an amusing fact, from nikon's japanese website: http://www.nikon.co.jp/main/eng/portfolio/about/history/cousins/cousins11-e.htm The Nikon EM (Photo) was developed as a small, cute, easy-to-use "SLR Camera for Women", appealing to a market whose needs were not being met sufficiently by conventional heavy, "uncute" SLR cameras on the market at the time. Guigiaro, following on the success of the F3, had designed the EM, and its tiny add-on MD-E winder's rhomboid profile was a take off on the F3's 6 fps MD4. -rei On Dec24 10:14, Janet Cull wrote: > You know what would be nice... if they were all lined up on a shelf > and I could hold and try them out. Guess that's not gonna happen. I > will check, however, with Charlotte Camera and see what they've got > in that's used. When I was there once, they had a nice-looking FM2 > but I wasn't in the market yet. > > I live a distance from anywhere! I think it will be worth the hour > and a half drive, though, if I can find a couple cameras in the same > town. Thank you all! > > Merry Christmas > > Janet -- Rei Shinozuka shino@xxxxxxxxx Ridgewood, New Jersey ============================================================================================================= To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there.