This is only my second Cirkut picture ever. Click on the scans for a higher res. study. I made the image in bright sunlight today with a #10 Cirkut. I had one building that was going to be an issue with focus. Most of the focus was at about 85 ft. I used an 18" Cooke Series IX process lens and a #42 gear. I stopped down to f64 and ran the camera at 1/2 second. In the 1600 DPI capture, look at how the image is formed at the edge of the culvert, or at the crown of the gables in the old stone house. A smear of lines. Is this because of the very slow speed I used. It's like image smear but not quite. The 1600 DPI capture is a 3/4 inch wide by 1.75 inch long area of the total neg. full length about 2X2 at 600dpi .75X1.75 at 1200dpi Thanks for ideas. Maybe I should just try again at 1/10th sec. This 10 is a particularly good runner. A sweet old camera.