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The Nikon FM3A features a Manual Exposure mode for total control of exposure, as well as a semi-automatic Aperture-Priority Exposure mode. Aperture Priority mode lets you adjust the aperture for the desired depth of field while the shutter speed is automatically adjusted accordingly. The FM3A incorporates a special hybrid shutter mechanism that offers the advantages of a mechanical focal plane shutter for use during manual operation, as well as an electronically controlled focal plane shutter for use during Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure operation. Even when the FM3A's battery power is fully exhausted, all shutter speeds remain functional in Manual Exposure mode.
The FM3A features a maximum shutter speed of 1/4000 sec., a flash sync speed of 1/250, multiple exposure control, interchangeable focusing screens, and the ability to use the MD-12 Motor Drive for high speed sequence photography. The Nikon FM3A's flash system offers TTL control in both Manual Exposure mode and Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure mode, and includes a flash compensation button that provides a natural looking flash result. (Nikon.com)