PS - obviously my Ebony is a folder. The nonfolding ones are prized by certain architectural photographers and will take wider lenses, while giving up longer focal lengths unless you add an
extender back. If you are working all the extremes, something like the metal Sinar monorail system
is more convenient because you can configure it with all kinds of rail lengths and different kinds of
bellows; but the kit is generally quite a bit bulkier than in either a collapsing or folding Ebony wood
camera of the same format. There are plenty of nice cameras out there worth owning. But Ebony
just might be the best of the wooden ones.