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Nikon EM + Nikkor Series E 50mm 1.8

Nikon EM was introduced in 1979. It was the first model in a revised design concept by Nikon to introduce a series of ultra compact bodies characterised by compactness, light weight, easy to use, yet still possesses some quality as other Nikon bodies.

Taking pictures with the EM is really easy. In technical term, it uses an aperture priority automatic exposure control system. In operation, just set a shooting aperture on the lens. Then, focus and shoot. The EM will automatically select the right shutter speed to match the user selected aperture value for proper exposure. If the shutter speed goes outside of the "safe" range of approx. 1/30 to 1/1000 sec., there is even an electronic "beep-beep" quietly warns you to readjust the aperture before taking the picture !

There is no exposure compensation dial provided. If you want to compensate for exposure, just press the button and you will activate a 2 stops compensation. If a finer degree of exposure control is desired, (another alternative which is also a conventional way) you can adjust the ASA/ISO film speeds to fool the camera metering for a finer level of adjustment in exposure compensation e.g. IF you intend to compensate 1 stop instead of the standard non-adjustable 2 stops press button, adjust the film Speed from ASA 100 to ASA 50 for over- exposure or ASA 100 to ASA 200 for under-exposure. (You must set the ASA/ISO dial to the ASA/ISO number printed on the film box. Films from ASA/ISO 25 to 1600 are Usable). A forgettable old method but still works fine with the EM.

Camera is tested and is in working order. Batteries sold separately - ( 2 x SR44 / LR44)


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