Yesterday I went thrift store shopping for old cameras. I managed to find an old Argoflex Seventy-Five from the '50s for $10. It's in very good condition, however film isn't made for it anymore, and I'm not ambitious enough to modify a modern medium format roll for it. After searching on Flickr for some examples, I found a unique technique called TTV (Through The Viewfinder) where you use a modern SLR and aim it at the viewfinder of the old Argo. I did a little experimenting tonight with it, but I'm sure it will get old fast.