Hi all, I've been tied up in college, not posting much, and not shooting much film due to lack of time and money. But a friend is interested in trying 35mm film photography, learning the basics of shutter and aperture and light, so I offered my Argus C3 as a loan. It had an old roll of film in it for a year or two, so I finished that off, and then ran a fresh roll to make sure everything worked OK. I just wanted to be sure because this Argus is one I bought at a garage sale for way too much money ($10), and it had fungus. Once you're into a camera for that much money, you hate to lose the investment ... So I'd disassembled and cleaned the lens, and caught it in time - no eching due to fungus. Than I pulled the front cover and cleaned and lubed the shutter mechanism, per directions online. Results below. I'm assuming the odd color casts on the first photo are due to the color negative film sitting in the camera for a year. Or was it two?