I was wondering what some of the cameras were that people used here. Have anything interesting that you use that isn't a modern SLR? Argus C3, "The Brick" - I had a couple of these, but didn't use them much. I bought them mainly because I like funky cameras and I wanted to see what they were like. I donated them to the local community darkroom for their yearly yardsale. I wish I had kept one now, even if it was just to sit on my shelf. They aren't kidding when they call them "the brick". Damn, they're heavy! The ubiquitous Holga - Mine doesn't have the flash. Uses roll film. Costs about $15. One shutter speed, two apertures (sorta), take-a-stab-at-it focusing, no double-exposure prevention, manual film winding, light leaks, abberations, vignetting... and people love them. My favorite of the oddballs, the Agfa Clack - Beautiful creamy images. Definitely not sharp, but a very different feel from the Holga. 6x9 exposures. One fixed shutter speed plus "bulb". One aperture. Has a flip down plastic lens for close up shots, and another that's a built-in yellow filter! Hand wind and no double exposure protection, like the Holga, but no vignetting or light leaks. Got mine from eBay, where they occasionally appear. My first had the inner workings of the manual advance knob disintergrate on me, so I picked up another one. Love this camera! I wish I had a better way to scan medium format.