OK, let's get this corner of the forums going. I posted one of my cameras, now I will post some more. Please post photos of your vintage equipment, with information. It will help us know old equipment better. 5x7 Gundlach Korona View with 7 1/2" f4.5 Wollensak Raptar on an Alphax Synchromatic shutter, and modified lensboard adding front tilt and swing (my design). The camera has rear tilt and swing, front rise and fall, detachable rear extension and rotating back. Fabric bellows extend to 24". Very rigid and easy to work with, although a bit cumbersome due to it's hefty proportions and detachable rear rail. Carl Zeiss Jena Universal Palmos, originally 9x12, converted to 4x5 with the addition of a Graphic View I back. This is the same as seen in my other post in this section of the APUG forums. Has Newton viewfinder mounted. Drop bed with front rise, fall and tilt and rotating back. Lens is a 13.5 cm Dominar Anastigmat, f4.5 on a Zeiss Ikon Compur dial-set shutter. Leather bellows with 12" extension approximately. The serial number puts this camera as a 1903 camera, the first year of production. Very heavy all-steel and ebony construction, not a backpackers camera, although it can take a lot of punishment. Dog collar handle. Half Plate, English style Asanuma & Co. King No. 1, probably made by Tanakaichi, the predecessor of Nagaoka. This information I found from APUG members in this forum. The camera is probably from the WWII period, as it is not as ornate as Tanakaichis I have seen, and has brass hardware instead of nickel plated hardware, with some knobs being plated. Very light at 3.5 lb. Triple extension (front and rear geared, middle friction) and drop bed with front rise and fall. It also has rear tilt and swing and rotating back. Takes bookform holders. I plan on building a 4x5 and a 5x7 back for it. Lens is for display and is a 127mm Kodak Ektar f4.7 barely covering 4x5 adequately on a Graphic Supermatic (X) shutter. It will be upgraded as the camera is made functional. Tripod mount is a #2 Crown, so an adapter for a modern tripod will also have to be built. The leather bellows extends 18". Dog collar handle (original broke first day of ownership). Now show me yours, or I'll start posting my TLRs!