Rumors of the death of film have been greatly exaggerated. This is my Kodak No. 3A Autographic Brownie folding camera. They were made by Kodak from 1916 until 1926 and shot Kodak 122 roll film which produced a postcard format negative that was 3¼" × 5½" in size. I've been told that it is possible to use current 120 roll film, re-rolled onto a 122 film spool but I have not tried that yet. The original list price on the camera was $18 which was a princely amount for 1916. I purchased this one at an outdoor flea market in Kutztown, PA during the Summer of 2013.
Camera: Calumet 45NX 4x5 large format monorail view camera.
Lens: Rodenstock Geronar 150mm F6.3 lens in a Copal 0 shutter.
Film: Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Negative Film, shot at 200 ISO.
Exposure: 1/60th second @ F32.
Lighting: Alien Bees B800 studio strobe @ 3/4 power in 22" soft white beauty dish with diffusion sock, positioned above and slightly in front of camera position. A second B800 @ 1/4 power just to camera right in a QBox-24 softbox to give a little more front fill. A 30" silver reflector on reflector stand positioned to camera left to bounce some light back onto the subject. Strobes triggered with PocketWizard Plus II radio triggers.
Development: Self Developed in Kodak Xtol 1+2 dilution in Paterson Universal Tank using the Taco Method. 13 minutes @ 20 degrees Celsius. Tap water stop bath. Ilford Rapid Fixer. Photo-Flo rinse.
Scanning: Negative scanned with Epson V600 in two scans and merged back together in PhotoShop since the V600 doesn't natively support 4x5 scans in one pass.