Nikkormat FTN

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by MartinCrabtree, Apr 22, 2010.

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    Not a bad price if the camera is in really good condition, but not a great price either.
     
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    Actually, that's pretty good, considering how the 50f1.4 is usually at least $60 by itself. So, the FTn is free.

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    It's hard to say because it depends on the condition. I just bought a FT2 from KEH and it arrived yesterday. The prism is partially caved in and there is no eye piece. I guess I will send it back but I do not think I will chance another round of shipping charges and just take a refund and forget the project. So basically what you have shown sounds great but it would depend if it is ready to snap or ready for the trash bin like my specimen.
     
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    I guess it's better then those that would say-RARE-Nikkormat Professional camera-No longer made!!!!!!Only $450.

    Just thought someone might like it.