My first experiments shooting with a Fuji medium format rangefinder (a GW690ii) in Iceland led to very satisfactory results. During the rest of the summer and autumn I shot a few more rolls, which I’ve only now gotten around to processing and scanning (such are the trials of film!). I’m afraid the laboratory work this time around has not been a total success… I was delighted (and surprised!) to find that my local camera shop could process B&W 220 film overnight, but less pleased with the results. The actual processing seems OK (there’s a light leak on one frame that may be my fault), but the advertised “high resolution” scans are mostly junk. It will take a while to find a more robust scanning solution and see what the real quality of the images is, but for now here are a few frames that the lab didn’t mangle too badly!