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The Nikkormats are well documented cameras online a simple search will find a lot more information then I have, since I have one and see it is not yet represented on camerapedia…
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The Nikkormat FT-2(1975-1977) The last of the Pre-AI Nikkormats .
Manual indexing on the FT-2 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 fork(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
- 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 PC terminal on the body
- ASA scale 12-1600
- TTL full aperture 60/40% centerweighted match 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/matt)
- Stop-down viewing
- Mirror lockup
- Self Timer
- Weight 880g
- Dimensions 148mm X 95mm X 54mm
I have one of these awesome cameras with original use manual.Edit
the body weight without lens, film, strap and cover is shown as 780 grams.Edit