I've just received a good-condition Olympus 35RC which I bought off E-Bay. It's fully-functional but has "been around a bit" with one-or-two dings here and there and quite extensive rubbing on the baseplate and round the strap-lugs. Still, at least that means I won't be terrified of getting it out of my camera-bag in case it gets scratched. I can't believe how small and well-made these things were compared to today's all-plastic automated wonders. It's quite a bit less bulky than my 35SP (even smaller than the famous Trip 35) but doesn't feel at all insubstantial I've put some Ilford Delta 400 B&W film in there and I'm going to use it in shutter-priority mode to take some stark winter shots in my local parks and beaches. I'm really looking forward to seeing the results from its F/2.8 lens, which I've read on the 'net is one of the sharpest F2.8 lenses to ever appear on a fixed-lens rangefinder. Anyone any experience of this beast?