hi. i just picked up a used nikon n2000 with a nikon af nikkor 35 - 80mm lens. thing takes batteries by doesn't even autofocus. how does it compare to more typical, non-electronic entry-level 35mm cameras such as olympus om-1, nikon fm, canon ae-1? i'm having a hard time finding reading material comparing the two categories. i ask because the store had something like that, but it wasn't going to "tested" and ready to sell until tomorrow. it was going to $40-$50, but i wanted a camera today. they had this good condition n2000 with the nikkor 35 - 80mm lens for $130. i didn't mind paying a little bit more for a little better camera, but i don't care much about auto vs winding between shots. other than not having to crank between each shot, is the n2000 superior or inferior to these wind-up entry-levels? i realize i should have asked more questions, but i was distracted by the beautiful day and wanting to get outside. thanks!