I am doing some spring cleaning of camera gear that has been collecting dust on my shelf. I have not had the chance to even use this camera, even though I've had it over a year. I have other medium format cameras, which is why I'm selling this and a few other vintage cameras. This is a vintage 1935-1945 (not exactly sure of date) Zeiss Ikon Medium Format Folding Camera that takes 120 film. The aspect ratio is 6x9. I originally bought it for around $250 from Camera Traders. You can also buy medium format 120 film from Camera Traders, Kerrisdale or Prism Imaging in YYJ. I have never shot a roll with it, but for functionality, Camera Traders will only sell cameras that are in working order. It would also make a nice collector's item for someone. Since this is a very old rangefinder camera, you will need to focus by measuring the distance - hence, it's a more affordable camera. Everything else is manual also (as you would expect from something of this age).