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Nikon FG
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Technische Daten
Manufacturer Nikon Corporation, Japan
Build Period 1982 - 1984 (1986)
Type of camera Electronically controlled 35mm single-lens reflex
Picture format 24mm x 36mm (35mm film format)
Lens mount Nikon bayonet mount, Bayonet mount As with all Nikon SLRs, the FG uses the same type of bayonet mount which easily and securely mounts Nikkor and Nikon Series E lenses.
Shutter Electronically controlled vertical-travel metal focal-plane shutter
Shutter speeds Stepless speeds 1sec - 1/1000 sec. on P (Programmed) and A (Automatic) modes; 11 speeds l - l/l000 sec. on Manual; mechanically controlled, 1/90sec. at M90 setting and long exposure at B setting
P (Programmed) mode exposure control Light intensity feedback type; shutter speed and aperture set automatically and steplessly;
A (Automatic) mode exposure control Aperture priority type; aperture set manually while shutter speed set automatically and steplessly
Manual setting mode exposure control Both aperture and shutter speed set manually. Shutter speed timing controlled by quartz
Viefinder information Shutter speed scale with LED display, exposure warning signal, ready-light when used with speedlight
Exposure meter TTL center-weighted full-aperture measurement; meter incorporates one silicon photodiode (SPD)
Metering range EV 1 to EV 18 (i.e., f/1.4 at 1 sec. to f/16 at 1/1000sec. at ASA/ISO 100 and with 50mm f/1.4 lens)
Film speed range ASA/ISO 12-3200
Audio warning system "Beep-beep" warning sound activated {when shutter release button is pressed halfway if shutter speed is approx. 1/30 sec. and below, or approx. 1/1000sec. and above; can be turned off via audio warning lever
Exposure compensation dial +2EV to -2EV by 1/2 increments
Exposure compensation button Approx. +2EV when button is kept depressed as shutter is released
Viewfinder Fixed eye level pentaprism type with built-in TTL exposure meter; approx. 92% of the frame coverage
Focusing screen Fixed-type Nikon K-type clear-matte screen; comprises clear-matte/Fresnel field and central split-image rangefinder spot surrounded by microprism collar and 12 mm-dia. reference circle which denotes area of center-weighted metering
Finder magnification 0.84X (50mm lens set at infinity)
Film advance Via hinged type lever; wound by single stroke or series of shorter strokes; 144 degree winding angle
Frame counter Shows number of frames exposed; automatically resets to "S" when camera back is opened
Film rewind Via film rewind crank rotated after rewind button is depressed
Hot-shoe contact Standard ISO-type; accepts SB-15 or other ISO-type Nikon speedlights directly
Flash synchronisation Speeds of up to 1/90 sec. with electronic flash; with SB-15, SB-I0 or SB-E or any dedicated Nikon Speedlight where flash sync speed is automatically set to l/90 sec. when shutter speed/mode selector is set at P, A or 1/125 - 1/l000 sec. setting; while at 1-1/60sec. setting, the shutter will operate at set speed
Ready light Incorporated in the viewfinder
Motor drive coupling Electrical contacts and mechanical coupler built in for operation with the Motor Drive MD-14 or MD-E
Camera back Swings open when film rewind knob is pulled up; memo holder provided- interchangeable with the MF-15 Data Back
Self timer Lever provided can be set for up to approx. 10 sec. exposure delay; setting cancelable before actual shutter release
Reflex mirror Instant-return non-lockable type
Hand grip Detachable type
Power source Two 1.55V silver-oxide batteries (S-76 or SR-44 type), two 1.5V alkaline-manganese batteries (LR-44 type) or one 3V lithium battery (CR-I 3N type)
Power ON/OFF switch Meter switched on when shutter release button is pressed halfway; stays switched on for approx. 16 seconds after finger is lifted off button
Body finish Chrome and black available
Dimensions (body only) W x H x D 136mm x 87.5 mm x 54 mm
Weight (body only) Approx. 490g
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