Shawn Farmer
Since 2010

The Nikon F6 analog SLR camera was released in early 2005. It is an Integral motor autofocus 35mm Single Lens Reflex camera with electronically controlled focal-plane shutter. It uses a standard 35mm film format. This analog SLR camera has no built in flash but has a mounting bracket or hot-shoe at the top part of the camera for the mounting of an external flash. It has 5 exposure modes which are: Programmed Auto, Flexible Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, and Manual. The Nikon F6 analog SLR camera’s optical viewfinder is a fixed eyelevel pentaprism. Its autofocus modes are: Single Area AF, Dynamic AF, Group Dynamic AF or Dynamic AF with Closest Subject Priority. It has 3 built-in exposure metering system namely: 1005 pixel Red/Blue/Green 3D Color Matrix II, Flexible Center Weighted, and Eleven Sport Meters.