So, I was looking through the dusty old camera gear at a recent abandoned storage auction, and came across a taped up box labeled "Assorted Nik Stuff - M. Johnston." Feeling lucky, I bought the whole box for $10, in hopes of finding a gem or two. Sure enough, in with the old lens caps and dry-rotted leather camera straps, was one of the very sought-after early vintage Nikon bokemeters. This looks like one of the hand-made ones built in Japan for the US market - one of the ones that actually reads +/- 50 micro-B. But I can't be sure on the scale without reading the manual. So, if anyone knows where I can track one down, that would be great. As you can see, this has been pretty well cared for, and the F-mount hardly has any corrosion.