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    Nikon FG-20 Chrome body only, Automatic and Manual Nikon 35mm SLR, 1984, Mint

    I remember 1984 very well, because Minolta introduced the Maxxum 7000, the first automatic focus 35mm SLR.
    That camera rocked the photographic world.
    Also, in 1984, Nikon released only one new camera.
    No one took notice.
    The Nikon FG-20 was the easily rated as the lightest, most compact 35mm Nikon SLR.
    It is lighter in weight than Nikon FG by 50g and EM by 20g.

    The FG-20 offers the auto mode in aperture priority AE and full manual exposure control.
    Shutter speeds range from 1-1/1000, plus mechanical backup speed of 1/90.
    This was Nikon’s first compact automatic/manual exposure camera that accepted either a motor, the MD-14, or a winder, the MD-E.
    It also provides auto and manual flash exposure control.
    The flash ready light and auto sync speed work perfectly, when used in conjunction with a dedicated flash unit.

    All camera functions operate correctly.

    This camera is in mint, almost brand new condition.

    $63 + $10 shipping
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