Hi, I’m new here. I won’t bore you all, I hope. I’ve been working with cameras, alternative processes and printing press cameras since the late mid-70s. And there have been equal years in various graphic arts cameras. You know the two room setup with the camera in one room and the bed of the camera/darkroom in the second room? Yeah, I lived in the ‘cave’ forever. But you can’t imagine all the times I enjoyed the process camera, much like an oversized view camera, with a 32-inch bed. The monster negatives were fun to make. I know a lot about the ancient and alternative processes. I’ve got about 80 vintage cameras from the early 1900s to a couple of digital ones. I’ve got Diana cameras, a Rolleiflex TLR, a SpeedGraflex and a Conley 4x5 (technically it is a glass plate camera.) There are two Kodak Retina cameras and a cute as a bug Kodak Signet 35 camera. I’ve got a couple of spot meters and quite a few handheld meters. And there is the weird one I made that you see, at least temporarily, under my name, my dirt cheap 4x5 “Wondra-view” view camera with the film holder being the most expensive part. Weird, huh? Yeah, I need to airbrush it and make it look legitimate. After all these years I’m still learning. Anybody here remember the Diana camera? Did I bore you yet? Hi, everyone.