Having bought the N65, I found myself relying on the fully-automatic setting for nearly every shot. So, I decided it would be a good idea to get myself a fully manual camera in order to force myself to think about my exposure settings. Using this camera makes me feel like a photographer, as opposed to an average shmuck with a point-and-shoot, which is what I really am. :o)
The FM was manufactured in Japan by Nippon Kogaku from 1977-82. Despite its name, it doesn't pick up any radio stations.
The lens shown here was manufactured c1964.