All, It's always rewarding to see an iconic photo from a historical expedition, and then know that you've used/worked on/seen the type of camera it was captured with. [Or need to buy one ]. Would the group provide feedback on known examples? For example; Sir Edmund Hillary photographed Tenzig Norgay atop Everest on their first ascent with a Kodak Retina Type 118. Hiram Bingham photographed Machu Picchu with a Kodak 3A Special upon initial discovery and Kodak Panoramics specifically requested from George Eastman on subsequent extra expeditions. John Glenn took an Ansco Autoset on his first orbital space flight which he had personally purchased from a Cocoa Beach drugstore. 9 out of 10 official photos from Admiral Byrd's polar expedition were taken with Graflexes including the Model D. Thor Heyerdahl took a Leica Screwmount on the Kon-Tiki voyage although I can't find which model. It had slow speeds. Maybe things like Dorothea Lange using a model D as well, but not so much things like "Ansel used LF/Hasselblad" or "Weegee used a B&J." Thanks in advance.