Nippon Kogaku (Nikon) built the Nikkormat series as an economical alternative to the Nikon F or for use as a second body. First production date: July, 1965 (until in August, 1967). Excellently made, the camera does not have interchangeable finders nor provision for a motor drive.It features TTL full aperture metering with a needle indicator, exposure monitoring available in a top side window, mirror-lock up and 1/125th sec. flash synchronisation speed.
Film speed range: ASA/ISO speed range: 12 to 1600
Shutter speed range: 1 to 1/1000 sec. and B