I bought some 620 film from J&C Photo recently, and finally got a chance to test my Duaflex III. I was pretty sure that lens looked clean and the shutter sounded good - but you never know till you try it. I bought Tri-X 400. I took the camera along to my last arts festival. Here are some shots of my booth (nothing special!): Looking out over the children's play area from the back of my booth: Passed this old Dodge on the way back to the parking area and thought I'd try a close angle: I was pleasantly surprised at the lens quality - figured I'd have some fall-off in the edges in every frame. It's evident in some more than others, but not "Holga-like" as I expected. The frames are perfectly aligned on the film strip, so the film advance is spot on, too. Fun camera! I'll try the 100 ISO next. Thanks for looking.