Nikon manual focus camera from the late Seventies. Coeval to the Nikon FM and Nikon EM.

In my opinion this camera, and its daughter - the Nikon FE2 - were close to the optimum for manual SLRs.

The film wind lever acts as an on-off switch. When it is pushed in it overlaps the camera top, the light meter is off

One important point about this camera is that it allows you to use any Nikon mount lens, including some very old ones (and excluding those rare extreme wideangles that require mirror lock-up

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