&n bsp; Finally took out the Century Graphic that got prettied up a few week s back. Since I never posted up any samples shot with the camera I gave it a try this morning. It's n ot foggy here very often, overcast yes, but I've only been able to get out in the fog a couple times when its thic k. For us sissies here in So Cal it's been cold. There was actually ice on the deck of one of the boats I've been refitting quite a few days over the last couple weeks. Watching all the cars spinning around on the roads in Chic ago and elsewhere that the news was showing did not look good. Made me feel quite fortunate to be where I am and enjoy the earthquakes. The Century Graphic 23 was pr oduced as a lower cost entry level Graphic basedon the popular Pacemaker Crown and Speed Graphics.  ; The price sheet I have for 1953 shows the Century selling for $172 with the 101mm O ptar lens while the Crown 23 ran $214. If you wanted the Kalart coupled RF you added $37 and it came mounted and calibrated on new cameras. The Century was considerably less with the Grafta r 103mm Triplet lens at only $105. As I mentioned in the previous post about refurbishing this camera, it is in its original configuration. Having&n bsp;just been out testing out a couple other Crown 23's, and being very similar, I found the Centu ry to be quite comfortable to use and carry around.