Some years ago I purchased an old Voigtlander Bessa folding camera. It shoots 120 film and produces 6x9 negatives. It was in very nice condition given its age. (Serial number suggests 1938.) Even its bellows were supple and light-tight. I've shot a few rolls with it. I made this image on one of my first excursions with the camera. It's from the beach at Seal Beach, California, looking toward Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles, which you can see on the horizon. Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal.