Canon II2S with 50mm 1.8. The lens is currently getting CLA'd as the aperture blades had a lot of oil on it. But the camera is in pretty good condition, everything works, although I believe the shutter is a little slow at slower speeds.
A lovely Zeiss Ikon Contessa 35, with two everready cases. One case needs some repair where the front "hinges." I must admit that the Contessa is not a fast handling camera, what with the bottom film wind knob, manual shutter cocking, etc. But it is such a beautifully finished piece of kit! It looks like it has had no more use than a demonstrator would. Only a few tiny blemishes on the chrome. Of my cameras only my Vitessa L and my AsahiFlex have comparable fit and finish.
On mine the lens is clear, the view/rangfinder is clear, and the shutter sounds right, except that 1 sec is perhaps a little slow. The lens is threaded on the OUTSIDE for filter adaptors, but I scored a series 5 adaptor, a lens shade, and a couple BW filters.
Got the body a few weeks ago and the lens arrived this week. Had no idea Minolta even made rangefinders until I happened to talk with the seller about another issue altogether. I expressed I was a big Minolta fan and ended up picking up the Minolta-35 and a Minolta Autocord. The lenses are pretty hard to find so it took me a while of searching, for a standard 50mm but it's in really bad condition. Currently running first roll through it to see how it turns out.