A few years back, I decided to dip my toe into medium format, and I did so a cheap but nice TLR. It didn't end up all that well, since loading the camera was fiddly, loading the spirals was even worse and loading the scanner holders made me go half insane.
The film was Pan F, one of Ilfords few mistakes, and I swore never to shoot 120 again.
Fast forward to 2015, my sister just got married, everyone is drunk, and I happen upon my aunts husband (well, they´re not actually married, but whatever). He tells me he's got one of my grandfathers old cameras, and wants me to have it.
A few weeks ago, I started using it and last week the film was developed. Loading the camera went well, with more experience under the belt, loading the spirals was also manageable, but those damn Canon 9000f 120 holders...
Well, the camera was fun to use, although it lacked a rangefinder, so I bought a Super Ikonta. Since I was getting in to MF, I bought a Hasselblad as well........
So now I'm looking for a replacement for the holders.
I'm considering price, performance (flatness) and above all - sanity. A piece of equipment that makes me loose my temper is not worth it.
Looked at betterscanning, and there's Negative solutions and Lomo has a holder as well. What say you?