These are my thoughts about the Nikon F100. I’m not claiming to be a “camera gurú” or any kind of expert. And certainly I won’t talk about “specifications” (you can find them all over the web).

I just love photography as hobby and as an expression. After months and months of having this Nikon model running around my head, I came across with a beautiful "almost new condition" F100 on Ebay. For just $125, it was no brainer! After months and months of having this Nikon model running around my head, I came across with a beautiful “almost new condition” F100 on Ebay. For just $125, it was no brainer!

Left: Nikon D7000 (dslr) Right: Nikon F100 (35mm film) Even when the F100 is wider camera in size, its fairly slimmer than the digital D7000.

                Left: Nikon D7000 (dslr)                                       Right: Nikon F100 (35mm film)

Even when the F100 is wider camera in size, its fairly slimmer than the digital D7000.

My Iphone's photo doesn't make justice to the F100's big and bright 96% coverage viewfinder. One of the nicer features of shooting with 35mm cameras. My Iphone’s photo doesn’t make justice to the F100’s big and bright 96% coverage viewfinder. One of the nicer features of shooting with 35mm cameras. (or “full frame” on the digital side)

Nikon-F100-05   I started to shooting film (again) not too much time ago. And my first 35mm slr, was this beautiful Nikon FE. With the FE, you have to advance the film manually with the camera’s lever; so, it’s easy to forget that your F100 is not a modern digital, and you have to be cautious and not waste your film! It’s easy to get excited and get carried away with the F100!

Nikon-F100-06 In summary: *If you love/want to try shooting 35 mm film. * If you’re a Nikon camera’s fan or already have Nikkor lenses with no use. This camera, for the price and it’s features is a bargain and “a must have”. Truly, a Modern Classic. What are you waiting to get yours??

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