We went to a flea market yesterday. I was hoping to find a nice medium format camera like a Rollei or maybe a Mamiya or something like that. (One can always hope :blushing I came home with this pair though The first thing I found was this cute little plastic/aluminum 1950's Argus Super 75. It has a 65mm f8 (!) lens. It has 3 f-stops; f8, f11 and f16. There are instructions inside the viewer cover what stop to use in what weather condition. Shutterspeed is fixed (don't know how fast, I found some info on the net that it's somewhere between 1/30 and 1/50) or what would be "bulb". It seems to be in perfect condition and I payed 15,- for it. Secondly, my heart missed a beat because my first thought was that I found my Rollei, but it turned out to be something else. Since the brand/light meter cover is missing I had no idea what I bought. But it appears to be a 1958 Minolta Autocord LMX. The focus lever button is also broken off but the lever itself is still usable. Also the light meter is dead but that is no wonder after 50 years. Still, it seems to be working perfectly fine. It has a 75mm f3.5 lens and I payed 50,- for it. If anyone has more info on these, I would love to hear it.