A look at the Leica R6.2, Leica's last manual exposure mechanical film camera produced from 1992 to 1997.
Not mentioned is the diopter adjustment or the eyepiece shutter next to the viewfinder.
The ISO/battery check button also activates the exposure meter.
A look at the Nikon FE2 produced from 1983 to 1987. Also includes the MD-12 motor drive and SB-15 flash unit.
A quick look at my Nikon F55 film camera, great film camera to try if you are used to DSLRs because the controls are similar.
Jim Maginn The Zen of Photography 3 Loading an automatic advance 35mm SLR.
A comprehensive look at Nikon's 1st SLR camera.
The video shows all the controls and features as well as it's use with an electronic flash and different lenses.
A short and simple tutorial how to load a 35mm SLR- Camera.
This applies to the older generation of cameras with a rewind knob.
Stop at particular sections to see film positions etc. Take your time and practice. And you will shortly will be the super pro of loading a 35mm!
Shot with a Nikon D7000 . FIlm camera shown in the video is the Nikon F3.
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Question to digital photographers: Would certainly it be terrific if somebody would certainly create an affordable gizmo that allows for digital images with our old SLR video cameras? Any concepts?
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