The Nikon F100 is a 35 mm film-based single-lens reflex camera body introduced in 1999. It is often thought of as a scaled-down version of the Nikon F5, and as a precursor to the Nikon F6. The F100 was discontinued, along with most other Nikon film cameras, in 2006. The F100’s metering system is a development of Nikon’s matrix metering technology. The meter in the F100 uses a 10 segment light sensor and uses distance information from Nikon D-type and G-type lenses for more accurate exposure calculations when using a direct flash. It also offers standard center-weighted and spot metering modes, automatic bracketing modes, DX film speed sensing, and custom functions that allow photographers to tailor certain aspects of the camera’s operation to the way they work.
Lens – Zoom Nikkor 35-70mm 1: 3.5-4.8. Lens Mount: Nikon F mount. Focus: AF or Manual. Exposure: automatic or manual. Flash: hot shoe or PC.