Introduced in 1999, Nikon's F100 is simply one of the best film SLRs one can get. It has a powerful matrix-metering system, wide ISO compatibility (6-6400), 4 exposure modes allowing for full creativity (Program, Flexible Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Full Manual) and the unusual and powerful ability to use a wide range of Nikon autofocus lenses, in a film-camera body.
Autofocus lens compatibility can be found here : Nikon Lens Compatibility (kenrockwell.com)
With the provided grip, the camera can focus at 5 FPS, a shooting speed equivalent to many current DSLRs or mirrorless cameras. Maximum shutter speed is 1/8000.
Full specs can be found here : Nikon F100 specifications (kenrockwell.com)
The F100 is a powerful, sturdy and fully-featured camera, at the crossroads of film and DSLRs.
Note : lenses offered with this camera are manual focus.