Here's what the contact prints look like from the first roll that came out of my Argoflex TLR. The camera looks like this: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum51/132423-argoflex-lesser-virtual-brillant.html Film was Tri-X shot at 125 ISO w/ a yellow filter, and it was developed in Rodinal at 1:25 dilution for 7 minutes at 68 degrees. The contact prints were made in Dektol and I have no idea how long it took because I had to do it several times. First time I ever made contact prints actually, so that was interesting. In the past, I just made trial prints w/o making contacts. The lens is an Argus Varex 75 4.5 triplet that is not that bad! It has unusual f stops of 4.5, 6.3, 9, 12.7 and 18, which made metering a little challenging. All in all, a nice $20 Bakelite camera that gives those big, beautiful 6x6 negs. The only downside is the shutter. It's self cocking, and difficult to fire w/o shaking the camera, but practice may help. Also, I may be getting a little shutter bounce at the highest speed of 1/200. Shots taken at that speed were blurry, but the shots you see here were made at 1/100 and they look fine. The camera takes 620 film, but 120 loaded right in, and I let it spool onto the 620 spool that came with it.