Spent some of my lunch break at the ICP museum in New York -- rather nice to work so close by. In the museum shop I found a book titled "America by the Yard: Cirkut Camera: Images from the Early Twentieth Century" by Robert B. MacKay. I was intrigued. Came home and ordered the book online.
Did some research online and pawed through some of the older threads here on the topic. Seems like the last of the film is no longer being produced. Called Photo Warehouse (now named something else) and the guy swore someone still makes the film, though they no longer carry it.
Anyone still shooting these? If so, where do you get your film? Looks like a fascinating camera to try out...I was particularly impressed with how little distortion the images have. Looks as if the mechanics can sometimes be finicky...but that's gotta be half the fun of these things (taking them apart and cleaning / maintaining all the parts).
If anyone in the NYC area is still shooting one I'd love to see it in action!