Quote Originally Posted by Mike H
...The SLR shutter is indeed loud but very firm - like the metallic 'thunk' of 60s/70s metal SLRs. It's OK if you don't mind your subjects noticing you're shooting them. Otherwise, go for a quiet Pen D or EE viewfinder model.
I just scored an EE for $20. It all seems to work, but I am unsure how to set the film speed. The ring around the lens has both an aperture scale and an "ASA" scale. If I set an aperture, the shutter works and the diaphram looks good through the lens. If I turn to the speed settings, nothing happens. And, of course, since the film speeds and the f stops are on opposite sides of the same ring, you can't have both.

Any hints?