I bought this for $20 at antique shop just because all the different manual shutter speeds worked
and it had a nice Nikor 28mm AIS lens. This thing must have gears and wheels spinning around
inside from the sound it makes when you select from 1 second all the way to 1 /1000th of a second.
I have not put a battery into it yet to see if the meter works but the mechanics of the shutter
totally blows me away. I could see myself purchasing a separate light meter and using
this camera totally manually if I find that I can buy film and have it developed for a reasonable
cost. This camera should function for at least another hundred years. It seems like a tank
and is very heavy giving a very rugged impression.