So I'm in the market for a rangefinder camera. My main interest is doing documentary work, currently of musicians. Main priorities: Fast lens Easy/smooth to use good performance in super low light Basically I'm getting this kind of picture with a Canon 5d: http://paulmcevoy.viewbook.com/irish_music?p=1&s=UA-5309626-1#27 but I'd like to be doing that with film instead. For one thing, I don't like the mirror blocking my view on a long exposure. And I'm trying to imitate the look of pushed film, but I'd rather just push film, or at least try. So. There's a very slim chance that I might be able to get a good price on a Leica, but probably not. There's also a Canon 7 in good condition available to me for $200. Money is a huge issue right now as I'm in school and living off loans. I'm attracted to the Canon 7 but do feel like if I somehow got my hands on a Leica, the journey would be over and I'd have my camera. However it's a pretty far reach, I'm having trouble just paying my bills right now. Any advice? I've only ever had my hands on a Leica once, the Canon never, so I don't really know. I just want to be able to have a camera I can trust and rely on.