Introduced in 1967, the FTN is almost identical to the FT, but for:
- TTL metering is centre-weighted whereas that of the FT averaged the frame.
- the viewfinder gained new +/– over/underexposure metering markers, and
- a shutter speed display - via a Judas window.
- The lens mounting procedure was slightly simplified.
The FTN was produced until 1976, with minor modifications.
image by Steve Harwood (Image rights)
|bayonet and shutter||Nikkor-S 35mm lens|
images by Harri Haataja (Image rights)
- Nikkormat FTN at Nikon's History & Technology site
- Manual Camera User's Opinion
- Nikomat & Nikkormat FTN Camera Bodies" in Richard de Stoutz' "Nikon F Collection & Typology"
- Nikkormat FT noir on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand (in French)
- Nikkormat at Classic Cameras by RaúlM.
- Instruction Manual - English at at M.Butkus' www.orphancameras.com
- Nikkormat FTN page at Camera Portraits
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