I have been using a new camera lately, one which is the original sunny sixteen offering from a Nikon SLR perspective.
This is the original Nikon F… as in before they had to bother putting numbers after the "F".
It has the basic pentaprism without any metering. It seems to operate very well despite some minor dings and scratches here and there.
Releasing its shutter produces the most satisfying "thunk" sound of any of my Nikons, this is one serious piece of metal.
Even though I shoot a great deal with my F6 (which is likely the last F ever, I guess I have bookends now…) this is a new opportunity for me. All the F's before the F6 have interchangeable finders, and I am looking forward to finding a waist-level finder to play around with…