This is a really fun-to-use and well-equipped Nikon manual focus camera from 1985. The Nikon N2000 (called the F301 in some markets) is an advanced SLR with a built in motor drive. The included lens is a sharp Nikon E 50mm f1.8. This is a very underrated Nikon body in my opinion, a real pleasure to use. The fact that it uses easy-to-find AAA batteries (not included) is a nice bonus. _options If you choose '+ film', a 24-exposure roll of Fujicolor 200 film will be included.
Condition notes The camera and lens are in very good condition (see photos). It was tested with film and and delivered sharp, correctly exposed photos.
Type of camera: 35mm single-lens reflex with motor
Picture format: 24mm x 36mm
Lens mount: Nikon bayonet type
Lenses mount: (AI, AIS, AF, E lenses), with some limitations
Exposure metering: TTL center-weighted (60/40); Programs P, P HI, A. Meter activated by lightly pressing shutter release button; stays on for approximately 16 sec after lifting finger from shutter release.
Metering range: EV 1 to EV 19 at ISO 100, f 1.4
Metering modes: P: normal program, aperture and speed set automatically; P HI: faster program (for moving subjects); A: aperture priority; manual; Exposure memory lock via button
Shutter: Electronic vertical metallic shutter. Release is electronic. Cable release MC-12A is used for remote release.
Shutter speeds: 1-1/2000 sec for P, P HI, A. Manual: 1-1/2000 sec and B