Yes, indeed. I finally retrieved this box from my grandmother's house, I knew it existed for quite some time, and I finally got to pick it up. One of my Grandfathers was a photography enthusiast, and these appear to be his cameras. It includes a dismantled Zeiss Icon, a Ricohflex TLR, a Praktica FX2 (doesn't work quite well, I'm going to take it apart one of these days); a big camera by the name of "Braun Studio", with a 80mm Meyer-Görlitz lens, but also one that has been fascinating me the most: No model, it just says "Ihagee Dresden" on the back. It seems to be a large format camera: The coolest thing is that the camera is in a really good shape. The diaphragm runs smooth, as well as the shutter. Even the one second shutter time runs with a nice clockwork whizz. I guess these Compur things are really that good. compur, are you out there? Does anyone have information on this? When was it made? What about "Ihagee"? Never heard of it. And what kind of film does this take, I'm guessing single plates, eh? Are these still available? I somehow would love to use this. Experts, it's your turn. Thank you!