I took the Six-20 Brownie Junior on my October walk at Odiorne Point. I exposed a roll of Ilford FP4 and a roll of Portra 160. The first thing I noticed is that the finders had become fogged virtually to the point of uselessness. The landscape one was almost workable, but framing was still largely an exercise in pointing and hoping.
The day was overcast; I never used the second aperture. As the camera is fixed-focus, there doesn't seem much point anyway.
The results had very soft focus, lending an antique aura to otherwise modern photos.
The black & white images are home developed in Rodinal 1+100 for 60 minutes stand. It was probably the first roll of film through the Brownie in years, and it picked up a lot of dust. I still like the results.