I really liked this camera…until I started researching. What a sexist pile of crap!!!!
I did think the small body was kind of cute, convenient. I didn’t mind that it only had aperture priority mode, it still gave enough control.
BUT, then I found out this 1979 camera was designed for female photographers and of course female photographers cannot possibly understand manual mode or any other feature. Just give them aperture priority and make it small, because those itty bitty women fingers can’t possibly handle anything else grrrrrrrrrr.
Anyway, here are some photos of the smallest Nikon SLR ever made.
You can find some more technical details here. The lens attached to my other Nikon in my current location did not seem to fit this one. So I used an automatic 28-85mm lens that can be manual focused and has f-stops. It seems massive compared to the body.
So basically I put in some batteries and a film and started shooting because that is all I am capable of according to Nikon…double grrrrr.
Here is my test roll which I took while on a walk for another blog.
Goddamnit, it worked perfectly. It is also lighter than the Pentax ME Super. BUT I just can’t get over why it came into being. Nikon were condescending a***holes, and maybe still are as the link above about being a woman’s camera is current.
Keep or sell: Sell, sell, sell….and I have figured out how to sell it right here on the page…And sold.