Thats a camera to take out and use, if it is in working condition. The case was typical for the 60's and 70's. My grandfather had the black Halliburton case with the Nikon FTn, three lenses and flash with custom cut foam. I followed by buying a cheap plastic pistol case and cutting the foam myself for my Minolta. You would fit in back in the day when everyone carried briefcases. My grandfather also had the Nikon F Photomic from the early 1960's, but stopped using it when he picked up the FTn in the late 60's. I suppose if I was a collector I would want the earlier non-metered F - hope you can find someone that needs this to fill out their collection. I think the $200 to $400 range is not too bad for a camera like this, especially as the Minolta/Pentax and other similar cameras from the era are all well under $100. Would be interesting to know if it is worth more. Also, the first thing I do with an old camera is check if there is film in it. I have bought cameras that had partially exposed rolls of film - if you shot film it would just be natural to check before opening the back of the camera. The accessories aren't bad, nobody liked having a flash sitting over their rewind knob so the flash bracket was common for an F model, also the cable release is typical of Nikon making something different and costing more while everyone else used a common thread-in style cable release.