The FE2 was a further refinment of the FE. Considered by many to be the ideal camera it improved on the successful Nikon FE. The titanium shutter allowed for a fast shutter speed of 1/4000 sec. In addition, the flash sync is at 1/250 sec. (twice that of most other SLR cameras). Thru the lens flash control measures the light received at the film plane and sends a signal back to a dedicated flash to precisely control the amount of light used.
1983 - 1989
- Nikon, Tokyo, Japan
- Nikkor Macro Zoom, 28-85mm, f/3.5-f/4.5
- Optional MD-12 Motor Drive
- Focal Plane - Titanium Shutter 8.0 - 1/4000 second