I have two AutoReflex T2's. One was my father's he bought new when the T2 first came out. It and his Argus C3 were what I took pictures with while growing up. Since they appear to be scarce now I purchased a second body from KEH to have as a backup along with several lenses in addition to the 52mm f/1.8 and 135mm f/3.2 my father had. These cameras were very advanced for their day having aperture priority AE and half-press exposure lock. I don't know why they are not more popular now, I love mine. One thing though, the negative contact at the bottom of the battery well is glued in place and on many of these the glue has failed making the meter appear inoperative. I re-glue the contact in place on both my T2's to get them work as new again. I use readily available zinc-air batteries which are 1.3v and work fine as an alternative to the no longer available Hg batteries. They are beautiful cameras too.....