A basic camera may suffice while one is deciding if a rangefinder camera will be a long-term investment. The ultimate use for the images is an important factor. Huge enlargements demand much from both equipment and photographer. Images posted online are more forgiving. Some of the inexpensive fixed lens cameras are capable of fine photos. They may be less durable than professional quality cameras. My personal choice is the Leica M4 bought in 1970 after 17 years of using Leica and other rangefinder cameras. That kit with five lenses sounds expensive, but the cost has been less than the film expended.