I know the Contax G1 and G2 can bracket exposures, as can the Leica R8 with a motor drive...any others, please?
Nikon N75, Nikon F100
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Minolta Maxxum... anything after the 8000i with cards, and anything after the si series without cards, and some xi. It's actually quite common for most manufactures after the early/mid 90s
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Does it have to be RF? EOS 3 will, and I presume the 1 (n/V) will as well, don't know about the 5 or lower.
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f/64 and be there.
EOS 1, 1N, 1V, 1VHS, 3, 50...others still, very numerous.
EOS 5 has no auto-bracketing feature but it's not a task to set this manually, as you would do with a camera with no on-board meter.
Many of the newest film canon Rebels bracket. For example the Canon Rebel Ti (the 300V). Super cheap cameras to pick up.
Contax 167MT, and likely a few other Contax models -- I'd bet money the RTS III brackets.
Nikon N80 / F80
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