Late 50s Japanese fixed-lens rangefinder. Overhauled in Feb by Clarence Gass. Overall very clean. Small ding on top. Tiny surface scratch on the front element, which doesn't seem to affect performance. Focus is nice and smooth. Viewfinder is bright and rangefinder patch is easy to see. Has a bright frame line, which comes in handy for composing. Very quiet leaf shutter. Comes with 46mm Hoya HMC 1b and a fotodiox lens shade. This is is the camera that got me hooked on rangefinders. Selling because I never reach for it since I got my Kiev and Karat. These are pretty rare, especially in this condition. The lens is very sharp. $165 shipped in the Conus. Would consider trades for 135 bw film. Thanks for looking.