Its facilities included autofocus, various forms of TTL light metering and different operating modes. It also included depth-of-field preview and remote shutter release, two facilities notably absent in the F60.
The F65D variant featured a date/time-imprinting facility.
In 2002, the F65 was joined by the F55, which was targeted at a new, lower price point.
- 14oz polycarbonate body
- Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and full manual modes
- Built in flash (GN 40) with Auto, Slow and Rear sync modes
- 5-point matrix CAM900 autofocus sensor
- Shutter speeds from 1/2000s to 30s and Bulb mode
- Supports DX-coded film up to ISO 5000
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