35mm [135] Format
SLR Camera F6 /

Type of camera: Integral-motor autofocus 35mm single-lens
Flash sync modes: Front-curtain sync (normal sync), Red-Eye
Battery power confirmation: N for sufficient power;
reflex with electronically controlled focal-plane shutter Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Slow Sync, ˜ indicates batteries are beginning to lose power; M Exposure modes: Programmed Auto (Flexible Program possi-
indicates batteries are just about exhausted, prepare fresh ble), Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto and Manual Flash ready-light: Lights up when the compatible Nikon
batteries; blinking M indicates replacement of batteries isnecessary (shutter locks and rear LCD indications disappear) Picture format: 24 x 36mm (standard 35mm film format)
Speedlight attached is fully charged; blinks (3 seconds afterflash) for full output warning Usable number of 36-exposure film rolls per set of fresh
Lens mount: Nikon F mount (with AF coupling, AF contacts)
Sync terminal: ISO519 terminal, lock screw provided
batteries (Approx.):
Lenses usable: Nikkor and Nikon lenses having Nikon F
The usable number of film rolls wass tested under the follow- Creative Lighting System: Advanced Wireless Lighting,
AUTO FP High-Speed Sync, Modeling flash, FV Lock and Wide Viewfinder: Fixed eye-level pentaprism, built-in diopter
Area AF-Assist Illuminator available with SB-800/600 Using an AF-S VR 24-120mm f/.3.5-5.6G IF-ED lens, Vibration Reduction Eyepoint: 18mm (at –1.0m-1)
function on, in Continuous Servo AF with film advance mode at S and Self-timer: Electronically controlled; timer duration: 10
shutter speed of 1/250 second. After lightly pressing the shutter release Focusing screen: B-type BriteView Clear Matte Screen II,
button for 8 seconds, autofocus operation covers the full range from interchangeable with six other optional focusing screens Depth-of-field preview button: Press to stop-down lens
infinity (∞) to the closest distance and back to infinity (∞) before each Viewfinder frame coverage: Approx. 100%
shot. After the exposure meter automatically turns off, the same opera- Finder magnification: Approx. 0.74x with 50mm lens set to
Mirror lockup: Set using film advance mode selector
Film loading: Film automatically advances to first frame
20˚C (68˚F) –10˚C (14˚F)
Viewfinder information: See page 3
Autofocus: TTL phase detection, Nikon Multi-CAM2000
Film advance modes: Automatic advance with built-in motor;
three modes available (S: One-frame advance, CL: Continuous Autofocus detection range: Approx. EV –1 to EV 19 (ISO
low-speed shooting, CH: Continuous high-speed shooting, CS: Focus modes: Single Servo AF and Continuous Servo AF, and
Film advance speed: (With Continuous Servo AF (C), Manual
exposure mode, shutter speed of 1/250 s or faster, 36-exposure Using an AF-S VR 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED lens, Vibration Reduction func- film, CR123A-type lithium batteries [AA-size alkaline-man- tion on, in Continuous Servo AF with film advance mode at CH and shut- Focus Tracking: Automatically activated in Single Servo AF
ganese or Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL4 in Multi-Power ter speed of 1/250 second. After lightly pressing the shutter release but- High Speed Battery Pack MB-40]) CL: Approx. 2 fps [4 fps]; CH: ton for 3 seconds, autofocus operation covers the full range from infinity Focus area: One — or a group — of 11 focus areas can be
Approx 5.5 fps [8 fps]; CS: Approx. 1 fps [2 fps] (∞) to the closest distance and back to infinity (∞) three times before Film rewind: Choice of automatic or manual; automatically
each shot. The same operation follows for the next shot.
AF Area Modes: Single Area AF, Dynamic AF, Group Dynamic
rewinds at the end of film roll or when two film rewind but- Battery/Temperature
20˚C (68˚F) –10˚C (14˚F)
AF or Dynamic AF with Closest-Subject Priority selectable tons are pressed; rewind speed with 36-exposure film: Approx.
Focus lock: Focus is locked by pressing AE/AF-L button or
lightly pressing shutter release button in Single Servo AF Multiple exposure: Activated via shooting menu
Exposure metering: Three built-in exposure meters — 3D
Interval timer: Activated via shooting menu
Top LCD panel information: See page 3
Metering range (ISO 100, f/1.4 lens): EV 0 to EV 20 in 3D
Rear LCD panel information: See page 3
Color Matrix and Center-Weighted, EV 2 to EV 20 in Spot Duration of Long Time (Bulb) exposure (Approx.):
Data imprint: Activated via shooting menu; in-frame,
Exposure compensation: With exposure compensation but-
between-frame and 0-frame imprint possible: film speed Battery/Temperature
20˚C (68˚F) –10˚C (14˚F)
ton; ±5 EV range, in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 steps Auto Exposure Bracketing: Number of shots: 2-7; compen-
Internal clock: Built-in clock; 24-hour type; leap year adjust-
sation steps: 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, or 1 EV steps Auto Exposure Lock: By pressing AE/AF-L button
Camera back: Hinged back; film confirmation window, AF
Film speed setting: DX or Manual selectable (manual setting
area mode selector, multi-selector, MENU button, film speed has priority over DX detected film speed); DX: ISO 25-5000, (ISO) button, flash sync mode button, INFO button, rear LCD Tripod socket: 1/4 (ISO1222)
Shutter: Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shut-
Shooting data: Recordable number of film rolls (36 expo-
Custom Settings: 41 Custom Settings are available
sures): Approx. 57 rolls in basic shooting data (13 items), Shutter speeds: 30 to 1/8,000 s (1/3 steps in S and M
Approx. 31 rolls in detailed shooting data (21 items) Two-Button Reset: Pressing the MENU and INFO buttons
modes); Bulb setting available in M mode (Shutter speed can simultaneously and holding them for more than 2 seconds 10-pin remote terminal: Equipped
resets various settings to their original default settings (with Power source: Battery holder MS-41 provided (two 3V lithium
Accessory shoe: ISO518 hot-shoe contact digital data com-
batteries); optional Multi-Power High Speed Battery Pack MB-40 munication (sync contact, ready-light contact, TTL auto flash Dimensions (W x H x D): Approx. 157 x 119 x 78.5mm (6.2 x
and AA-size battery holder MS-40 available (for eight alkaline- contact, monitor contact, GND), safety lock provided manganese, lithium or Ni-MH batteries, or one Rechargeable Li- Sync contact: X-contact only; flash synchronization up to
ion Battery EN-EL4); built-in backup battery Weight (without batteries): Approx. 975g (34.4 oz.)
1/250 s (up to 1/8,000 s possible in AUTO FP High-Speed Power switch: Power ON, OFF and LCD panel illuminator
Exposure meter: Auto meter shut-off 8 seconds after power
Flash control: TTL flash control by combined five-segment
turned on if no operations are performed; activated by lightly TTL Multi Sensor with single-component IC and 1,005-pixel pressing shutter release button or pressing AF start button RGB sensor; i-TTL Balanced Fill-Flash with SB-800/600; Film speed range in TTL auto flash: ISO 25-1000 All specifications apply when fresh AA-size batteries are used at normal temperature (20˚C/68°F) under test conditions established by Nikon.
Specifications and designs are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. December 2005 Fuji Bldg., 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-8331, Japan

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