Recently, I picked up a 1972 Zorki 4 in true mint condition on ebay for a mere $30 from a US seller (the rangefinder mechanism was stiff and needed just one drop of oil to be revived). This camera came with a Jupiter 8 lens, but my current favorite is the Jupiter 12. On a recent lunch break, I took some shots around the construction site for the new court house / jail in 'downtown' Los Alamos. The Jupiter 12 is fantastic, it is contrasty and sharp, and with the Zorki 4 it makes a great camera to keep in the car. (click on the images to get to their respective flickr page, large versions of the pics can be viewed there) There seems to have been some sort of speck on the filter in this picture: I like the detail in this one: A view of the unfinished ground floor: All photos on Fuji Neopan SS, souped in Xtol 1+1 for 9.5 minutes.