Nikon F75

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Nikon F75 (N75)
Nikon N75 1.JPG
Type 35mm SLR
Lens mount Nikon F-mount
Focus TTL Phase Detection Autofocus (5 zones)
Exposure Nikon 3D Matrix (25 zones), Spot, and Center-weighted
Frame rate 1.5 frame/s
Made in Thailand
Nikon N75 body
Nikon N75 body from the top
Nikon N75 body detail

The Nikon F75 (sold in the United States as the N75 and Japan as the U2) was the last consumer-level autofocus 35mm SLR camera sold by the Nikon Corporation beginning in February 2003.[1] The camera replaced the similarly consumer-targeted Nikon F65.

The Nikon F75 is still sold cheaply on the used market, and is valued because it can drive Nikon's newest lens designs, including those with AF-S and VR.

There was a version, dubbed the F75D (N75D) that featured a date-recording back.

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Media related to Nikon F75 at Wikimedia Commons

  • N75 at Nikon-image.com