We absolutely love crazy-looking, ultra-rare Leica cameras, and as journalists, we are especially fond of this one.
Designed specifically for news photographers, this rangefinder was modified to take special film cassettes that offered 10 meters of film or up to 250 shots, hence the two massive film spools.
While you may have a hard time coming across these specialized film cassettes, the camera itself, according to Ebayer Classic_Photography_UK, is in pristine working condition. It features a 50mm f/2 lens and shutter speeds ranging from 1/20 sec up to 1/100 sec. Orginally based off of the Leica II, less than 1000 units of this body were ever made.