Hello all, I really enjoy reading other's posts on various camera models and seeing examples of the photos taken with them, so here's my first contribution. Some info on the Bencini Koroll 24-S: Approx year of production, 1950. Made in Milan, Italy. Sold by Boots the Chemist (in the UK?). Film: 3 x 4.5cm on 120 film (half-frame), giving 24 pics per roll. From what I've read on the internet it has a 50mm lens (not marked on the actual lens) though it seems longer than that. It has two apertures, f9 and f16, and shutter speeds 1/50 sec and B. The focus appears to be stuck on 14 feet! The following photos are from the first roll I put through the camera, after obtaining it last month. They were all taken at our local 'community village' - the historic buildings have been preserved and are currently being used by a variety of community organisations. I was really pleased with the outcome, and look forward to using the Koroll regularly. Firstly a photo of the camera itself.