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    Nikon F-100 body and MB-15 battery pack - $320 (US sales only)

    I purchased this Nikon F-100 body in 2001. (Serial Number: US 2078XXX) I've shot very little with it (perhaps 50-75 rolls). The condition is LN- to EX+ The camera functions perfectly.

    "Like New Minus" 97-99% of original condition. Extremely slight wear only seen upon very close inspection. Box and accessories usually not included. Glass perfect*.

    "Excellent Plus" 90-96% of original condition. Exceptionally nice. May have slight wear on finish but visible only under close inspection. Glass very clean*.


    Since I always used the body with the Multi-Power High Speed Battery Pack MB-15, I somehow lost the camera body battery holder, battery cover, and rubber seal cover for the contact link between the body & MB-15. So in order to use the camera the MB-15 battery pack must be used until those replacement parts can be had. In other words, you can't use the camera without the attached MB-15. I've priced the camera accordingly. (see photos)

    Camera comes with original body cap, manual, Tamrac Strap, and "E" (Clear matte/ Fresnel with grid) focusing screen which is installed in the camera. The original "B" screen is not included.

    Here is a link to the "E" screen which is installed in the camera.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...een_E_for.html


    BH Photo sells the Nikon F100 for $749 new. The MB-15 is no longer available new.

    My price is a firm $320 (plus shipping)

    This is a U.S. sale only (including U.S. territories).

    Payment is via PayPal.

    I ship FedEX and United States Postal Service (both insured with signature release).

    FedEX rates to send camera to most locations in the US.

    FedEX Ground - $22
    FedEX Express Saver - $30
    FedEX 2nd Day - $35
    FedEX Overnight - $58


    US Postal Service rates are quoted upon your actual address.

    I do not ship UPS.

    Contact Forrest (919) 801-4160
    or via e-mail: click here



















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    Looks like a mighty clean one. Droool.....

    I am always amazed when people can keep their cameras so clean.
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    The low roll count helps keep a camera clean...and i agree....DROOL... Any chance those missing pieces may turn-up?

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    Missing pieces are not likely to turn up.

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    Stupid question: Isn't there is a storage slot on the motor for the battery door? Could it be hiding there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
    Stupid question: Isn't there is a storage slot on the motor for the battery door? Could it be hiding there?
    Thanks Karl - I know about that one - It isn't there. Thanks for asking though.

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    Hey...

    On my F-100, there is no such thing as the battery door.... the internal battery holder itself has a built-in door with that screw hinge lock thing on it. It's not a separate piece.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
    Stupid question: Isn't there is a storage slot on the motor for the battery door? Could it be hiding there?
    You're thinking about the F3+MD4. This is just a battery grip, not a motor drive. No door, either. Missing battery holder is a one-piece unit that screws in, as noted. They're available seperately, along with the missing contact cap.

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    For those interested, you should be able to get bits and pieces like that directly from Nikon parts. I have gone to Canon parts in NJ many, many times for odds and ends that I have lost or broken. Lens front trim rings, retaining rings, red windows for speedlights, etc. The parts I have needed have ranged from $12 to about $40.
    2F/2F

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkamiya View Post
    Hey...

    On my F-100, there is no such thing as the battery door.... the internal battery holder itself has a built-in door with that screw hinge lock thing on it. It's not a separate piece.
    You might have a newer version of the camera. Honestly I don't know. Regardless this is the situation with THIS camera.

    I'm locking the thread. If you are interested in buying the camera please e-mail me.

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