Canon New F-1
The Canon New F-1 was Canon's last professional manual-focus film camera, and they did a heck of a job: along with a very heavy brass body in a grippy matte finish, the F-1 also has an electronically-timed shutter with speeds from 8 seconds to 1/2000s and a wonderfully bright laser-matte focusing screen that is nearly unmatched. It's probably Canon's best SLR, and that's saying something. This F-1 includes the AE prism. All caps are present, and while there is some light brassing on the body (and a “2” silkscreened on the back edge of the viewfinder) it's in great shape overall. Shutter speeds and metering are accurate, light seals are good.