This listing is for a Nikon FE2 35mm film camera in near-mint condition with (2) lenses, flash and camera bag. The FE2 features both Automatic exposure control (with match-needle readout in viewfinder) and full manual operation for complete exposure control. Shutter speed range is from 8 seconds to 1/4000 (plus B setting for time exposures) making it versatile enough for ANY lighting situation you will encounter, including night shots. All shutter speeds are accurate. I've installed a NEW battery so you won't have replace it for a very long time. And, if the FE2 does run out of battery power, the camera has a default 1/250 manual shutter speed that works mechanically without need of battery power---a great back-up feature to have in a camera. Other standard features include multiple exposure capability, self-timer, tripod socket, PC flash outlet. See below for complete FE2 specifications and camera features.
Included with the camera is a Nikon 50mm normal/standard lens and a 70-210 Zoom/macro for both distant subjects and macro for close-up shots. The zoom ring is smooth on the 70-210 and the aperture rings on both lenses work properly. Lens optics on both lenses are clear, clean and scratch-free. I'm also including an older Vivitar 2800D flash unit. The battery cover doesn't stay closed but a piece of tape holds it down and it does work fine like that. Lastly, a partitioned/cushioned hard camera case keeps everything organized and protected.
A superb out fit for student, artist or working professional
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Shutter: Electronically controlled vertical-travel, metal-focal-plane shutter with titanium curtains Shutter speeds: On Auto: stepless speeds from 8 to 1/4000sec. On Manual: 16 quartz-controlled speeds from 8 to 1/4000sec. On Mechanical: M250 (1/250sec.); B for long exposure Viewfinder: Fixed eyelevel pentaprism type, 0.86X magnification with 50mm lens set at infinity, 93% frame coverage Focusing screen: Interchangeable matte/Fresnel focusing screen with central split-image rangefinder spot and microprism collar (Nikon Type K2) as standard; two other types of screens available optionally (Type B2 and E2) Viewfinder display: Shutter speed scale, ADR aperture f-number in use, exposure compensation mark, meter needle (black), shutter speed/exposure mode indication needle (green), outside-exposure-range warning mark. Reflex mirror: Automatic instant-return mirror Automatic Maximum Aperture Indexing (AI): Provided Exposure metering: Through-the-lens (TTL) center-weighted full aperture exposure measuring system using a pair of SPD's (silicon photodiode) Metering range: EV1 to EV18 (f/1.4 at lsec. to f/8 at 1/4000sec. with 50mm f/1.4 lens at ASA/ISO 100) Photo diode: Three SPD's for metering, TTL automatic flash output control Film speed range: ASA/ISO 12 to 4000 Exposure compensation: Via dial provided; -2EV to +2EY in one-third increments Exposure memory lock: Via self-timer lever Film-advance lever: Single stroke; 30° stand-off angle and 135° winding angle Automatic film wind: MD11/MD-12 Motor Drive Frame counter: Additive type; automatically resets "S", three frames before "1", when camera back is opened;on auto mode, shutter speed is automatically set to 1/250sec. until frame "1" is reached during blank exposures. Film rewind: Via film rewind crank rotated after rewind button is depressed Self-timer: Mechanical type; approx. l0 sec. exposure delay; setting "cancellable" Aperture coupling: Instant resets maximum aperture, depth-of-field preview button provided Multiple exposure: Via lever Flash sync: On Auto: 1/250sec. On Manual: Sync with electronic fla 1/250sec. or lower, or a only when shutter speed between 1/500sec. and 1/4000 sec., sync with flashbulb at 1/30 or lower Accessory shoe: Standard ISO type; hot shoe, ready-light, monitor and TTL control contacts provided Ready-light: LED visible inside viewfinder; lights up when SB-16B, SB-15 or SB-E Speedlight Unit is fully charged; blinks to warn that the distance between subject and SB-16B or SB-15 Speedlight reaches the working limitation of SB-16B or SB-15 on TTL mode Camera back: Interchangeable with MF-l6 or MF-12 Data Back; pops open when the film rewind knob is pulled up as camera back is pushed counterclockwise; hinged type; memo holder provided Power source: Three types are usable;3V lithium hattery (1 x CR-1/3N type); 2x 1.55Y silver-oxide battery (S-76 or SR44 type); 2x 1.5V alkaline-manganese battery (LR-44 type) Exposure meter switch: Depressing shutter release button halfway turns on; meter stays on for 16sec. after finger is lifted off button, then automatically turns off when MD-12 attached, depressing the MD-12's trigger button halfway turns off approx. 66 seconds later Battery consumption: In storage: Approx. 4 ohm A; Metering: Approx. 5mA; Shutter releasing: Approx. 14mA; Exposure compensation LED lighting: approx. lmA Battery check: By observing the meter needle movement; shutter locked at battery exhaustion; unlocked by shutter dial M250/B setting