The lens I am using is a Wollensack 135 mm f/4,7, in a selfmade lensboard. This lens are very good but I didn'y succeed yet to get the image totally sharp. The lens for horseman need a foccusing cam to let you use the range finder, but this one hasn't and at ebay they sell these small pieces of iron for a lot of money. Someday I build one myself.
So, before going outside, I lost a certain time to find the right position for the focus at infinity. I failed a little, the images could be better.
The horseman takes 10 pics with a 120 film loaded in the back, it may also use film sheets with the right holders.
I used this time my last developer, Caffenol Super Strong (CSS), with splendid results. No fog and no spots and very little grain too. Definitly the spots were a problem with the fixer of ammonium thiosulfate. This time I used sodium thiosulfate and the negatives are completely nice.
|A hill of houses|
|Small expensive bridge|
|Along the river Lis|