The Nikon FG-20 is a 35 mm film SLR single-lens reflex camera released in 1984 by Nippon Kogaku K. K. This Nikon model is the successor to the earlier EM and FG cameras and it lacks the FG’s program auto exposure mode. It uses the same vertical-travel metal focal-plane shutter as the FG, with electronically timed speeds from 1 to 1/1000 second as well as bulb and a mechanically timed 1/90-second speed.
The Nikon FG-20 could be considered a variant of the FG, as the only differences between the two is the omission of program auto exposure mode and TTL (through the lens) flash metering. It weights 440g and its dimensions are 136×88×54mm.
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“Love for photography rose on me during my architecture college years. First shooting digital although the last couple years it’s been pretty much just analog. Shooting film makes me feel more connected to the process and the final look can’t be matched by digital developing. To me it’s a hobby; a way of artistically expressing myself which consists of capturing the surrounding beauty without any artifices” explains Pep