Florence 2017: Three Weeks, Nine Cameras, Twenty Four Rolls of Film. This is camera nine, roll 1/4. Here I take you to my favorite museum, Il Museo Novecento, the museum of Italian twentieth century modern art. It isn't one of the more popular museums, which is a welcome respite from the usual hordes of tourist. I debuted my newly acquired Minox 35 GT, legendary for its long exposure capability, which I didn't really test. But with an f2.8 lens and ISO 400 film I was able to get some nice hand-held exposures without flash ("Sansa Flash" which is de rigueur at most museums, and no tripods of course). I home processed in Cine Still C41. I'm sorry not to note the name of all the artists - available upon request. Photos taken with permission of the museum - they want you to come visit!