My son found another vintage camera for my collection, it's the Nikon Auto35. Released in 1964 it was Nikon's first AE model with a shutter priority auto "S" mode. The camera features a 48mm f/2 Nikkor-H lens, shutter speeds from bulb to 1/500sec, ISO range from 10 (holy crap BatMan) to 400, a side mounted flash PC sync port, cold hot shoe, front facing shutter release button, and a very large exposure meter window. The exposure meter (built-in light meter) still functions, the lens is clean, the shutter fires at all speeds, apertures adjust correctly, and the film advance lever moves smoothly. I'm surprised at the overall condition of the camera, with the exception of some surface dust the camera is in mint condition. The camera contained a roll of exposed Kodacolor VR 100 24exp which I'll drop off fir processing tomorrow - I love processing found film, hopefully the film wasn't ruined by folks accidentally opening the cameras back....we'll see! Best of all my son got this camera for a great price.....FREE! I'm gonna clean it up a bit in the next few days and burn a roll of film in it.