The Nikon F-301 (sold in the United States as the N2000) is probably the smallest Nikon 35mm film camera with a motorized film transport. It was introduced in 1985. This is a manual focus SLR with motorized film advance, and an automatic programmed exposure system controlled by TTL metering. It is the manual focus version of the N2020. The camera is powered by four AAA or if the MB-3 battery holder installed four AA batteries.
Lens: Zoom Nikkor 100-300mm 1:5.6. Films: 35mm, speeds ISO 25 to 4000 (DX-coded), or ISO 12 to 3200 (manual selection). Lens mount: Nikon F bayonet. Viewfinder: Fixed eye-level pentaprism, 0.85x magnification, 92% frame coverage, displays shutter speed, under- or overexposure, ready-light for TTL flash. Metering: TTL center-weighted (60/40), meter activated by lightly pressing the shutter release button, EV 1 – 19 at ISO 100, f 1.4. Shutter: Electronic vertical metallic focal plane. Shutter speeds: 1-1/2000 sec. Exposure modes (a) P: normal program, aperture and speed set automatically. (b) PHI: faster program (for moving subjects). (c)A: aperture priority. (d) Manual. (e) Exposure memory locks via the button.