User manual for Nikon F6 35mm SLR Autofocus Camera Body
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User manual for the Nikon F6 35mm SLR Autofocus Camera Body
The user manual for the Nikon F6 35mm SLR Autofocus Camera Body provides
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The Nikon F6 is Nikon's flagship film camera that includes the latest Nikon advances such as the 11-area AF system for exceptionally high-speed autofocus operation with outstanding accuracy, and the Creative Lighting System for incomparable flash photography. And Nikon's proprietary 3D Color Matrix Metering system has been further refined for improved accuracy in scene reading.
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Additional parameters of the Nikon F6 35mm SLR Autofocus Camera Body:
| Type || 35mm SLR |
| Lens Mount || AF-D, AF-I, AF-S (accepts AF, AIS mounts with limitations) |
| Focus Modes || One shot AF, Predictive AF & Manual |
| Focus Type || TTL Phase detection (11-point AF system with 9 crosshair sensors) |
| Focusing Range || EV -1 to 19 (@ ISO 100 with f/1.4 lens) |
| Exposure Modes || Program AE, Flexible program, Shutter priority, Aperture priority, Manual |
| Exposure Metering || Three built-in exposure meters: 1005-Zone RGB 3D Color Matrix II Flexible-size centerweighted 1% Spot (linkable to 11 focusing points)TTL 5-Zone flash metering (with monitor preflash) |
| Metering Range @ ISO 100 with f/1.4 Lens || EV 0-20 in 3D Evaluative & Centerweighted metering |
EV 2-20 in Spot metering
| Shutter Speed || 1/8000th to 30 sec in AF mode, with sync at 1/250th sec 1/8000th to 30 min + Bulb in [M] modeSync up to 1/8000th sec with appropriate flashes |
| Exposure Compensation || ±5 EV in 1/3, 1/2, or 1 EV increments |
| Exposure Bracketing || 2 - 7 shots, in ±1/3, 1/2, 2/3rd or 1 EV increments |
| ISO Range || 25-5000 (DX) |
6-6400 in Manual setting
| Built-in Flash || No |
| Film Wind || [S] Single shot [CL] Continues Low-Speed (up to approx 2 frames-per-second (fps)) [CH] Continuous High-Speed ( up to 5.5 fps, or up to 8 fps with optional MB-40 Battery Pack) [CS] Continues Silent (approx. 1 fps) Manual |
| Focusing Screen || B Type BriteView clear screen Matte II (interchangeable) |
| Diopter Correction || Yes (-2 to +1, with additional diopters available) |
| Self Timer || 10-Second delay |
| Remote Control || 10-pin socket (optional MC-20 with timer, or MC-30 trigger) |
| PC Terminal || Yes |
| Depth-of-Field Preview || Yes |
| Mirror Lock-Up || Yes |
| Multiple Exposure || Yes |
| Viewfinder Info || Metering system, In-focus indicator, Focus area, Exposure mode, Aperture & Shutter speed, AE Lock, Analog exposure display, Exposure compensation, Exposure Bracketing, Battery power, Sync speed, Flash ready light & Frame counter |
| LCD Information || Top LCD: |
Aperture, Shutter speed, Aperture/shutter speed lock, Aperture stop, Exposure mode, Flexible Program, Exposure compensation, Autobracketing, Flash sync speed, Electronic analog display, Battery power & Frame counter
Shooting display (Normal, detailed, full display); Shooting data display (film data, frame data); Menu display (Custom Setting menu, set up menu, shooting menu, Non-CPU lens, language)
| Color || Black |
| Power Source || (2) CR123A 3V batteries with provided Battery Holder MS-41(8) AA-size or (1) Li-ion Rechargeable Battery EN-EL4a with optional MB-40 battery pack |
| Dimensions || 6.2 x 4.7 x 3.1" (157 x 119 x 79mm) WxHxD |
| Weight || 2.15 lbs (975g) [without batteries] |
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