Hello everybody. It has been ages since I've had time to post here, as college has drowned out most of my opertunities for pursuing photography, which is one among my many hobbies. Anyway I'm hoping to get into photography around campus. Further, I always liked old cameras and particularly composing shots with cameras that have minimal features, like my old Polaroid SuperShooter packfilm camera. So, to drag around campus, I just recently grabbed a Spartus Full Vue box camera off of Ebay for about 16 bucks after shipping. The camera is supposed to work and includes a flash, bulbs and literature. The seller was reputable and the pictures looked in order. So, does anybody have any words of wisdom for somebody pretty new to old box type TLR cameras? I've been reading as much as I can about these things, but as nearly as I can tell, I can use standard 120 film in it. It was a basic point and shoot type camera in its time, so not a lot of adjustments to worry about. I read in an advertisment that the lenses are ground glass, although they are supposedly melted into the plastic body. Looks like most of them have some kind of unique light-leaks, which might give the photos that lomographic feel... So any advice, either specifically to the Spartus Full Vue camera, or on using very old cameras in general? This model dates somewhere between about 1948 and 1960. Your general thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!