Nikkormat FT2 in black! Attached is a 43-86mm f:3.5 lens!
The Nikomat FT2 (in Japan) or Nikkormat FT2 (elsewhere) is the last of the pre-AI mechanical-shutter Nikomat/Nikkormat bodies, sold 1975–1977. Essentially it is an FTN with some added features.
Aperture indexing is semi-automatic on the FT2. When attaching a lens it must be set at F/5.6 so the camera’s meter coupling pin will be aligned with the lens’s meter coupling prong (rabbit ears) above F/5.6 then you must rack the aperture ring all the way back and forth so the camera will know the maximum aperture of the lens.
- Die-cast aluminum alloy body
- Nikon F-mount
- Focal-plane shutter with vertical travel
- Highest X-sync 1/125 - actually 1/100 when tested on a shutter tester - all earlier Copal Square shutters are this way
- Automatic M-X switching, below 1/250, camera is in X-sync mode, above 1/250, camera is in M-sync mode
- Shutter speeds 1-1/1000 in full stops plus bulb. Set at the base of the lens mount similar to the early Olympus OMs
- Fixed hot shoe and threaded PC terminal on the body
- ASA scale 12-1600, set by pulling lock on shutter speed adjustment tab outward, then sliding index back and forth
- TTL full aperture 60/40% centerweighted center-needle metering in the viewfinder
- Light meter cadmium sulfide powered by a 1.5 Volt Silver Oxide Battery (S76/SR44)
- Nikon Type K focusing screen (split image/micro prism/matte); can be had with Type A screen (split-image/matte)
- Depth-of-field preview
- Mirror lockup
- Self timer
- Weight 880g
~Perfect for a beginner through to professionals!
Overall condition- Excellent - 9/10
Example photos can be found here-https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3322437-nikkormat-ft2/photos
This camera has been cleaned, mechanically tested and is in full working condition. Light seals are replaced when necessary.
- We gladly accept returns within 30 days of delivery or pick up if the item arrives defective outside of the detailed conditions when purchased or if any initial defects are present upon receiving the item.