At a junk store recently I purchased a Kodak No. 1 Diomatic. All mechanisms work (though I'm not sure I trust the listed shutter speeds as, from looking into the back of the camera while open, it does not appear that 1/100 is significantly faster than 1/25). The camera takes 616 flim, and I'm willing to respool 120 film (with spacers) to get it to fit, but only if I think I might get results. Here's the problem: the bellows are dried out and there are light leaks up and down the seams. There is not a lot of leak, no spot a hole even the size of a pinhole, but there is light leaking through. I wonder whether if shot with slow film, say 25 ASA, I'm likely to notice the leaks or whether, in the alternative, there is a way to treat the bellows. Thanks in advance.