I was pleased to find on receiving the camera that the seller's claims were largely justified. There is a little brassing on the lower side and a couple corners of the covering will need to be glued down. The viewfinder could benefit from a cleaning, but it is usable, and the coupled rangefinder is accurate. The Ultron f2/50 lens is clear, the shutter seems accurate, and the controls work smoothly.
These pictures from the camera were made on a roll of Kentmere 400 which I exposed at a stop slow for processing in PMK Pyro. The early morning light in the riverside forest was a little on the dim side.
The light was a better the next day during a stroll through Old Town.
The images from the camera lived up to my expectations. It will take some time, however, to get used to the unconventional placements and operation of some of the controls. Focusing is accomplished by turning the knob on the top-left of the camera which also contains a pop-up rewind key. The viewfinder window is to the right of center, so parallax must be allowed for in the opposite direction from that required by most of my rangefinder cameras.