Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body
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Nikon F4s 35mm Film Camera Body

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The camera is close  to mint condition, fully working, comes with original box with matching serial numbers

 

The Nikon F4 is a 35 mm autofocus (AF) single lens reflex (SLR) film camera, introduced in 1988 as the next generation in Nikon's line of F series professional cameras. With industrial design by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the F4 was the first professional Nikon to feature a practical autofocus system. The F4 is able to accept any of Nikon's manual focus (MF) or AF lenses from 1959 to the present day, including the two F3AF lenses (in Autofocus mode). The F4 succeeded the F3, a manual focus camera introduced in 1980 but outlasted the F4 as it stayed in production until 2001. Nikon introduced its next flagship model, the F5, in 1996. All F4 models were discontinued soon after, in May 1997.

 

The difference between F4 and F4s is: modest-sized battery compartment (F4) or bigger battery compartment (F4s). You can swap the two back and forth. Not the same deal as, for example, N8008 vs. N8008s, or N90 vs N90s... in those cameras the "s" indicated some actual changes in the funtions built into the cameras.