A Regula RM: If you like German rangefinder cameras (like me) but don't like spending lots of money (also like me) you might like some of the models that came from the German Regula-Werk factory in the 1950s-60s. This Regula RM has rangefinder focusing and an uncoupled meter. The lens is a Steinheil Cassar-S 45mm/2.8 but it was also available with a Zeiss Tessar and a few other lenses. Regulas were considered lower priced alternatives to the more prestigious models from Zeiss, Voigtlander, German Kodak, etc. but they are well made with capable lenses. Much of the cost savings is due to the aluminum bodies they used which remind me of some of the aluminum Argus cameras but the fit and finish of the Regula seems much better and more durable. The noncorrosive quality of aluminum really pays off after 50 years and you often find Regulas like this one that look nearly like new. Regulas are not particularly sought after by collectors (yet) so the cost is low. Models like this one in working condition can often be found for $10-$20 or so. There were also a couple of Regula models with interchangeable lenses which are hard to find in the USA and would normally cost quite a bit more.