I went to a camera show on Sunday. As I pulled up into the parking lot I saw a fellow with his car trunk open. He had some vintage camera stuff that he was showing to people. I immediately stopped and got out to have a look. Long story short, I ended up with a few of his very low-priced items including this heavy, Germanic machine ... ...a Wirgin Edixa Reflex for $20 in fully working order with a fast (for its day) Isco Goettingen Westagon 50mm F/2.0 lens. The lens is apparently somewhat rare according to this vintage lens test where it was said to show "commendable sharpness." Wirgin made dozens of SLR models and they all use screw-mount (M42) lenses so they are versatile in that respect. The shutter seems reasonably accurate. It has a removable prism which is interchangeable with a waist level finder and the focusing screen has the split-image focusing aid I prefer. Will have some test pics soon.