NIKON F100 MANUAL FOCUS LENSES
Using an F100 with older manual focus Nikkor lenses
I recently purchased a used F100 along with an older manual focus Nikkor lens. Reading the manual, it says that Aperture priority metering should work. But regardless of what f-stop I set the lens, it picks a shutter speed as if the lens is wide open, so if I set the aperture at, say, f/5.6, the frame will be severely underexposed.
Nikon F100 Review - KenRockwell
If money matters, get a used F100 for a few hundred dollars and you'll have gotten the deal of the century. If you don't mind the expense, get an F6, which is more refined from the F100 and offers full matrix metering with old manual focus lenses, as well as
Nikon F100 Review - The Ultimate 35mm Film SLR Value
Lens compatibility is something else to consider. While the F4 and F6 offer almost complete compatibility with all of Nikon’s F-mount lenses – including matrix metering with manual focus lenses – the F100 does not. Matrix metering is possible with Nikon’s D- and G-series lenses only.
NIKON F100 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Pdf Download.
View and Download Nikon F100 instruction manual online. Page 33 • Types of CPU lenses and other usable lenses/accessories Mode Focus mode Exposure mode Metering system Manual with Matrix Center- Autofocus electronic Manual Weighted, MISCELLANEOUS The Nikon F100 is a high-performance, precision instrument,
Nikon F100 Review © 2004 KenRockwell
Nikon F100 and Nikon 24mm f/1.4. I'd get it here, and check here, too. There are still some minor focus errors with some lenses that may be apparent if you often shoot at full aperture as I do. The microprism and split image RF on manual focus screens also looked through the lens at