These cameras are out there, but it does require patience.
The cameras with the coated lenses are excellent, but I would also get one with a coated lens if that's all that I could find.
All of the cameras will need to be serviced, unless someone has already done that. And for some reason, it's not unusual to find that the paint has flaked off the main prism in the postwar camera's rangefinder system. Luckily, the prism can be repainted.
Here's my own 532/16 with the coated Zeiss-Opton Tessar.
Aside from the paint flaking off the prism and a need to be serviced, the camera was in excellent condition. I bought a second a few years after this one (mid-2000s), and all the paint had flaked off that camera's prism, too.
Last edited by elekm; 01-17-2013 at 06:02 PM. Click to view previous post history.