Cleaned legendary manual focus SLR camera in [Good+], tested and fully working condition.Comes with a body cap and a strap.
The camera is tested with film by retonase.
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The camera has signs of use.
Scratches and marks. Mainly on the base plate. A little patina.
There is a dent in the prism top cover.
The camera looks a bit used.
One of the Shutter blades is slightly bent. But it is not leaking and works as it should.
Very clean focusing screen.
Very clean inside with good light seals and mirror damper.
The Battery compartment is clean.
If you also need a lens for the camera, let me know or have a look at the Nikon lenses in the shop.
After having launched the original Nikon FM in 1977, succeeded by the FM2 in 1982, the FM2n followed one year later in 1983.
The Nikon FM2n is one of the longest serving Nikon SLR camera models, from its launch in 1983 untill 2001 when it was replaced by the hybrid FM3A.
The FM2 is considered to be one of the most reliable cameras ever built.
The FM2n was available in either black or chrome finish. The camera is fully mechanical
The lightmeter meter requires two LR44 batteries. There is a 1–1/4000 sec. shutter speed range, plus B and an ISO range of 12–6400. Focusing screens are interchangeable.
Differences between the FM2 and FM2n were minor. Nikon changed the focusing screens to the type II Brightscreen screens and a refinement was made in the sync speed from 1/200 sec to 1/250 sec. The X200 setting was removed. Also, the hot shoe was of a slightly different design, with a squared-off center cutout for the base of the hot shoe.
The mirror box was redesigned to add a light trap that flipped up when the mirror flipped down. Around 1989/1990 the honeycomb pattern shutter was replaced with an aluminium blade-type curtain.
Please take a close look at the pictures.