Well... It finally came, it took one month to get Moscow from NJ thanks to the "wonderful" eBay Global Shipping Thingy.
Later I will post some pics of the camera, I just unscrewed the lenses to clean them. The camera is fine, just the high speeds are lower, as I read about this models and springs could be out of tension already, at the moment I can live with 200 speed maximum.
The first is on stand-by position, lens retracted, do not press or move anything at this point, manual says shutter will break.
Then lens is out and then focus and shutter release is possible, pics #2 and #3.
Its heavy yes, but still confortable to wear it with a wide strap, at least with a winter coat its fine. And yes, it takes people attention.
Results from the test roll #1, sadly there are 3 pics I cannot post due the lack of permission to post of the subjects of the portraits, but I can tell one of those portraits is the best I made so far. C'est la vie.
The purpose of this test roll was check the rangefinder and response of the lens, I can say I'm more than satisfied with the results, just one comment... the DOF of 6x9 kills me, so narrow... two of them were slightly out of focus, I need or more sun or 400 asa film, this was ACROS 100, the good thing is that the rangefinder is super accurate and the out of focus things was just the subject or camera move 5cm back or forward and your are out already...
Thanks for watching,