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Nikon F2AS vs. F3 preference?

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Old July 21st 16, 01:01 PM posted to rec.photo.equipment.35mm
Scott Schuckert
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Default Nikon F2AS vs. F3 preference?

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James Dillard wrote:

I personally would go with the F2SB.
The meter is much better, and it is superb.
I also have the F3, and it is also very good, but the meter seems to favor
the lower half of the frame to meter. Its fine if you are aware of it, but
between the 2, the F2SB is my favorite.


Agreed. I sold both when new, and have used both extensively. The F2
(any meter head) is superb, and the 'SB especially.

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