Good morning; One admission I must make is that I have become a "camera collector." No longer can I just claim to be "a very well equipped photographer." Another KMZ Zorki has come to live with me; this time a Zorki 4 to go along with the Zorki 4K. I do not really know what to say. These Russian cameras are heavy, very simple, quirky (You WILL follow the correct order when doing things with this camera; cock the shutter first, THEN change the shutter speed dial!), sometimes unreliable, have a "different" film loading procedure, lack most of the things we consider to be standard modern conveniences for use, and are a lot of fun. At times it is nice to use a camera that expects me to be a participant in the photograph taking process. And, with the arrival of a Minolta Hi-Matic 11 Range Finder, the Hi-Matic Numbered Series is complete, the 7, 7s, 7s II, 9, and now the 11. The 11 was the camera of a fellow's father, and it has come to live with me, where it will still see occasional use. I admit that of this series, I do prefer to use the Hi-Matic 9 with its full range of lens apertures and shutter speeds from 1/500 to 1 full second. Interestingly, both the Hi-matic 9 and the 11 are fairly large and heavy cameras, similar in that respect to the KMZ Zorki 4/4K. No, none of my cameras may have the panache of an Ernst Leitz-Wetzlar Leica M4, but they are fun to use. And, if I encounter an early Summicron or Elmar in L39 screw thread mount, it can go onto the Zorki and produce photographs.