The Nikon R10 is famous for its impressive lens and steady image capturing with its fast and accurate EE. This cam offers in-camera dissolves, rewinding, and double exposure capabilities and a non-XL 160 degree shutter, but also allows you to close it down by 1/2, 3/4 and fully closed. The lens construction appears superb. The coating is typical of what you find on Nikon 35mm optics and that's a bit of a rare thing in the land of super 8mm optics. The film pressure plate is one of the main reasons this camera is so sought after by film makers.
It offers two claws(!) for pulling down the film, and an enlarged film gate opening.
|Lens||Cine Nikkor 1,4 / 7 - 70 mm|
|Focus||Macro focusing possible, split-image|
|Zoom||Auto / Manual Zoom with 2 Speeds|
|Filming speed||18, 24, 54 + single frame|
|Film speed||Auto between 10/16 ASA and 400/650 ASA, daylight/tungsten|
|Shutter||Variable shutter degree|
|Exposure||Manual / Auto Exposure, backlight control, +/- correction|
|Fades||Lap dissolve of approx. 100 frames|
|Remote||Remote control socket|
|Power||6 X 1,5V batteries|
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