This Agfa Super Silette is not a first string camera in my book. It is solid and seemingly well made, but it has the charmless bulkiness of early '60s Agfas. It has a Color Apotar lens, a rangefinder and a Prontor SVS shutter. The Color Apotar lens, apparently a "triplet" and not a Tessar, is well-regarded, but something of an also ran when stacked (and piled) on the shelf beside many others of more exalted pedigree. I've actually had very nice results from a Color Apotar on a single lens reflex. However, what's the point of acquiring an old camera if you're not going to give it a spin at least once? Jay Leno probably owns an old 4-cylinder Porshe 912; surely he's willing to forsake a ride in a 400hp turbo once to take the old 912 around the block.