A ‘modern classic’ is quite correct. The F100 is a beautiful camera in every respect. If you are really interested in photography, get an F100 while you still can, and shoot film. It’ll be a big step up from digital, you’ll enjoy it and learn much more about exposure values, and more importantly – how to MAKE an image rather than ‘take’ a picture.
These are my thoughts about the Nikon F100. I’m not claiming to be a “camera gurú” or any kind of expert. And certainly I won’t talk about “specifications” (you can find them all over the web).
I just love photography as hobby and as an expression. After months and months of having this Nikon model running around my head, I came across with a beautiful “almost new condition” F100 on Ebay. For just $125, it was no brainer!
Left: Nikon D7000 (dslr) Right: Nikon F100 (35mm film)
Even when the F100 is wider camera in size, its fairly slimmer than the digital D7000.
View original post 137 more words