The Nikon F100 was introduced in 1999 and featured a cross-ranged, five area autofocus system with Dynamic AF, Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF and Single Area AF. It has 3D Matrix, Center-Weighted and Spot Metering as well as four exposure modes (P/S/A/M) and 22 custom functions and data memory.
Film ISO, Film Number, Frame Number, Shutter Speed, Aperture, Focal Length, Flash sync mode, Lens Focal Length Range, Lens Aperture Range, EV Difference, EV Compensation, Flash EV Compensation, Metering mode, Exposure mode
The Nikon F100 features 22 custom functions.
Tips and tricks
- The F100 will not record shooting data by default. You must set it to record data in Meta35 using Camera Setup before the film has been loaded.
- We recommend setting the data recording level to 'Detailed' so your F100 will record more data, including focal length and exposure mode.
- The F100 does not have an internal clock and thus cannot store frame date and time. Meta35 will use the date and time the data was downloaded.
- When connecting Meta35 to the F100, orient the cable to extend upward toward the top of the camera.
|Data Recording Level||Simple||Detailed|
|Focal Length Selected||✓||✓|
|Lens focal length||✓|
|Flash Sync mode||✓|
|EV Difference in Manual Mode||✓|
|Flash Exposure compensation||✓|