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1. From : Dave (dvalvo@rochester.rr.com)
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Date : 09:15 AM Friday 21 May, 2004

A friend gave me a Nikon F to sell fo him. The Camera is clean and in good working order although I haven't put a battery in it to check the meter. It has 5 lenses; 35mm, 50mm, 50mm close up, 135mm and a Vivitar 35 to 85 zoom. What kind of price should I be able to get for it? Should I sell them separately or as a package? Please email me directly since I don't watch this site. Thanks.


2. From : Giuseppe Belli (giuseppemaria.belli@tin.it)
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Date : 08:56 PM Sunday 02 May, 2004

I've a F with motor drive F36 BUT with standard battery pack. I'm looking for a cordless battery pack with front screw. HELP ME, PLEASE ! I live in Italy. Can change with F250 motor drive perfect and complete.


3. From : John Mouritsen (aratika@hotmail.com)
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Date : 01:34 PM Sunday 02 May, 2004

I want to identify a F100 Nikon 35mm camera which has come into my possession .Which has no manual.Is the serial NO inside the body as at the moment I have a film in it .Is there any thing free on line for the manuals.All I can see is the F100 on the front no other identifying marks .


4. From : rick oleson (rick_oleson@yahoo.com)
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Date : 02:02 AM Friday 30 April, 2004

i had the T finder, i think the TN is the same: you have to turn the asa dial until your film speed number lines up with the maximum aperture of your lens on the chrome rim. then you also have to remember to change it every time you change lenses or your meter reading will be off, because unlike the FTN, the T and Tn finders do not index the maximum aperture automatically. :)=


5. From : Dennis Fonner (remmington@iquest.net)
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Date : 05:46 AM Tuesday 27 April, 2004

Hi, just recieved a nikon f with the TN finder. I can't figure out how to set the asa. Can some one please help? Thanks


6. From : Jim Power (jpower@martinlogan.com)
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Date : 01:18 AM Friday 19 March, 2004

Thanks Rick, Good tip to double check for the rectangular eyepiece. jp


7. From : rick oleson (rick_oleson@yahoo.com)
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Date : 12:06 PM Thursday 18 March, 2004

Hi Jim: I don't have an F2 or F3, but i DO know that the eyepiece thread is the same in my F, my FM2N, and my Nikkormat. Earlier versions of the F prism, however, do not have a threaded eyepiece but a rectangular one. hope this may be of some help..... rick :)=


8. From : Jim Power (jpower@martinlogan.com)
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Date : 09:15 AM Wednesday 17 March, 2004

Does anyone know if the F2 or F3 series diopters fit the original F meter head? Thanks jp


9. From : Tony (gare_fowl@yahoo.co.uk)
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Date : 07:20 AM Wednesday 17 March, 2004

Regarding Danny's problem with his e/l finder not fitting the body - I recently bought a Photomic head for my F, and had the same problem. Consulted my local Nikon guru, who explained that the design changed slightly over the years, and my head was a very early one, whereas my body was 67/68, and the locating pins were in slightly different places. This may be the solution. Tony


10. From : Sidney S. Leeds (sid019@aol.com)
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Date : 02:09 AM Monday 15 March, 2004

I am in dire need of batteries for the nikon F Photomic meter. The number on my dead mercury cells is HD 1560. Please help!


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