A few months ago I was given a Nikon EL2 with a set of lenses by somebody who stopped photographing because of his age As I use 35 mm from time to time (my work in black and white is mainly on medium format), but also have a Contax Aria with 28, 50 and 85 mm Zeiss lenses I wonder if I should keep it, or try to sell it. The set contains the camera, a 1:1.4 50mm Nikkor, a 1:2.5 105mm Nikkor, a 1:4-5.6 D 70-210 AF Nikkor, and a 1:3.5-4.5 D 35-105 AF Nikkor, all with pristine glass and original front- en rear caps. I can't find any damage on the set as a whole, the only thing visible is some paint peeled off from the Nikon branding on the mirror house and a strip on one side of the back. There is also a Nikon DR-3 90° angle viewer and three auto extension rings. Even a nice bag included. For colour, I use a digitial Nikon D200 (sorry), and the lenses work on that camera with some limitations. So this is a better deal maybe than keeping the Aria? That one however is much more convenient to use, lighter, has automated film transport and sophisticated auto-exposure if you want it etc, and the Zeiss lenses are fabulous. No zoom, anyhow. Any thoughts on how to decide. Are there uses I overlooked? Thanks for all comments.