One more kind of rangefinder camera: almost all of the folding, pack-film Polaroids from the 1960s and 1970s had rangefinders, as did most of the better folding roll-film Polaroids in the previous generation. I owned a working one (3x4 prints, Type 47 roll film) in the early 70s, though I only ever managed to buy two rolls of film for it. I own a Model 350 now, waiting for me to get new battery holders wired in to replace the corroded contact ends of the wires; that one takes current film, including Type 665 that will produce a 3x4 format negative.

The other two rangefinder cameras I own are a Moskva-5, 6x9 cm, and a Petri 7S, 35 mm RF.