Greetings fellow analog photographers, I am a longtime lurker, and have made extensive use of everyone's collective knowledge here on APUG. This site is a truly great resource!! I have been shooting film, mostly B+W, for almost a year now since taking a photo course at the local art school. I've been wanting to get into medium format recently and manged pick up a rolleiflex locally for very little money...as far as I can tell its a MX-automat with a 75mm f3.5 Tessar and is likely from around 1951-52... The seller said it hadn't been used in over a dozen years so I was a little uncertain how it would perform. Well, I put my first couple of films through it today and just processed the first roll and was impressed! 120 is awesome!! The negs really pop...I was very happy that the exposures were good and the frame spacing was consistent. The only issue is that it looks like I may have a slight light leak from one side of the camera. I noticed that one side of the back of the camera will sometimes shift a little when I move it from one hand to another. Has anyone else had this problem with older TLR's? I will likely get it tuned up/CLA'd... does anyone know a good place for servicing rolleiflexes in Canada? Also..does anyone have a good solution for straps and cases for these cameras? Thanks!!