Boxed. The FM2 was manufactured for only a brief period before the N version was introduced. In 1982 the FM2 became the first commercial production SLR to brake the speed barrier of 1/4000 sec shutter speed and 1/200 sec sync speed mainly due to a newly designed titanium shutter. In 1994, Nikon introduced a very limited quantity of a hand assembled FM2n Titanium version based on their immensely popular mechanical Nikon FM2n. The expensive and exclusive titanium camera body was officially discontinued in 1997 after a small number had been produced.