In keeping with my fascination for shiny objects, here's today's.
This is a Voigtlander Bessa, possibly a pre-war model. Here's a link to Photo Utopia for more information, and some much better photos. This one came from a garage sale. It takes 120 roll film. Apparently it had a filter or lens cover on a hinge in front of the lens at one time, but it's long gone.
Yep, great big negatives! Unfortunately, the shutter quit on this one. I managed a few shots with it before that happened and was impressed with the quality. Sure, you have to guess at the range, but in sunlight it's possible to stop down and use the hyperfocal distance scale atop the camera.
This could probably use new seals, and I'll eventually get the shutter fixed. It's nice to have a medium format camera that folds up to fit in a pocket! This one is simple and rugged.