Nikon F70

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Nikon N70 body
Nikon F70 body (as marketed outside the U.S.)

The Nikon F70 (or N70 as it is known in the U.S.) was a SLR camera manufactured by the Japanese Company Nikon. Introduced in 1994, it is the predecessor to the Nikon F80. This camera is known for its unusual user interface which uses a combination of function and set buttons along with the thumb wheel to navigate the nestled settings. It is quite different compared to other Nikon SLR's of the same era.

Specification[edit]

Item Description
Type Integral-motor autofocus 35mm single-lens reflex.
Picture format: 24mm x 36mm (Standard 35mm film format).
Lens mount: Nikon F mount.
Focus modes: Autofocus, and manual with electronic rangefinder.
Autofocus area: Wide and Spot selectable.
Autofocus modes: Single Servo AF and Continuous Servo AF.
Focus Tracking: Automatically activated when subject moves.
Autofocus detection system: Nikon CMA274 autofocus module.
Autofocus detection range: Approx. EV -1 to EV 19 (at ISO 100).
Autofocus lock: Possible once stationary subject is in focus in single Servo AF.

Key Features

3D Matrix with 8-segment Matrix sensor Built-in retractable flash with 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash Vari-Program [P] system Large LCD information, coordinated in shape and color, with the control buttons F70D has built-in panorama mode (13 x 36mm) and printing data Two 3V CR123A (or DL123) lithium batteries

External links[edit]

Nikon F70 Nikon corporate site. Article retrieved 2012-10-15

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