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Nikon F-601M
Nikon F601m.jpg
Overview
MakerNikon
TypeSingle lens reflex
Sensor/medium
Film format35mm (135) film, 36mm x 24mm
Film speed
  • ISO 25-5000 (DX coded)
  • ISO 6-6400 (manual)
Film speed detectionYes
Recording mediumFilm
Exposure/metering
Exposure metering5 zone matrix or centre-weighted metering
Shutter
ShutterElectronically controlled vertical-travel focal plane
Shutter speeds30s to 1/2000s, bulb
Viewfinder
Optional viewfindersfixed eye-level pentaprism
Viewfinder magnification0.75x
Frame coverage92%
General
Battery6V lithium
Dimensions154.5 x 96 x 65 mm
Weight565g without battery pack

The Nikon F-601m is a manual focus, autoexposure, auto film loading and advancing 35 mm SLR camera manufactured by the Nikon Corporation and released in 1990. It was sold in USA as the N6000.

The F-601m is a simplified version of the F-601, with no autofocus capability, no spot metering and no built-in flash.[1]

Features

  • Flexible programmed (P), aperture priority (A) and shutter priority (S) auto-exposure and manual exposure control.
  • Matrix and Center-Weighted Metering.
  • Auto-exposure bracketing.
  • Self-timer.
  • High or low speed continuous film advance.
  • DX film code recognition to automatically set ISO speed.
  • Exposure and flash compensation.
  • TTL flash exposure.[2][3]

Construction

  • Polycarbonate (plastic) exterior.
  • Metal lens mount.

Lens Compatibility

  • CPU lenses required for full compatibility.[3]
  • Manual focus lenses lose P & S modes, matrix metering, and aperture display in the finder[3]
  • Pre-AI and IX lenses not supported[3]
  • G-type lenses will work in P & S modes, and only smallest aperture in A & M modes.
  • DX lenses will be vignetted, otherwise same as G-type
  • VR functionality not supported

References

  1. ^ Foo, Lee (1998). "Nikon SLR Models 1989–1991". Retrieved 2008-12-01.
  2. ^ Nikon Corporation (2008). "Digital Archives on Camera Products – Niion F-601M (N6000)". Retrieved 2008-12-01.[dead link]
  3. ^ a b c d Nikon Corporation. "Nikon N6000 Instruction Manual" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-07-11. Retrieved 2008-12-01.
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