Since I have received some prints... I am going to give this a whirl again. Anyone interested in trying out 120 format film won't find a much easier route. If you look thru the last two times I did this, you will see how much fun hauling around an old camera can be. http://www.apug.org/forums/showthread.php?t=20085 http://www.apug.org/forums/showthread.php?t=16785 If I can find access to a scanner I may consider starting a gallery for the prints I am sent. I had trouble sending this camera to Canada, so I will probably lean towards lending it to someone in the US - HOWEVER - don't be afraid to ask, especially if you know how the shipping should be handled. I will try to pick a winner (no, not from my nose) within the next week or two. As always there are rules. Here they are, copied from before... >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I have a couple of Koni-Omega rangefinder medium format cameras. Since I only use one of them, I have decided to help out those who are toying with moving up to medium format (sorry - I don't have any LF gear. But if you are willing to loan me yours...). You can check out the camera at http://medfmt.8k.com/mf/korapid.html Scroll down to the first picture with a red background. The camera has been cleaned and adjusted. Although this is an "old" camera, it takes beautiful pictures. Included will be a 90mm lens and one film back. You will need to provide your own 120 film. So here's the deal: 1. You post a reason why I should consider loaning you my camera. 2. I will pick who to send to. No democracy here, MY camera - I choose. If you don't have access to a darkroom, don't bother asking to have the camera. 3. I will send you the camera, I will cover shipping one way. If you live outside the US, I may ask you to split the cost of shipping. 4. You have the camera for 3 months from the day I ship it. Use it. 5. You send the camera back, you pay for insured shipping ($100 value is OK). 6. You send me what you consider to be the TWO BEST photographs you made with this camera. I will let you decide on print size and all those details (contact prints are NOT acceptable). I can dry mount & frame so don't waste your money on that nonsense unless you really want to. 7. Let a family member know what is going on so that if something happens to you I can still have my camera back. 8. All costs incurred due to your addiction to a larger format film are your responsibility. As with anything mechanical there is the risk that something breaks. All I ask is that you take care of the camera, don't abuse it, don't disassemble it, keep it clean, and if it breaks - make sure you send me all of the pieces and a good story explaining what happened.