Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
It's a great camera but based on the amazing price you can get such cameras as an FM2 or F3 it may not be the best value.
That's certainly true here in the UK at camera dealers, where a 'mint' condition body can actually cost more than when they were available new.

I have both FM2's and FM3's and the latter is basically a cross between the old FE2 and FM2. The advantage with the FM3 is the ability to use it at all shutter speeds in the event of battery failure. You only lose the auto function and the metering, otherwise you just carry on shooting. Personally I'd be happy with either of the above two models as I don't like cameras which are totally dependent on battery power.