Here is the FM-2n, the king of the 1970's compact SLRs. What makes this such an enduring classic? It looks great, works great and takes sixty years worth of Nikkor lenses. The camera works without batteries (only the meter uses batteries) and you get 1/4000s top shutter speed and 1/250s sync, very fast for a mechanical shutter (the 250s sync is what distinguishes this camera from the original FM-2). The camera has great controls, some of the easiest to use and intuitive that I have experienced. This camera is moderately worn and works perfectly. There is a lot of brassing on the bottom and a few small dents on top. We have replaced the light seals (a $75 value). The camera comes with the fast Nikon 50mm f1.4 lens. The lens has clean scratch-free glass and works perfectly. This is a nice cameras.