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Nikon 35mm SLR Camera

Discussion in 'For Sale: Other Stuff (Not bass related)' started by Groove Theory, Feb 21, 2006.


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  1. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    Its the "these medical bills have got to go" sales event!
    now I've got a Nikon N60 SLR 35mm Camera w/ Quantaray for nikon AF 28-80mm lens and a Quantaray 55mm UV (QMC-UV) filter. It's all in pristine condition, no scratches, dents, dings, whatever, it works flawlessly and takes incredible pictures. It also comes with a carrying case that holds the camera, a couple filters, and 3 rolls of film. I'm asking $125 shipped to the lower 48...PM me if you have any questions or would like more pics, etc...here's all the info you'd ever want from the nikon web page (note, this is NOT the quartz date model)

    Type of camera: Integral-motor autofocus 35mm single-lens reflex (SLR) with built-in TTL Speedlight

    Picture format: 24 x 36mm [standard 35mm (135) film format]

    Lens mount: Nikon F mount

    Lenses: AF Nikkor lenses, AI-P-type Nikkor lens. IX-Nikkors cannot be used. See notes below.

    Focus modes: Autofocus (AF) or Manual (M)

    Autofocus: Auto-Servo AF: automatically chooses Single-Servo AF or Continuous-Servo AF operation according to the subject status, i.e. stationary or moving (including directional information)

    Note: Continuous-Servo AF is automatically selected when exposure mode is set to Sport

    Autofocus detection system: TTL phase detection system using Nikon Advanced AM200 autofocus module; AF-Assist Illuminator provided

    Autofocus detection range: Approx. EV -1 to 19 (at ISO 100)

    Autofocus lock: Focus is locked when shutter release button is lightly pressed and stationary subject is in focus in Auto-Servo AF

    Focus tracking: Automatically activated with a moving subject

    Exposure modes: General-Purpose Program, Auto-Multi Program (Flexible Program possible), Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, Manual, and five Vari-Program modes (Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sport, Night Scene)

    Programmed Auto exposure control: Both shutter speed and aperture are set for the following modes: General-Purpose Program, Auto-Multi Program (Flexible Program possible), Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sport, and Night Scene

    Shutter-Priority Auto exposure control: Aperture automatically selected to match manually set shutter speed in Shutter-Priority Auto mode

    Aperture-Priority Auto exposure control: Shutter speed automatically selected to match manually set aperture in Aperture-Priority Auto mode

    Manual exposure control: Both aperture and shutter speed are set manually in Manual mode

    Shutter speed/aperture adjustment: Rotating the Command Dial changes shutter speed in Shutter-Priority Auto and Manual modes or aperture value in Aperture-Priority Auto mode in 1/2 EV steps. To change aperture value in Manual mode, rotate the Command Dial while pressing the aperture button

    Auto exposure lock: Available by pressing the AE-L button while the exposure meter is on

    Exposure compensation: With exposure compensation button; ±3 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps (in Auto-Multi Program, Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, and Manual modes)

    Exposure metering: 3D Matrix: with D-type AF Nikkor; Six-segment Matrix: with non-D-type AF Nikkor, AI-P Nikkor; Center-Weighted: in Manual exposure mode or with Auto Exposure Lock

    Exposure metering range: EV 1 to 20 at ISO 100, 50mm f/1.4 lens

    Exposure meter switch: Activated by turning on power, lightly pressing shutter release button; stays on for 5 sec. after removing finger from button, or 2 sec. after releasing shutter

    Shutter: Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shutter

    Shutter release: Electromagnetic

    Shutter speeds: In General-Purpose Program, Auto-Multi Program, Aperture-Priority Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sport, Night Scene: 30 to 1/2000 sec. automatically set. In Shutter-Priority Auto, Manual: 30 to 1/2000 sec., Long Time Exposure (can only be selected in Manual)

    Viewfinder: Fixed-eyelevel pentaprism high-eyepoint type; approx. 0.69X to 0.74X magnification with 50mm lens set at infinity; approx. 90% frame coverage

