So sometimes when I'm bored I take my lenses and hold them next to the wall and project an image of my room on the wall. Do this with a 35mm lens (format, not focal length) and you realize how much coverage these lenses have that we don't use. Granted it's probably less well corrected in the outer reaches, but still, it would be cool to utilize it. One idea was to somehow mount it on a MF camera and record the whole image circle of 120 film. However, is there a MF camera out there that would have a short enough focal flange distance to achieve this? Me thinks not. What about modifying a SLR or rangefinder? One could cut out all baffles and either modify the winding distance or just shoot one shot w/ a lens cap on and wind it twice as far. You could get a panoramic format this way. I don't know; call it pointlesss, silly, fool hardy, daydreaming, wasting time at work, BUT I WANT TO DO IT! Or at the very least, see it.