So a friend and I were talking the other day...and he's into photography too (shoots Nikon digital, and wants to get some Nikon film stuff...EF or whatever, I don't know Nikons)...anyways, I told him how much I love rangefinders...he told me he hates them. So we got into a bit of a friendly discussion about the pros/cons of rangefinders...and all of the sudden he says "You know...I have some old rangefinder someone gave me a long time ago collecting dust...you can have it."
So...he gave me a GORGEOUS 1954 Voigtlander Vito B!! It's been dropped once so there's a dent on one corner, but other than that it functions as new (everything is tight and precise) and there are no scratches, etc...
He also gave me some cool little selenium light meter (hand held, since the Vito B didn't have any sort of meter) and 4 rolls of most likely expired film, including a roll of Ilford B&W 400 ASA that'll be going into my AE-1P as soon as I'm finished with the film in there!!
Anyways...I'll put up pics of the Voigtlander tomorrow...I love it