    Diopter adjustment: –1.5 to +1.0 diopter

    Eyepoint: Approx. 17mm

    Focusing screen: Fixed Nikon Clear Matte Screen II with central focus brackets for autofocus operation

    Viewfinder information: Focus indication (in-focus indication and AF impossible warning), "fEE" warning, "Err" warning, "F--" warning, exposure value (shutter speed, aperture), exposure warning, electronic analog display, exposure compensation, focus brackets, Center-Weighted Metering area, flash ready-light (charged indication, full output warning and flash recommended)

    Viewfinder illuminator: Automatically activates when exposure meter is on

    Film speed range: ISO 25 to 5000

    Film speed setting: Automatically set to ISO speed of DX-coded film used

    Film loading: Film automatically advances to first frame when camera back is closed

    Frame counter: Digital display in LCD panel; additive type; counts back while film is being rewound

    Film advance: Film automatically advances one frame when shutter is released; in Sport mode, shots are taken as long as shutter release button is depressed; shooting speed: approx. 1 fps

    Film rewind: Film automatically starts to rewind at the end of the film roll; rewind speed: approx. 17 sec. with 36-exposure film or approx. 14 sec. with 24-exposure film; mid-roll rewind possible

    Self-timer: Electronically controlled; timer duration: 10 sec.; cancelable

    Reflex mirror: Automatic, instant-return type

    Accessory shoe: Standard ISO-type with hot-shoe contact, ready-light contact, TTL flash contact, monitor contact; mount receptacle for Posi-Mount system provided

    Built-in TTL Speedlight: Activated by pressing Speedlight lock-release button; guide number: 49 (at ISO 100, ft.); angle of coverage: 28mm lens or longer lens with some limitations (see the list on page 10); approx. 4 sec. recycling time

    Flash synchronization speed: 1/125 sec. or slower

    Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash: Possible with built-in TTL Speedlight or Nikon dedicated Speedlights such as SB-28, SB-27, SB-23, SB-22s, and SB-16B; Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash in Auto exposure modes; Center-Weighted Fill-Flash in Manual exposure mode

    Standard TTL flash: Activated when using a non-CPU lens

    Flash ready-light: When Speedlight is off: blinks when using flash is recommended; when Speedlight is on: lights up when built-in Speedlight or Nikon dedicated Speedlight is ready to fire; blinks after shooting to warn of insufficient light for correct exposure

    Power source: Two CR123A or DL123A-type lithium batteries

    Battery power confirmation: Fully-darkened battery graphic for sufficient power; half darkened-battery graphic indicates batteries are nearing exhaustion; blinking half-darkened battery graphic indicates batteries are just about exhausted; no indication/symbol appears when batteries are completely exhausted or improperly installed

    Body finish: Silver (N60) or black (N60 QUARTZ DATE)

    LCD panel information: Shutter speed, aperture, flash sync mode, film speed, exposure compensation, frame counter/compensation value, "fEE" warning, "Err" warning, "F--" warning, film loading, self-timer, battery power and Flexible Program

    Camera back: Hinged back with film cartridge confirmation window; unchangeable

    Dimensions (W x H x D): Approx. 5.8 x 3.8 x 2.7 in. (N60), 5.8 x 3.8 x 2.8 in. (N60 QUARTZ DATE)

    Weight (body only): Approx. 20.3 oz. (N60), 20.6 oz. (N60 QUARTZ DATE)

    Usable film: ISO 32 to 3200 DX-coded film

    Power source: One 3V lithium battery (CR2025 type)
     
  2. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    Oops, forgot the pics
     

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  3. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    and one of the case...
     

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  4. Jason Carota

    Jason Carota Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2002
    Lowell, MA
  5. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    I didn't get it, could you re-send it? thanks!
     
  6. Jason Carota

    Jason Carota Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2002
    Lowell, MA
    I jumped the gun and posted a reply before the PM. :) You should have it now.
     
  7. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    got it, and back atcha...
     
  8. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    ON HOLD pending payment
     
  9. Groove Theory

    Groove Theory Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

    Oct 3, 2004
    The Psychiatric Ward
    Well now it's SOLD, Thanks Jason!
     



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