Last year I bought a Welta Weltax from a friend in the Ukraine. The first test roll wasn't pretty. The camera had a weird focus issue and the shutter was ...erratic. So last month I took the Compur-S shutter apart to have a look. With some help from some knowledgeable folk I figured out what was wrong with it and after bending a certain part into shape everything seemed to work fine. While working on the shutter I saw that one part of the struts that hold it in position was hanging limply at the side. A guide pin jumped out of the track in the part. A couple of seconds with a some pliers fixed that right up. And then the Welta disappeared on the shelf for a while, until I got some new 120 format film. So last weekend I loaded it up with some Fomapan 100 Classic and took it with me on a trip to the antique market in the Fortress city of Heusden. I used the 4.5x6cm frame mask for this roll. The lens on the Weltax is an uncoated Schneider-Kreuznach 7.5cm f/2.8 Xenar. The Weltax (on the left) with my Wirgin Edinex I (and Kodak Signet 35) when it arrived from the Ukraine all those months ago. 1. One of the little harbors of the city on the Maas river 2. One of the 3 windmills, viewed from the 'volkstuin'. 3. Shady dog 4. Brocante & Antique Market 5. Spot the bit of militaria 6. View from the backyard 7. My nephew testing his new teeth Bit of glow and slightly low contrast, but that's to be expected from an uncoated lens.