I know and have seen on ebay Yashica TLR it's a fantictic semi professional 620 I think, but look for Yashica
The Medalist is the best, but a good Monitor with the Anastigmat Special lens is an excellent value.
If you can live with/like 6x4.5 format, the Kodak Duo-Six 20 is a very nice little camera, the series 2 being the most easily available. Made in Stuttgart in the late thirties by Dr. Nagelwerke/Kodak AG, they have either an f3.5 Kodak Anastigmat, Zeiss Tessar, or Schneider Xenon lens with focal length of 70 or 75mm, in a Compur or Compur Rapid shutter. They are strong, light, and elegant, a bit like a Retina on steroids!
Argoflex. I have one and it takes really nice photo's. Abouty $10 on eBay.
Another possibility is that it would allow Kodak to easily separate amateur and professional film at the photo lab so they could direct amateur film to separate work stations with people trained to get the best out of negatives shot by each of these two categories of photographers. Given what people submitted in the days before meters and auto exposure, these labs worked wonders.
Kodak Senior #1 is a 620 and has a nice kodak anastigmat F-6.3 on it and is nice in my book :
After you have shoot your film, if you want to get rid of the spools, contact me. I could use a few. I can use 120 film in my Brownie Hawkeye if I have a 620 take up spool. You might try that with whatever 620 camera you end up with. Bill Barber
If so, the Anaston lens on the Tourist is nice, as long as you are paying less than $20 USD. If you are going to spend more than that I'd try to get something with a rangefinder. A sharp lens is no good if its not in focus.