The F65 (Nikon N65 in the U.S. and the Nikon U in Japan) is a 35mm film SLR camera introduced by Nikon in 2001. It was aimed at the lower end of the amateur autofocus SLR market. Its features included autofocus, various forms of TTL light metering and different operating modes. It also included depth-of-field preview and remote shutter release.
Lens: Sigma Zoom 28-105 mm1:3.8-5.6 UC lll. Lens mount: Nikon F autofocus bayonet. Film type: 35mm. Exposure modes: Auto-Multi Program, five Vari-Program modes, Shutter priority, Aperture Priority and full manual mode. Built-in flash (GN 40) with Auto. Slow and Rear sync modes. 5-point matrix CAM900 autofocus sensor. Shutter speeds from 1/2000s to 30s and Bulb mode. It supports DX-coded film up to ISO 5000.