My latest bargain find was a Retina IIIc. I found the camera at an antique store for $10 and picked it up with some vague recollection that people liked it. First test roll in, I'm stunned. This camera seems to have a significantly sharper lens than I'm use to on cameras like this. I don't know why I disregarded the camera before - I guess the Kodak=mass produced time period was too deeply ingrained. Here are a few highlights from the test roll: Larger versions here for anyone curious about sharpness: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cannelbrae/sets/72157624834741726/ Frankly, I think this lens is resolving more than the film and other elements in my pipeline can deal with. I want to try this with a higher resolution film than FP4 to see what it can do.