I've just had a parcel from Mike Walker containing a couple of lens board adaptors: one to allow Linhof/Wista panels to be used on a Canham DLC camera, and one to allow Linhof/Wista boards to be used on a Sinar panel camera. The first will mean that I won't have to swap lens panels to go between the Canham and Walker cameras, and the latter will mean I can use my existing lenses on the Intrepid 10x8 (which Gemma has told me is ready for collection). Addtionally in the parcel were a couple of 10x8 Fidelity film holders and a spare Sinar panel; I have a 10x8 lens not on a board, so I can now attend to that. I week or so ago I bought from Clock Tower Cameras what I think that nice Mr Cameron would describe as the UKIP finder for a Canon F1. Canon call it the sports finder (I think). I t has a very large eyepiece that can be used at a distance from the eye, but crucially it swivels round so it either faces you normally as you use the camera at eye level, or can double as a waist level finder. The "swivel eyed" description inevitably made me think of Mr Cameron's description of those who took a different viewpoint to him.