A couple of weeks ago, I finally received my new toy. I finally had a chance to see for myself what's this raving about rangefinders is all about. No, it's not a Leica, I would have to re-morgage my house to get one of those. This is a rangefinder for the normal people. It's 40 year old Canon Canonet QL-17 GIII 35mm film camera. It has a fixed 40mm f1.7 lens, with a very quiet leaf shutter, and it's surprisingly heavy for a small camera. It's definitely requires time to get used to the way it focuses, and the way it works all together. I have shot 2 rolls of film on it already, and the colour one, was mainly testing, and it wasn't impressive. The black and white film came out a lot better. Here are some samples. There was no editing done to any of these, just a little cropping here and there. Enjoy.