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The F2 body was introduced in 1971 as a successor to the F. Many superb features, including:
– mirror lockup function
– 100% viewfinder
– interchangeable screens and prisms
– aperture and film speed displays in the viewfinder (when used with a DP-1 prism)
– removable back, to allow a 250, 750 or motordrive to be fitted
The F2 body was also fitted with this standard, non-metering, DE-1 prism. The DE-1 prism has a built in contact for the flash ready light of the SB-2 and SB-7E flash units.
Cosmetic: Light surface wear to the exterior. Slight ripple to the top plate by the film advance lever suggesting a minor knock. A little brassing at the corners.
Optical: A little dust on the mirror and screen.
Mechanical: Shutter speeds are all working and accurate.
Light seals: Light seals are poor. They have gone very sticky or crumbled away. Upon request replacement foam can be supplied (fitting is straight forward, though can be a little fiddly), or we can recommend a firm that will replace the foam for around £26.
Cosmetic Condition: 4
(Signs of light use, but not misuse. No other cosmetic damage.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)