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Pronea 6i APS SLR Camera


Nikon

Categories: Reviews: Equipment : Cameras : Other Film Cameras : APS Point and Shoots

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3 Reviews  

Average Rating: 5 out of 5

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Willard Andre Hutt
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member since: 5/6/2000
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Rating: 5 out of 5
I got this on sale because APS was not selling as expected. Had digital not come along this format would have surpassed film for sure. I have 150 rolls of film on this camera thats nearly 3,000 photgrapic exposures. It is my oldest SLR camera and one of the best it takes incredible pictures and the vari program is the best I have ever used.
4/26/2006 3:49:10 PM
 
Russell A. Bastyr

member since: 7/1/2004
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Rating: 5 out of 5
I use this as a back-up to my Nikon N-80. It is just as powerful as the n-80 with very many of the same features. Tne only draw back is the smaller negative size.
7/1/2004 6:29:35 PM
 
Jaye 

member since: 2/12/2003
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Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Hi, Nikon_guy here. This is a quality camera also. It is the APS/SLR version of the N70 SLR. All relatively the same except, it's APS. This s one of the first, and by far the best of the APS/SLR's on the market, or ever made. Plus it is the biggest. The APS format has been hanged and banged by a lot of folks, bt it has it's place in the market. Convenience, mid-roll changeover, now can be purchased in 800speed. You never touch the film, no leader to retrieve. No accidental double exposures. It uses all Nikon glass, and a quality on-board flash. All the flash you want. A monster of a camera, in the APS format. The thing is worth the price. Try one if you can. Laters gang
2/12/2003 5:22:01 PM
 

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