I want to add a small, cheap and lightweight 6x6 120 camera to my collection for occasional use, where my other cameras are to heavy, bulky or precious. First I thought about Holga but the whole concept put me off. The search now goes into the direction of 50s/60s cameras with collapsable lenses like Agfa Isola, Dacora Digna or something like that. What I´m looking for is: 1. a decent lens. At least a triplet. Aperture should be as fast as you can get with these cameras. No f8 achromats please. Having some kind of coating would be nice. 2. a shutter and aperture mechanism with a full range of speeds and apertures. Some of these cameras only have one shuttespeed + B and two aperture settings (f8 and f11). I want to be able to do half-way serious photography, so this would be a no-go. My preferred choice so far is the Dacora Digna with 80/2.9 Correlar, which has speeds of 1/200-1/25 and apertures from 2.9 down to 22, but I´m open to all suggestions!