Per MD's above comment, I dug out my Imarect finder to try the 35 framing. No question that what is inside the black will be the image. But it is a lump and the image is small. Per SB's comment I shouldn't complain. But knowing the source of the M3 and Summaron, I'm sure the M3 has never been opened if the Leica seal is to be believed. The M3 body also shows a good deal of wear. Additionally the 35 Summaron 2.8 although in great cosmetic appearance, is in dire need of a thorough cleaning and lubrication. Neither of these items have been in use for at least 25 years. To restore both, I'm above $500 and possibly more. I'll do the restoration effort first, continue use of a 35 Summaron f3.5 LTM on another body and learn to use the Imarect. The M4-2 rebuild with the anti-flare kit will have to wait. There is no sense shooting film if the body and lens, regardless of age, are not in the best possible mechanical and optical condition.