I'm restoring an 8x10 Century studio camera. The big wooden kind with movements only on the back. I don't have the wood table/cart it is supposed to sit on so, if anyone has a tip where to find one, let me know. Ok, I have a bunch of barrel lenses but am wondering which one(s) to keep for this camera. I have a 15" Apo-Raptar f9, a 15" Paragon Process f9 (lots of fine cleaning scratches), A trio of Staeble lenses (150/210/300) taken from a huge machine I bought at a printing company, a NuArc JML 12" f10 Process, a Taylor Hobson 8-1/4" f4.5 1:1 copy lens, and a Kodak Anastigmat 21-1/4" f11. By the way, the shutter is a big Packard barn-door. I'm thinking the Apo-Raptar and the Staebels. The only use I intend is portraits and, maybe, limited landscapes or street scenes of buildings (I'll accomplish the "rise" by putting the camera on the roof of the car).