Hi, I own a Moskva 4 6x9 camera with a 110mm f/4.5 lens. It's a great little tool, but the focal length is just too long. Using the 1/fl rule, I shoot only at 1/100 and 1/250 (always handheld) which seriously limits my ability to work the aperture in bright light. Also, I use it as a walk-around camera - so the 110mm length is a bit more than I'd like. I know 110 is pretty standard on 6x9, but I'd love to have a 65mm lens on there, go wide. I've looked at dozens of small, folding bellows cameras like the Moskva and have come up with nothing. Now, these cameras go for almost nothing over here in Poland, and I'm thinking - how card would it be to buy one, shorten the bellows and mount a winder lens with a shutter in the front? I know there are a few 65mm MF cameras out there, but they're a) large b) expensive. I'm just throwing this idea out there as I'm totally clueless as far as these things go, but am willing to work and learn. Is this idea crazy? Are there alternatives I should look at?