My version is the early metal body with Skopar 75mm with Compur F/4.5 300 max. speed shutter as seen in photo. My question is regarding frame spacing. I Have shot two rolls (Arista/Foma 100 and Rollei Digibas CN200). Both rolls produced frame spacing of 8 frames per roll. I cut equal size strips for scanning for 4 film strips total. So I have a gap between each two frames per strip and the frames are on the outside edge of the individual film strip. I use the film frame counter window on the back to count and position my frames, but somehow I am losing 4 frames per roll since I should be getting 12 total on this 6x6 format camera. There is no film winder/advance frame stop. I am just using the numbers on the film backing through the window, I have consistently spaced frames, I just have that gap between every pairing of two frames What am I missing here, any advice? PS: I may have discovered an answer. I normally shoot my Hassy and Rollei in 6x6 and rely on their respective frame counters. On the Brilliant I do not recall if I used the back window after loading or relied on the side window frame counter. I just discovered there is a small button on the same side and in line with the frame counter window that when I slid forward mechanically released/reset the counter to number "1". Anyone familiar with this mechanism? This camera is new to me. Thank you!