Some time ago I bought a couple of Meyer Domiplan lenses from a seller in UK Ebay. One of them had a malfunctioning diaphragm. I messaged the seller and asked him if he had any spare parts for this lens that I could use and repair. He was prompt in response, “Oh you do repair things! I will send you a Praktica LLC…see if you can repair and use it”. Thus the camera came in as a gift. The shutter leverage and the film advance ratchet were broken. I sent the camera to Mr.Yazdhani at Kamera Werke in Calcutta. He made new spare parts in his shop and fixed the camera. I received it yesterday. Took this out for test shots in Sunshine morning today. Used the same Domiplan lens that I got from the seller. I had repaired it at home with a fixed aperture f/11. Had posted a thread earlier on this. Here are some samples. All shot at 1/250 or 1/500 sec on Lucky 125 ASA film. Looks like they may have improved the film, since my last batch. It seems to have a lot more latitude.