I had no intention of acquiring another camera when wifey and I went browsing through one of our favorite antique/flea market establishments. I came across a box of stuff that looked like it was a cleanout of a very old and long unused darkroom. Old chemicals in rusty cans and faded packaging, an Ansco tank, the usual junk. Perched above all this, was another of the multitude of Japanese leaf shutter rangefinders, that appeared to be in fantastic shape. I certainly didn't need another of those. My Konica S2 and a Yashica 5000e serve my needs there, but this one was one of those "wide" variants. Only 35mm variety wide, but I rationalized that it had the possibility of being a handy street shooter. Scale focus only but who needs precise focusing for shooting on the street with a 35mm lens ? The scale is in feet. The body was immaculate. One little pit on the bottom cover was/is the only thing approaching a defect. Full range of shutter speeds from 1 to 1/300th second, all working nicely, instead of the usual 1/25, 1/50,/1/100, 1/300 limited settings. It is the quietest leaf shutter I have ever heard. The final clincher was the bright line finder in which I can view the entire frame with my glasses on. How rare is that ? I can't even see the entire frame with my Leitz highly collectible, ridiculously expensive ISBLOO. The seller was having a 30% off sale that day so that was it. If needed, I do have a Prazisa rangefinder that slips into the accessory shoe. If the matching one shows up on the 'bay at a reasonable price, I'll likely get it. As shown in the picture, I already have a Walz meter that works. Now for some sunshine and a little warmth so I can do some shooting and post results. Thanks for looking.