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    FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    F2 Titanium
    Would be mint except for an imperceptible scratch on back just above door.
    All works as it should
    Looks like it's been a garage queen all its life
    A collectors item
    Price - $1450 net to me


    F6
    Brand new
    Never a roll of film inserted
    Only a couple inadvertent shutter clicks while fondling
    Comes with original box, packing, paper work, cap, etc.
    Price - $850 net to me


    Simplifying in my golden years. Otherwise, keepers as best of the breed examples.

    More pics on request.
    DPI references
    100% feedback on ebay under seablister


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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    wow! two beauties! glws.
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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    wow! two beauties! glws.
    As in "nice pair"?

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    I've done business with Jim and he's a good guy.

    - Marc

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Could you please post more pics of the F2? This is not an everyday sightning.
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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Quote Originally Posted by Lars View Post
    Could you please post more pics of the F2? This is not an everyday sightning.
    Here you go.

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Both are beautiful.

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    F6 sale pending funds.

    F2T still available

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Jim is a great guy to deal with. I bought his D810 and everything is as described. I am so tempted to get his F2 Titan even though I don't shoot film anymore. What a beauty.

    Quote Originally Posted by seablister View Post
    F6 sale pending funds.

    F2T still available

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    F6 sold

    F2T still available.




    Quote Originally Posted by VINCET View Post
    Jim is a great guy to deal with. I bought his D810 and everything is as described. I am so tempted to get his F2 Titan even though I don't shoot film anymore. What a beauty.

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Gorgeous camera... just had to say that.

    LouisB

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    Re: FS: Nikon's Best of the Breed - Real Gems

    Yes, gorgeous on so many levels.

    F2T now sold. Thanks DPI.





    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Gorgeous camera... just had to say that.

    LouisB

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