I've an earlier Vitessa with the folding lens and barn doors. Otherwise I think they are fairly similar. It was given to me, and I've not used it much.
It is a work of art, and built very well. The general "make sure the shutter speeds are correct" phrase is good advice for cameras of this vintage.

Make sure the film is taught when you load it, before putting the back on. One of the first times using it this issue caused some overlapped frames because the sprockets did not engage the film correctly.
You may also want to make sure the rangefinder is accurate before taking important pictures. A lens hood is a good idea on bright days.