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    Polaroid Spectra SE Onyx
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    Old Technika with a Tessar from 1920. Sheetfilm Spürsinn H25 in size 6,5x9cm (ISO25).


    Picture from the film just out wet from the developer tank ;-)

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    Scala 200 at 800. Scanned on Nikon Coolscan 9000. Nikonos. Great camera but can be hit or miss.

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    One more from the Technika with old Tessar. Spursinn H25 developed in 1+50 Rodinal



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    Waiting on the bench



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    La lavandičre, France, 1961; Kodachrome I, Zeiss Ikon Contina I. The transparency is faded, this is the best I can make of it.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    The windows of the old house. Street Sports Building 3 in Miass, presumably built in 1835, is currently under reconstruction. Perhaps these photos latest in its historical form. Photos taken with the camera "Drug" and "Zorkiy" lens "Yupiter3" and "Jupiter 12". Film FN64 2004, developer PQ glicol.
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    Nikon F6, 50mm/f1.4, Acros 100, Rodinal 1:50, X1 scan:



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    Pentax 645n, 45mm/f2.8, Pan F, TMax developer, X1 scans:









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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Sorry, just realised this is the 'something other than an M' thread! I'll repost it in the Leica M thread.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    These cheap films aren't all bad!
    If we only could have these emulsions in 120 format as well and for a nice price. I would like to have
    120 versions of Kodak Gold, Fuji Superia 200 or C200. Where is my Reala 100 Fuji ?
    And I can only dream of cheap color negative film for 4x5 large format. That would make my day.

    What can Ferrania do ? I have my ears and eyes open for Ferrania.

    The Hasselblad X1 is a very good scanner.
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    FILM Ferrania

    Please give me cheap and big film.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Yay... more film fun for me on the SL66:





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    Keep them coming, David - it gets lonely in here!

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Thanks, Chris I'm only able to shoot a few rolls every 2 months or so because of the commitment required to shoot with the SL66 (size, weight, film cost). I shot these couple of rolls to test out the light meter app I've written for google glass, which is now released officially in the glassware page. It really takes away the biggest headache I have with shooting with the SL66.





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    A light meter app for Google Glass? Wow. You're making me feel old!

    Seriously - well done!

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    I was reading about that light meter app for Google glass. Tempting for when I use either my 903SWC or Arcbody not having to carry a light meter.
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    Pentax 645n, 45mm/f2.8, Portra 400, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:











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    A few from my trip to Sydney last week. Really hot Sunday afternoon. Nikon F6 + Zeiss 15 2.8 + Ektar 100
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    645n, Portra 400:









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    Fuji GA645Pro, Fujicolor Pro400H, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:







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    I think I prefer the fuji colors more than portra!
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    The Fuji is certainly easier to scan than Portra, which in turn is far easier than Ektar and the cheap films I've been playing with (Kodak Ultramax and Fuji Superia).

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    I have the same combo- portra and X1- haven't shot fuji in a long time. When you say easier to scan you are referring to color? I don't have too much trouble with the portra 160 or 400 but I get contacts made so I have a reference. Wondering how you see it being easier- maybe I should shoot a roll.

    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    The Fuji is certainly easier to scan than Portra, which in turn is far easier than Ektar and the cheap films I've been playing with (Kodak Ultramax and Fuji Superia).

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    I'm using the Flexcolor software that comes with the X1. It's been years since Hasselblad updated the film settings that get you approximately right, and there isn't one for 'new' Portra, so I have to do it by eyeball. I believe it's possible to shoot a MacBeth chart with a certain film, then scan a color target, then make the film match the scan of the target and save that as a preset. I'm learning as I go along and haven't got around to doing that as yet. Anyway, it seems to me that there are fewer adjustments to make to the scans with the Fuji to get the colour right - there is less of a blue cast as the film base is less orange than the Kodak.

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    Fuji GA645 Pro, Fujicolor Pro400H, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:











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    Pentax 645n, 45mm/f2.8, Fujicolor Pro400H, Unicolor presskit, Hasselblad X1:



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    I think that November must qualify as grayscale month. On this gray, cold wet November day I dug out an old roll of Acros 100 and took some test shots using the TFC69A and Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 45mm f/4.5. Processed the film in equally old R09 and scanned the negs with the LS9000.

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    This is a Nikon FE and 50mm F1.4 which belonged to my late father-in-law who passed away recently. His wife passed me his old camera and I sent the whole set in for CLA and this is my first roll of film through it. Bought an expired film to just get familiarised with shooting film.

    The subject is the daughter (my wife) of my late father-in-law.

    Nikon FE, 50 F1.4, Kodak ColorPlus200 expired March 2014.


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    Nikon FE, 50mm 1.4, Kodak ColorPlus 200.


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    Pentax 645n, 45mm/f2.8, Fuji Pro 400H, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:





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    Pentax 645n, 75mm/f2.8, Fuji Pro 400H, Unicolor presskit, Hasselblad X1, second picture converted to B&W in Lightroom:

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    still shooting with SL66, just not very often



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    My film photography experience started with Pentax67 just recently after shooting with a DSLR for 7 years. I can't say I have nostalgic moments about shooting film, but when I look at my favorite digital shots, I wish I had a film MF camera earlier.

    This is from my test shots, getting acquainted with Portra 800:



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    That black stripe is back! I think it only shows when I'm shooting in a very bright scene.



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    Hasselblad 500 with 150mm. Shanghai GP3 film.



    Mamiya C33 with 55mm. Shanghai GP3 film.



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    I'm trying film again. This time, rather than buying an M, I got an inexpensive Contax 139 body to go with a C/Y Distagon I use with my mirrorless cameras.

    I tried stand development. Tri-X 1600 in Rodinal 1:100 for one hour. Not particularly pleased with the outcome, but thought I'd share one anyway.

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    I am not sure why anyone wants to do stand development. You just exhaust the developer faster in the highlights resulting in lower contrast. Uneven development is also a problem. There is a reason for agitation.

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    iPhone 4S, Impossible Instant Lab

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    iPhone 4S + Impossible Instant Lab

    enjoy!

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    Polaroid Spectra SE Onyx + Close-up Lens
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    Scanned with the Impossible app and iPad mini

    I had a couple of shots left from my last pre-release pack of Impossible Spectra B&W film. I decided to use them up today because these pre-release films have caused some problems with the Spectra cameras—I think the batteries were poor quality because the Spectra had problems rolling them through the processor stage.

    Anyway, I shot this close up (using the lens attachment) of my colleague's office decoration: a "Ken & Barbie with Dune Buggy" that graces the cabinet shelf between our offices. I couldn't get up high enough to get my eye behind the viewfinder, so I just guessed at the framing ... This is full frame. Lucky!

    Enjoy!

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    I've been dull the last couple of weeks, and so has the weather, but today I stirred my stumps and got out for a few minutes with the 645N. All with 75mm/f2.8, FujiPro 400H, Unicolor presskit and X1 scans.







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    I walked again today, but it was really dull and overcast.
    Pentax 645N, FA-45mm/f2.8, HP5+ @ 640, Diafine, Hasselblad X1 scans:











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    Out with the Hasselblad 500c today, 80/f2.8, XP2 @200, Rodinal 1:100 for one hour, X1 scans:

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    The young physicist is home for Xmas, full of talk of electrodynamic tethers and Spindt Arrays:


    Hasselblad 500c, Songar 150/f4.0, HP5+, HC-110 (B), X1 scan.

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    Rolleiflex 2.8GX, XP2 @200, Rodinal stand, X1 scans:











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