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Old 6 Days Ago   #1
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Thumbs up Hot Dog! I just found this.

FM2n lost in my closet for about 2 or 3 years.

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not lost, just misplaced.
great camera.
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wow! what a surprise!
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Is there any film in it?
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How big is your closet? Did you find the camera somewhere in Narnia?
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Very good :-)

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Does the battery still work??? ROTFLMAO

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Quite a surprise!
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I just spent the last hour going through my closet. Only found a pack of tube socks I forgot I had:-(

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It's a real problem... Too many cameras, some of them get lost, woe is us!
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More seriously, that's interesting: An FM2 with a NAI lens, probably 50 f/1.4. How does an NAI lens do with the FM2? And, with a 40/2 hood. Does the hood work well with that lens?
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More seriously, that's interesting: An FM2 with a NAI lens, probably 50 f/1.4. How does an NAI lens do with the FM2? And, with a 40/2 hood. Does the hood work well with that lens?
Looks like it's a home brew AI'd, as I can see aperture numbers in black on white at the base of the lens.

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you devil! FM2 is still one that I don't have and i'm a recovering GASholic and that picture is not helping!
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