Just seen a really good 30-minute program on BBC4 about the photographer, Tom Wood. It is part of a series called, "What Do Artists Do All Day" - which is a good question! Anyway, Tom was born in Ireland, but his family moved to England when he was three. He became a fairly famous photographer of people in Liverpool and elsewhere. But this program featured him returning to Ireland. Half the film had him wandering around cattle shows, and old shops, with what looked like a Fuji X100, but I might be wrong as he didn't keep it still for more than a second. I had to laugh at him taking shots out of buses, something I've been known to do... Anyway, at one point he was seen doing some landscape work, with a camera I'd never heard of let alone seen: a Noblex - a big panorama monster. There is a BBC feature page (no film) about him HERE. The Noblex is a 120mm format camera, with a pin-sharp Tessar lens. Quite expensive in the UK. All the ones on eBay are over a thousand pounds, but the USA ebay has them a lot cheaper. Not that I'm looking to buy at all. Just wondered if someone here has one?