Flash System: 5-Segment TTL Multi-Sensor and
Monitor Pre-Flash system determines the right amount of flash
needed to fill in or eliminate shadows in bright-light situations
and automatically balance foreground and background illuminations
for stunning results.
SLR-Quality Photos Made Easy: AUTO mode setting removes
quesswork from picture taking. Five Vari-Program modes tailored to
specific scenes and subjects; such as portrait, landscape,
close-up, sports and night portrait; significantly enhance the
Light, durable, and loaded with advanced features / Quartz Dating
- Time/Date Imprint / Lens required ? not included
The NIKON N75QD is a lightweight AF SLR camera loaded with
advanced features & innovations to make photography simple for
beginners and experienced photographers alike. The N75QD is an
excellent choice for portraits, sports action, nature photography
and many other applications. Exposure Bracketing & Exposure
Compensation modes Built-in Speedlight & Advanced Flash System
Diopter adjustment Up to 1.5 fps in Continuous mode Power - (2) 3V
CR2 lithium batteries Size - 3.6H x 5.2W x 2.6D; weighs about 13.4
Nice plastic camera, April 25, 2006
Reviewer: Laura Kortum
This is an amazing plastic cheap camera by nikon, takes great pictures in
almost every condition. is not for super professional use, but has every
function you might ever need in daily use. I have used mine in sub zero
temperatures to searing hot 50 degree celcius weather. works fine till
try buying the nikkor 28-200mm g ED plastic lens with it, will work like a
also the metering system is very good. is a little less sturdy than the
F80/N80,, also hence the low price.
the flash isnt very powerful, neither is the sync speed (1/90)
is better with the speed-light.
all around a very nice, light, cheap camera that will deliver as promised
in almost every situation.
is better to handle with the MB-18 battery pack, also enables vertical
shooting and AA batteries.
am happier with this camera than i was with my f100
An excellent camera for beginner to intermediate photographers, March
Reviewer: Thomas F. Glover
The N75 is a very easy to use autofocus camera. It is compatible with most
all Nikkor lenses, producing razor-sharp pictures. We used ours with
high-speed Fuji print film and a Nikkor 70-300 mm telephoto lens and got
some really good shots inside Madison Square Garden at the Westminster KC
Dog Show recently. One weak point is the wimpy built-in Speedlight - good
for snapshots but not much else, recommend getting one of the newer
autofocus Speedlights such as the SB-600. If you're a really serious
photographer go for something more robust like the N80, N90 or F100, but
the N75 is a great camera for everyday use and a very affordable entry
into the world of Nikon.
Film backup for Digital Photography, March 1, 2006
Reviewer: Mr. Martin H. Schwartz
This is a great 35MM SLR. It provides a very good film body that allows
you to use all your Nikon lenses and experiment with various types of
negative and slide films. It has all the features of Nikon Digital
SLRs(but uses film) and is very easy to use.
Basic Features of Camera, January 27, 2006
Reviewer: Andrew N. Lloyd "Wonder Andrew"
It is an excellent beginner to intermediate person using a camera. It is
an excellent product brand. takes great protrait, sports, and nature
pictures. For the advanced it would not be as great. Simple button
features and built in speed make it for the average user to use.
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