My "Bargain" Rolleiflex is turning into a Frankenstein project! HELP! I just bought an old Rolleiflex Standard for peanuts, but it seems that I'm the one whose been made a monkey of. The camera doesn't seem to take 120 size film, which dissapoints me because it's in good-enough shape to be a user. Now I'm considering making it into a "project"..... From its serial number (367427), its Tessar 75mm, f3.5 lens in a Rapid Compur (1/500th sec.) shutter, my web research indicates that this model is probably the Rolleiflex Standard "622" from the early 1930's. My questions are: 1. What film size does this camera take? (I suspect 620, but I'm not sure). 2. Do you think it's worth trying to adapt this camera to 120? (this would mean hacksawing-down the little stud which holds the film spool) 3. Do you know anyone who has made this adaptation? 4. Who in Europe would be able to do such an adaptation for me? 5. What do I risk screwing up if I do this myself? Any help would be appreciated (including the e'dress of websites of crazy camera do-it-yourselfers who hack-up their Rolleiflex's on the weekend!) Thanks, Christopher .