I bought this Fed 2 last week from Ukraine on Ebay from a seller who does not sell many cameras. The price was US$12. They send it by Registered Post for $15. It arrived in good time. The Germans by DHL charge over $35 for postage! This is an old one, possibly 1957, if the number on the body is a correct indicator. Had to do all the works of cleaning, lubrication and tension adjustments. They had painted a pretty lady’s picture on the back; [that seems to have been fashionable in a season in the USSR]; removed it with household ammonia and detergent, Then polished the vulcanite covering with KIWI shoe wax and coconut oil. Works very smoothly now. Has a larger wind-on knob than Zorki 4. So less torque is needed to advance the film. The body is slightly smaller than that of Zorki 4; feels nice in the palm. Actually, one could shoot pictures using just the right hand with this camera. Tough, if you are left-handed! Switching from the SLRs I kept running my finger over the viewfinder. Had to remind myself often to the discipline of the RF. Made some test shots with the Nova Silver Plus film 125ASA. It was good day light, bright and shadowy scenes. Did not use any meter. Here are a few samples.