The Zenobia 645 remains my second-favorite classic (first place goes to my Diacord). The Neo-Hesper lens is plenty sharp, and like all "semi" cameras it folds up small enough to be easily portable. It's not a rangefinder, so you have to practice at guessing distances, and you can chop off heads if you forget about parallax. The shutter on mine is still running strong and is accurate enough for my purposes. I got mine cheap some years ago but it seems like the going rate on eBay has climbed considerably in the past few years. Supposedly the Neo-Hesper is a four element lens, and the more commonly found Hesper has three elements. Both are front-cell focusing. The pictures were shot yesterday on Neopan 400, developed in Beutler's and scanned on an Epson 4870 with minimal tweaking. They weren't sharpened unless the scanner did it and didn't tell me.