My initial impression was over how massive this camera was. I really love how big the viewfinder/focusing screen is though. I'm also still getting used to the fact that it's not quite 'what you see is what you get' (a disadvantage of TLRs). For far distances, the difference in what I see in the viewfinder and what I get is negligible, but as I like close-up detail type shots, I will have to reframe to compensate for the parallax error. J tells me I need to compensate for the exposure too with close-up shots because the lens is "slower" for those. Oy!
Anyway, haphazardly shot through a test roll (used some Fuji Pro 400H) around the apartment. As it was a test roll, I scanned these myself and was reminded why I pay so much to get a lab to scan. I had some serious color issues, not to mention dust galore, despite cleaning in between each scan. Pain in the ass.
Looking forward to taking this out next time!