Nikon f camera body dating
The camera can be identified by the addition of a 'T' after the F3 logo and its serial number is prefixed with a 'T' otherwise all specifications were identical tot the standard F3HP, except for its weight which was reduced by 20g. BOXED AND COMPLETE WITH SPECIAL TRANSPARENT DISPLAY CASE THAT WAS NOT AVAILABLE OUTSIDE JAPAN.
Initially the camera was available in a champagne coloured finish, although a black version was offered later. Built incorporating Nikon's 50 years of manual camera manufacture and thus the ultimate all-manual reflex camera.
The camera can be identified by the addition of a 'T' after the F3 logo and its serial number is prefixed with a 'T' otherwise all specifications were identical tot the standard F3HP, except for its weight which was reduced by 20g. The Nikon FM3A is an interchangeable lens, focal plane shutter, 35 mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera.
It was manufactured by Nikon Corporation in Japan, on small-volume assembly lines, from 2001 to 2006.
New & Boxed condition with original unique registration document, original price tag and other papers. BOXED AND COMPLETE WITH SPECIAL TRANSPARENT DISPLAY CASE THAT WAS NOT AVAILABLE OUTSIDE JAPAN.
Nikon introduced a titanium version of the F3, the F3/T, in 1982 to emphasize its professional status.
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This engraved dot indicates a production enhancement of the viewfinder allowing the mounting of the Photomic T and Tn (and the later FTn with modification of the name plate) finders.
Our research suggests that there were just 2800 "Red Dot" 66xxxxx serial numbered Nikon F camera manufactured.
An early example serial number 6419008 with plain original prism (rectangular eye surround of course), cross hatched early self-timer lever and the unusual rangefinder type film speed reminder dial on the base.