Clean lens, scratch and fungus free. Untitled by Laia, on Flickr No light leaks in the bellows. IMG_1895 by Laia, on Flickr Untitled by Laia, on Flickr It focuses by moving the back plate and film (medium format). The focusing dial is on the right, easily accessible by thumb when holding the camera. On the top left are the film advance and frame counter. And see that impossibly small round thing just to the left of the frame counter and on the back? That's the viewfinder. It's seriously about 3mm in diameter. But it has a coupled rangefinder! Untitled by Laia, on Flickr It does have some cosmetic damage on the back. Untitled by Laia, on Flickr Guy I bought it from had the metal plate taped on backward (it opens to see the frame count on the paper backing, and there's only 1 hole in the camera body). Untitled by Laia, on Flickr It is currently at the shop to have the plate glued back down. Untitled by Laia, on Flickr But the inside looks good, and the shutter speeds are only a little bit slow. Untitled by Laia, on Flickr There's also a local guy who does custom leather restoration work on vintage cameras. I'm going to contact him and see if he can help me with the damage on the back. I know I'll lose the nice embossing, but it's just going to keep peeling off. When I walked up to the counter at the camera shop the tech said "Working on another project?" because apparently I'm there so much they're remembering me. And when I left he said he was excited to see what I bring in next.