Nikon F70

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Nikon F70
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Nikon F70
Lensinterchangeable lens, Nikon F-mount
Compatible lensesNikon F-mount lenses
Film format35mm
Film size36mm x 24mm
Focus modesAutofocus
Shutterelectromagnetically controlled

The Nikon F70 (or N70 as it is known in the U.S.) is an SLR camera formerly 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.


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[edit]

Nikon N70 body

F70D version features built-in panorama mode, which crops the top and bottom parts of the image, producing 13 × 36mm image. It also features data imprinting back.

  • 3D Matrix Metering using 8-segment Matrix Sensor
  • Built-in retractable Speedlight with 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash
  • Vari-Program [P] system
  • Large, informative LCD, coordinated in shape and color with the control buttons
  • Two 3V CR123A (or DL123) lithium batteries

External links[edit]

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

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