Excuse the very un-rickdrawbridgesque gear photo. So I got lucky when I saw this on ebay, listed at £80, ordinarily over the odds for this camera with a standard f2 or f1.8 lens. The photos weren't up to much, but I could just see a 'KA', and some red lettering indicating the Tomioka, and an f1.2. I asked for some additional info on the lens (fungus/haze/scratches etc.) but did not get any better photos, just an assurance that it was in good condition, but from someone who was obviously not familiar with the kind of scrutiny us GAS sufferers usually subject such things to. Anyhow, I was the only bidder, and when it arrived, the glass was pretty perfect, focus smooth (if a little slacker than it might have been straight out of the factory) and aperture blades snappy, and protected by a skylight filter. The body is in good condition, although I wasn't really interested in this when bidding. The meter works but is not accurate, although the error (about 3 stops too sensitive) seems to be pretty linear across the range, and I can get it within about half a stop of my D7000 using compensation and adjusting ISO. Does anyone have any idea if there is a trim pot somewhere on these that could be used to pull it back to correct exposure (assuming it has sufficient adjustment)? If so, what is the process of entry like. I have some limited experience going into the top of SLRs. Also, the slow speeds seem a bit slow (1 sec seems about 1.5). Anyone know if there is any adjustment available, and is this achievable by a non-technician?? It's quite a well specified camera. Copal metal vertical travel shutter, exposure lock, double exposure function, open aperture metering, viewfinder blind, 1/2000 shutter and a shutter lock. It's a lump though, and weighs a ton!