A 35mm non-coupled rangefinder that I cannot remember the name of. One focused by guestimation, and set the exposure by the sunny/16 chart that used to come packaged with film. It had about a 30-35mm lens and a really cool tan leather case. I made plenty of negatives that had rotten composition, but very few with poor focus or exposure. Reminiscing about that camera recently led me to fool around with some Russian rangefinders and then purchase a new Bessa-L with a 25mm lens. Getting back to the basics of non-automatic functions is making me a better photographer, at least as far as judging the light and tripping the shutter at just the right moment are concerned. I feel more confident knowing that when the batteries die and all the auto functions cease, I can still take a picture without worrying about whether it made it onto film.