GOOD / This is a USED camera, the body has some signs of age and wear, curtain is free of tears. Overall great condition for it's age, shutter appears to work with no issues, can not test the shutter speeds to confirm the are accurate.
Manufactured from 1973 to 1977, the F2 S Photomic used the DP-2 head. Although it looked very different, the DP-2 was functional very similar to the DP-1. It substituted an all solid-state light-both-LEDs exposure control system using two arrow shaped light-emitting diode (LED) over/underexposure indicators for better visibility in low light situations and better overall reliability. This was important, because the DP-2's CdS meter had better low light sensitivity than the DP-1 – down to Exposure Value (EV) −2, instead of EV 1, at ASA 100. A chrome Nikon F2 S Photomic with Nikkor 50 mm f/1.4 lens had a US list price of $961 in 1976.
The Nikon F2-S Photomic offers the serious photographer the ultimate in quality performance, convenience and versatility. At the same time, it is engineered to take the guesswork out of photography with automatic features anyone can learn to use in minutes. While most older SLR system and in particular, mechanical SLR cameras are so much differently incorporation when compared with today's auto-everything high-tech SLR, to get the most out of your Nikon F2-S Photomic, you ought to study the instructions carefully and practice using the controls before you load any film in the camera.