I've been thinking about some subject matter for 8 x10 black and white work using the Cambo SC monorail. These are difficult to use outside the studio, as they are bulky and heavy. Mine has a large monorail that does not collapse, and this makes it difficult to carry in the field. It is just not possible to carry this camera and the heavy duty LInhof tripod very far.
Many large format photographers address this problem by buying an 8x10 field camera that can be folded up in a back pack. I cannot afford a new one of these, and there are few second hand ones in Australia. I've chosen the easy access by car option---that is, keep the monorail, drive to a spot, unload the camera and then set it up.
I did this picture of a Xanthorrhoea (a yakka bush) as part of a roadside scoping study that I was doing with a 6x6 camera just before I left for the Tasmanian phototrip in March. The picture works. Finally, I have something that I can work with and, being roadside vegetation, it is accessible by car.