"Six years ago, the Yashica GSN Electro 35 was that camera for me," writes Chris Gampat in his article, An Ode to a Now Popular Film Rangefinder Camera. "
For me, the Yashica was an incredible piece of kit. It opened me up to working with aperture priority only on the streets (as before that I was a full manual or busy type of lad), gave me the skills to work with a slow shutter speed for flash sync, tested my zone focusing skills and it looked really cool."
If you're a fan of these cameras, and with rangefinders in general, I think you'll enjoy Chris' article and its pictures.
I have a couple Electro 35s on the workbench right now. I haven't decided what to do wth them yet. But I do agree... they are cool.