If you know vintage Kodaks, you probably are aware of this camera. It's the Kodak Ektra, Kodak's 1941 attempt to produce the worlds finest 35mm interchangeable lens rangefinder camera, beating out contemporary Leica and Contax cameras. Being a Kodak collector, this is one of the cameras I have lusted over for the longest time. It's the one of the finest cameras to ever come out of Rochester and the finest American rangefinder ever made, but with only 2000 made, they command ridiculous money in the market. After a few years of watching various action sites, I finally came across one that didn't cost me an arm and leg. It's got some problems, the shutter is jammed (quite typical) but the curtains and their straps appear to be in good shape. I also need to locate the auxiliary 35mm finder window for this lens or a 50mm Ektar lens to go with it.