. The film was obviously ruined, but I immediately opened it up and dried it out in the sun. Nothing happen to it! I've never had any mechanical problems with the camera and the the pictures that it produces are great!

I don't believe any reviewer who says that this thing is not durable because of its plastic construction. My guess is that people just assume that it won't last. I think this really is just an aesthetic issue.

What I really like about this camera is the very large (although slightly dim) viewfinder. The camera is just asking to be held up to your eye. The lens is good but also plastic with cheap looking aluminum mount . The focusing ring has a smooth and nicely dampened action. It's relatively small too.

I hate to say it, but in spite of the fact that this is a good camera, if I were to shop for a manual SLR all over again, I would purchase something that's metal. Having said that, I've never regretted owning it and I am happy with it. I would recommend it.
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