The Nikon F100 is a 35 mm film-based SLR 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. Nikon still markets two 35 mm film cameras, the F6 and the FM10, the latter is made under contract by Cosina. They can be found at Nikon USA and at Nikon Japan websites.