Today I went to my local antique shop (to me, the wierdo old guy with all the cameras ) and he just got in 4 cameras- A six-20 brownie box camera, Polaroid 250 (with box and intruction manual :mrgreen a kodak brownie 8mm movie camera and a spanish Kodak Brownie Chiquita (with box in amazing condition and the instructions to a brownie bullet...dont know why it has a different cameras instructions, but whatever)\ (heres the entire story, if you dont feel like reading skip to the paragraph after) After purchasing everything for 20 bucks, I happily walked out with a big box full of cameras! I was playing with the six-20 box camera, screwing around not thinking anything of anything, I tried opening it, the crank was hard to turn. I though CRAP! I just wasted my money on a rusty old camera. So I kept trying to open it, possibly salvage it, or put some lube on it, It just stoppend being hard, my sisters friend has the same one, and when I got home I compared it (I was just getting home as I started playing with this one) to becky's, the cameras weighed different!!! OMG I did a little happy dance and opened it up and just as my dad suspected, there was "something" in it! I pulled out the roll of film and thought "holy macaroni this is cool!" So I might have lost a picture or two, not realizing there was a rol of film in it..but i have a roll of exposed film. There was a roll of exposed 620 film in the camera, (the film says so! how handy dandy!) It took 5 or 6 turns of the wheel to get it to free up, (I had no idea it was in there, I thought it was just a rusty peice of crap) Does anyone know where I can cheaply get it devoloped, ive found the rocky mountain film lab, ( C22 Color Print Film Processing ) but they charge 42.50 to devolop it and ship it back. The roll of film I have, is the first listed (Kodacolor-X) and I have no idea how old the roll is, but since the page says the C-22 Process (the process the roll suggests) is pre '77, im assuming its quite old. In the meantime, how should I store it? I read on one site to put it in the fridge, but it has the phrase "to avoid condensation on it....and I dont want ANY chance of condensation on my film.