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Battery size I have a nikon SLR film camera that is 20 to 25 years old and I need Batteries for it. I do not know the size of the batteries the camera takes.

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Two CR2 batteries.

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Try to clean the corrosion off the battery contacts. If not give it to Nikon they may be a little expensive but they will restore the camera to it's original condition.

http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Service-And-Support/Nikon-Authorized-Repair-List.page

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Hi, I have inherited by dad's old Nikon FM camera - well I think it's a FM! It has not been used for centuries and I was able to take one picture before it the view screen went black. I have taken...


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The FM uses a pair of SR44 batteries, you can use the cheaper LR44's but the voltage characteristics are different and exposures will be a little off, but if you're using print film then you're unlikely to notice any problem.

The batteries are very widely available, the link I've provided is for the mail order supplier I use in the UK. Even if the supplier is of no use to you the information they provide shows you most of the other names that the identical batteries are sold as by various manufacturers.

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What type of battery do i need for a 35mm nikkon slr film camera?


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Need batteries


Hi there and welcome to FixYa.

Your camera takes 3V CR2 batteries. Your camera takes two of them.

Thanks for coming to FixYa.

Rob

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