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Nikon F compatibility with the F2's DE-1 finder?
Old 10-08-2019   #1
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Question Nikon F compatibility with the F2's DE-1 finder?

Is the DE-1 (plain, non-metered finder) of the Nikon F2 compatible with the Nikon F? Any first hand experiences?

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Yes and 100% if you remove the "Nikon" metal nameplate in front of the viewfinder seat of the Nikon F body (two screws).
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And you can also fit an F eyelevel prism to an F2 body, without any modifications.
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