Cameras

The Nikon film SLR cameras date back to 1959 and the launch of the Nikon F. If you weren't paying attention, there were quite a few Nikon film SLRs (underlined models link to a review on this site):

  • 1959 — F
  • 1962 — F Photomic
  • 1967 — F Photomic TN, Nikkormat FT, Nikkormat FS, Nikkormat FTN
  • 1971 — F2 Photomic
  • 1972 — Nikkormat EL
  • 1973 — F2S Photomic
  • 1974 — F Photomic FTN
  • 1975 — Nikkormat FT2
  • 1976 — Nikkokrmat ELW
  • 1977 — Nikkormat FT3, EL2, F2A, F2AS, FM
  • 1978 — F2 High Speed, FE
  • 1979 — EM
  • 1980 — F3
  • 1982 — FM2, FG
  • 1983 — FE2, FA, F3AF
  • 1984 — FG-20
  • 1985 — N2000 (F-301)
  • 1986 — N2020 (F-501)
  • 1987 — N4004 (F-401)
  • 1988 — N8008 (F-801), F4, F4s
  • 1990 — N6006 (F-601), N6000 (F-601M)
  • 1992 — N90 (F90)
  • 1993 — FM2 Titan
  • 1994 — N90s (F90x), N50 (F50), N70 (F70), N70D (F70D)
  • 1991 — F4E
  • 1995 — FM10
  • 1996 — F5, FE10
  • 1999 — F100, N60 (F60)
  • 2000 — N65 (F65), N80 (F80)
  • 2002 — N55 (F55)
  • 2003 — N75 (F75), FM3a
  • 2004 — F6


What do the N and F mean in the later model names? An N model (e.g. N90) is a camera officially imported into the US, an F model (e.g. F90) is the international version of the camera and not warranted or repaired by NikonUSA. 


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