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N65 AF 35mm SLR Outfit

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N65 AF 35mm SLR Outfit


N65 AF 35mm SLR Outfit


Light and Compact Design / Auto and Manual Focus and Exposure Modes / Built-in Flash / Auto and manual focus and metering

  • Lightweight and compact design
  • Designed for ease of use
  • Bright viewfinder
  • Smart light metering systems
  • Five full coverage AF sensors
  • Exclusive Nikon flash exposure technology

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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great intro camera, but not for experienced or hardcore use, June 9, 2005
    By 
    Traveler (New England) –

    This review is from: N65 AF 35mm SLR Outfit (Electronics)
    I purchased the N65 for a young nephew who’s just getting involved in photography. For the most part, this camera fits his needs. It’s highly automated and allows him to do high speed photography (sports), something many point and shoot 35mm cameras simply can’t do.

    I’ve been using a Nikon N70, an older and somewhat more advanced camera, for about ten years. I’ve always been pleased with it, for the most part. One of the drawbacks, however, was its lack of a focus assist light. The N65 delivers this. The N65 also has a more advanced focus system, especially for moving objects. Again, great for shooting sports.

    The N65 has all the standard modes – Full auto, aperature priority, shutter priority, portrait, sports, night, landscape, manual, etc. As a hardcore user I find some these things unnecessary. Still, I can see why other users would like these extra fuctions.

    Unlike the N70, the N65 in low light situations, in auto modes (auto, portrait, etc.), will release the flash without input from the user. This is probably a great function for novice users. As someone who can take a handheld shot at 1/15 or even 1/8 of a second, without using a flash, I found this feature annoying. The user can circumvent this feature by using the manual modes (e.g. aperature priority).

    Another feature lacking on the N65 is a spot meter button. This comes in handy in difficult lighting situations (e.g. half the image is in sunlight, the other in shade) when a center metering system will fail completely.

    I also found the N65, like most of the modern SLRS, as just a bit too flimsy. (The heavier N70, when first released, was considered “cheap” by pro users.) It’s mostly plastic and it feels like it will break easily if dropped. This is true with SLRs made by all the major manufacturers. The 28-80mm lens also shares this cheap feel.

    The N65 is a bargain for novice users with prices on 35mm cameras falling steadily as digital begins to dominate the market. Another good camera in this price range is the Canon K2. Still, if you want control over your images or you need something tough and sturdy, it would be best to either pay more for a better camera or, at the other extreme, buy an older used Nikon from the days when they built cameras to last.

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  2. 29 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Pros and Cons for the Nikon N65, May 7, 2003
    By 
    Roy Chan (Long Beach, CA USA) –

    This review is from: N65 AF 35mm SLR Outfit (Electronics)
    Here is a list of Pros and Cons for the Nikon N65.
    Pros: Feature Filled, Small, Light-Weight, Cheap, A Worthy Introduction to Nikon’s 35mm SLR System, fairly inexpensive, good quality images, 2.5 fps., depth-of-field preview, 3D Matrix metering, Nikkor-lens compatible, portability, ease-of-use, durability, User friendly, 5 programmed modes, fully automatic capabilities, manual operation, fast autofocus, interchangable lenses, metal lens mount point, multiple eyepieces, Solidly constructed, tons of smart features, built-in flash, professional grade.
    Cons: No metering with MF lenses, may be not enough for professional photographers, slow flash sync, no backlit LCD, Cannot manually set ISO, The G lens that comes with it is garbage, Read-eye reduction feature, waiting for parts if broken takes forever, no vertical grip, Manual settings require two hands, Pop up Flash throws shadows in wide angle pictures if using lens hood, Battery Meter, Steep learning curve for trickier options; can be confusing to operate.

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