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End of an era...

Advantages: Fantastic build quality, superb handling, access to Nikon's legendary range of lenses, capable of virtually any assignment, total "systems"camera
Disadvantages: Slow 1/80 sec flash sync, idiosyncratic position of hot-shoe,dull (by modern standards anyway) viewfinder, metering pattern takes getting used to, this is NOT a point-and-shoot camera.

I first experienced the Nikon F3 back in 1984 when I asked to see it back in a (now sadly closed down) profession camera dealer and I would have purchased on the spot if I'd have had the £600 asking price. But being a poor student, I was just dreaming the ...

peterkinxl5 30.03.2005 · Read full review
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A reliable rock

Advantages: Sturdiness, image quality and reliability
Disadvantages: Weight

...is nothing new to say that the Nikon F3 is an excellent camera, indeed it has been known to be so to anyone who is interested in photography and has read a little about cameras. In my personal experience, the F3 has been a trustworthy friend that ...

Librelola 13.08.2005 · Read full review
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I wish I'd had one all along

Advantages: Professional quality
Disadvantages: Expensive

The Nikon F3 is perhaps the ultimate professional camera. Being a manual focus camera, some high level of attention is needed to bring off good photos, but the optics and built in metering system are very helpful in that regard. With several exposure mo ...

Stonehouse 21.06.2000 · Read full review
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The Best I have owned- Mathew Sebastian

Advantages: robust! still works wonders
Disadvantages: none

I bought my first Nikon F3 in 1981 as a replacement for my excellent but ageing OM2n. I had only a few AI lenses to start with, a 28mm, 80-200 , a 2x converter and a Panagor Micro 90mm/2.8. Over the years, I have also moved from film to DSLR and own th ...

appacheindian1 15.09.2011 · Read full review
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Best AF Film Camera for Amateurs

Advantages: Ease of Use, Image Quality, Options, Shooting Modes, Compatibility
Disadvantages: Flash sync speed, Film (disadvantage for some), Developing Costs, A couple of buttons

...the Camera When it comes to talking about film cameras, the Nikon F80 (also known as N80 in the states) is particularly new as it came onto the market in the year 2000. In terms of camera models, that may seem like a long time ago, but wit ...

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