The Nikon FM3a is the last (and most sophisticated) camera in the FE/FM line. It features a trick hybrid electro-mechanical shutter with speeds from 1s to 1/4000s (plus Bulb) and aperture-priority autoexposure. This FM3a is in good working order, but it's worth noting that the ISO selection dial does not lock. ISO selection is fine, but the lack of a lock may get on your nerves, so keep it in mind. Cosmetic condition is good overall, with some notable paint wear and brassing on the rear door and baseplate, some wear on the prism. It won't win best in show at the Westminster FM3a show, but this is a good "user" example if you don't mind the aforementioned quirks.