That's not a camera, this is a camera. Specifically a screw mount rangefinder built from 1961 to 1964. It make the Leica M3 seem stealth by comparison. It does add a meter conveniently located on the top plate and allows for the selection of 35/50/85,100 frame lines. There is also an option to lock the shutter release. Top shutter speed is 1/1000. All this plus the film advance and the rewind don't leave much room on the top, so no hot shoe. For that you'll have to add an accessory shoe.
Fun to shoot. Not as fun to carry. As long as your comfortable with a manual camera and don't mind the size this is a nice intuitive camera. It uses the same mount as the Leica screw mount lens so it would be a strong alternative to a screw mount Leica with the added benefit of a meter. Mine was clear and easy to focus.
Lens: Canon 50mm 1.4
Film: Fomapan 400