I am surprised it has not been mentioned. Even though it is no longer made, it is still available new and it is a worthy companion to my 16 year-old M6. The only significant differences are the viewfinder (the Ikon's is slightly better), the electronic shutter on the ZM is more accurate (but I prefer the Leica's quiet mechanical shutter) and film loading is a little easier with the ZM.
Originally Posted by graubär
I've owned an F3HP and a Yashicamat LM:) Both were CLA'd immediately upon purchase.
Great cameras, but didn't bring me any closer to forgetting about my equipment and just shooting.
Along those lines, you couldn't go too far wrong with a Konica--A Konica III or Auto S2 can be had very cheap. They're fixed lens, but the Konica Hexanon is awesome.
Originally Posted by sangetsu