A FED 2 w/Industar 26M 2.8/52 and a FED 3 w/Industar 61 2.8/52 from a seller in the Ukraine. Had to make minor adjustments to the rangefinders (due to shipping) and they are up and shooting. The adjustments were easy and I already knew that you have to wind the film before you adjust the shutter speed. They aren't Leicas but they are close and as close to a Leica as I'll ever own. And they do have a certain clunky charm to them so I'm happy.
Bought a very pretty Yashica Electro 35 GT a couple of months ago, and a clean little Canon QL-17 GIII last week. The Yashica is perfect, but needs a battery adapter and the Canon needs light seals. Bad.
Canon P in need of some work and a Canon 50mm f/1.8.
The P... it looks like someone took off the lens mount and screwed it back in with the screws in the wrong order - they were different lengths - and jammed the light baffle into the bottom of the camera causing the shutter to get stuck). And it looks like someone had removed the self timer and used a screw (don't know the proper name of this part) to secure it that was too small - nothing was stripped but it didn't hold securely. And 1/15 is slow.
The first I can fix. The second... I'll have to find a spare part somewhere. The third issue may be within my capacity once I get a look at how the shutter works.
The lens is in nice condition but the aperture ring is a rather tight. It should probably be serviced before use to avoid putting too much stress on the blades. I'd do this one myself but I don't know if I can get the front ring off.
The downsized cross between a GSN and MG-1. Still bigger than a CC. This one was pretty well banged up. I had to beat two dents out of the filter ring, and clean out the battery well. There are a few shock artifacts between the front elements, but so far they have not affected the image quality to a point where you can detect it with the naked eye. And next time I need to take the top off, I'll pop out the dent there too. Click on the pic to see the entire series on Flickr.