My latest toy arrived last week: it's an Ercona II with a Novonar 110mm f4.5 folder from 1956, making 6x9cm images on 120 film. Price was 45 Euro. Nice running shutter, almost clean lens elements and a good bellows. This camera has no rangefinder but is equipped with a guestimeter, labelled from 1.5 meter to 15 meter and infinite. Shutter speeds go from 1 second to 1/125 and the aperture ranges f4.5 - 22. My plan to take it on a trip to France next week and loading it up with Velvia 100 will come true. The Novonar is lens is good enough and the color rendition is in simple terms: splendid. No need to go looking for Color Skopar of Color Heliar lenses, though I won't state that they are overrated. I scanned the 8 slides and put them online here. The only PS applied was auto levels to match the beauty of the slides. The image with the Lavender was focussed at 1.5 meter, f22, and shows some vignetting. for example, our humble mansion: f16 - 1/100 (yups, the sunny 16 rule!) on Velvia 100, developed in the Tetenal 3-bath kit.