Howdy! Next week I'm off to Indonesia. I'll be spending the next 6 months on a tiny Island North of Lombok - a place I have been many, many times before. Each year I take loads of pictures - most of which are somewhat the same as the year before. Not necessarily in a bad way, but anyway. So, I got myself a Rolliflex 3,5 this summer, my first film camera actually. I've shot 4 rolls so far and the results has been amazing. It's generally a bad idea I suppose but it could be so worth it, the light down there is just incredible. This format is a completely different way of seeing the world - and my island! Now, should despite the risk of exposing such a beautiful camera to extreme humidity and heat still be something to consider? These are the last days to order some film in that case. I wasn't supposed to go in here and ask, but I gotta decide but can't. I got a few Rolleinars, hood, trigger and general camera equipment to work it with too. Thank's a bunch folks!