Railfanning: people interested in watching railroads in action.
I'm pretty sure that my D100 doesn't meet American FCC Class B classification. It might be an error in reassembly the last time it was at Nikon, or it might simply be that the D100 never really reached FCC Class B in the first place. FCC Class B is normally what household appliances are supposed to attain, so I'm pretty surprised that it created as much radio interference as it did.
_____ Brian... a bicoastal Nikonian and Team Member
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