|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|
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. 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.
Media related to Nikon F75 at Wikimedia Commons
- N75 at Nikon-image.com
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See also: Nikon DSLR cameras
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