The Kodak holders I use have a frame that leans out to fit the film sheet under and then this pushes down to hold the film in place. You don't have to slide the sheet in
like European holders, it is a little tricky but with practice quite straight forward. I also like that the contact prints I make have a clean border, no film notch 9x12cm may seem small for contacts
but they are jewel-like in their intensity. Have fun with your camera.
Yes I have a few right here, but I can't share them because my scanner is <cough> needing an ink refill. Imagine! I found I had to go about 40-50 magenta on the color head of the Omega D5XL for the perfect, rich and saturated yet crisp look. I'll share when I get these scanned. Have fun with your camera too! I am already loving my Voigtlander
I love the wilderness and I love my trail cameras, all Fuji's! :) GA645, GW690 III, and the X100 which I think is the best trail camera ever invented (to date).