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Experience the uniqueness of film photography with the Nikon N75 35mm SLR camera. It can fit Nikon F-mount lenses. The camera uses a matrix meter with a 25-segment sensor. It comes with shutter-priority, aperture-priority, program, and manual-exposure modes. The camera has a fixed eye-level penta-Dach mirror viewfinder with a built-in diopter adjustment of -1.5 to + 0.8 m- 1. This camera has an ISO range of 25 to 5000 for DX films and ISO 100 for non-DX coded films. Its shutter can be set to a maximum speed of 1/2000th of a second. Also, you may attach an electronic flash on the top accessory shoe.
Optics and Focus
The Nikon N75 can be used with F-mount lenses. It includes two focus modes: the auto-servo AF and manual focus. Further, in the auto-servo AF are two functions that are used when the subject is stationary or in motion. With the Lock-On function, the focus stays fixed on the subject in the frame even if another object momentarily obscures the viewfinder. Out of three auto-exposure modes, two prioritize shutter and aperture values. In the program mode, you may choose from five exposure options that are optimized for portrait, landscape, close-up, sports, and night photography. You may switch to the auto mode, in which the camera handles exposure control and offers you a simple point-and-shoot photography experience. You may also capture fast-moving objects without any blur by using the fast shutter speed of 1/2000th of a second.
Sensor and Screen
This Nikon camera has a fixed eye-level penta-Dach mirror viewfinder that provides a 0.68–0.60× magnification with a 50mm lens. With this viewfinder, you get around 89% screen coverage. Also, in the viewfinder, you get to see the current shutter speed, aperture value, exposure compensation, flash status, film status, and battery power.
Image and Video
This Nikon SLR camera can take photos with 35mm film negatives. Its ISO for DX-coded films ranges between 25 and 5000, while that for non-DX-coded films stands at 100. With the built-in motor, the camera automatically winds the film. It also ensures a continuous shooting speed of 1.5 fps with fresh batteries, and rewinds the film from mid-way.
The Nikon N75 camera has an accessory shoe for mounting most speedlights. With the X-sync contact, the camera can synchronize the speedlight with the shutter at 1/90th of a second. The camera also has a built-in speedlight flash that boasts a guide number of 12 m at ISO 100. You may use the depth-of-field preview button for stopped-down photography. The exposure meter of the camera automatically shuts down after 5 seconds. In the self-timer mode, the camera’s shutter release can be delayed by 10 seconds. This Nikon camera also features a 1/4-inch tripod socket, and is powered by two 3V CR2 lithium batteries.