Shawn Farmer
Since 2010

BIO
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.
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