So I have this Kodak D2. It's ghetto... it has some sort of aftermarket go-faster clamp deal to hold the front rise in place. Takes 3 hands to rise the front. The back gets a little carried away and swings completely off its track. Takes another 3 hands to get it back on. It is however, the only 10x8 I own. I have 3 film carriers, and 5 dark slides. I don't know where the other one went. They are old, wooden, and don't work very well. Anyhow, I decided to try out some paper. ASA 6, f16 at 1 minute sounded like a good plan, until the darkslide ate the first sheet. No big loss, its like 50 cents. So I tried again, and it worked better this time. I haven't developed yet, saving the other two shots for tomorrow, bright sun (hopefully). My question is this: I don't have a nice big 300mm, so I used the Ektar 127 from my Speed Graphic. Is it correct to have the front almost not racked out at all with this "wide angle" lens? It looked sharp, and I assume I could almost do some macro work. It's fairly dark inside, and since its almost 10pm here, its dark outside. Thoughts?