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Metering System: TTL full-aperture exposure metering system. Three metering systems selectable (limitations with lens used): 3D Matrix Metering, Center-Weighted Metering: 75% of the meter's sensitivity concentrated on the 12mm dia. circle, Spot Metering: 4mm dia. circle (approx. 1% of entire frame).
Film Advance: Automatic advance with built-in motor; S, C, Cs, selectable; (S: for one frame advance, C: Continuous shooting, Cs: Continuous silent low-speed shooting).
Shooting Modes: Programmed Auto, (Flexible Program possible), Shutter priority, Aperture Priority and Manual.
Usable Lenses: All AF, AF-I and AF-S NIKKOR lenses provide full AF and metering operation. AI-P lenses provide manual focus with electronic rangefinder and full metering operation. AI lenses provide manual focus with electronic rangefinder, aperture priority and manual exposure mode, Center-Weighted and Spot metering operation.
Autofocus: TTL phase detection, Nikon Multi-CAM 1300 autofocus module.
Flash: Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), Red-Eye Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync.
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Simply the best 35mm camera I've shot with a wide range of film cameras in a few formats. The F100 is probably the finest 35mm film camera I ever worked with. It withstands conditions that would destroy other cameras, but yet has features that appeal even to studio photographers. It has exceptionally simple but extremely powerful modes and tuneable settings that let you dial in precisely the behavior you want every single time. It works with the vast majority of Nikon's lenses, from my venerable 80s lenses up to the newest FX lenses. This was the only camera good enough to replace my FE2, and I still use it to this day whenever a shot simply has to be perfect. May 16, 2014
A perfect film camera! No complicated menus, works beautifully to create flawless images. I love shooting with my F100 for family get together's and personal work. Its fits perfectly in your hands with a nice balance especially using prime lenses. I can walk or hike around with it handheld for hours with no issues. March 29, 2014
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How do you know film is properly loaded?

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I have been digital now for many years but would like to use my F100. It's only seen a few rolls of film, then my business went to digital....... but I would like to do some nostalgia playing. The F100 is so quiet, how do I know the film is caught on the takeup spool?
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Favorite Subject: Landscape
Nikon Family: 21+ years
Experience: More than a year
Role: Professional photographer
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First frame will register on film counter. Make sure auto film load is on, load film, close the door and camera does the rest.
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I tried to upload photos to the Nikon World and it locked up at 60% Does anyone know how to clear it so I can try again?

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I was trying to participate in a Nikon World Challenge and when I started to upload 5 photos it locked up after 3 photos 60%. Does anyone know how to refresh it so it frees up and I can try again...
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If refreshing the page didn't help then you can try closing and reopening your web browser. If the issue persists, please email MyNikonWorldSupport@mww.com for further assistance.
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