I sent my Nikon FE2 for a CLA'. The camera is generally in good condition except that I think there is a problem with the electrical system, or the light meter, or both. This is my second FE2, my first one was purchased used back in 1989 as a gift to myself. I find it incredible that back then I use to think the camera was a bit large, now it seems just the opposite. It feels incredibly small and light in my hands compared to my DSLR's. Once in a while I like to forget about all the fancy buttons and high-tech stuff and just go out, take my time and simply shoot with what is available. I know Carl Zeiss makes some lenses for the newer Nikon and Canons, but did they make any lenses for those cameras back in the film days. Or why bother, why not stick with some good old Nikkor primes. So far I have the 50mm f1.4, the 55 f2.8(micro), the 105 f2.5, the 35mm f2.8( E series), the 135mm f2.8 (E series) and the 300mm f4. Does anybody have any suggestions. Oh yeah, the 35mm f1.4 is still selling for over $700 on eBay.