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

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I see. I didn't know that it was Acros. I don't have a Baby anymore. Sold it when I couldn't get Ektachrome in 127 format anymore. The nice think with 127 chromes was that one could get frames for the that fitted in a 35mm slide projector.

    I do miss that camera though. It's very much smaller than its bigger brothers and there's something about that square format, particularly for half body portraits.
    Totally understand!

    I have 100 rolls of expired Ektachrome and waiting anxiously for the new Ektachrome, both in 35 and hopefully, one day, 120...

    I will get around to cutting the 120 down to 127 (46mm), roll my own and feeding it to the BR. A friend in the rangefinder forum is already doing that with Provia.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Jurgen,

    I have almost 100 rolls of fresh 127 film either ready to shoot or waiting to be delivered from Ilford in four weeks (bulk film that will be re-spoiled). The Ilford ULF program is amazing!

    It is cheap enough to buy a good Baby Rolleiflex and I develop my own black and white film. It is very satsfying, shooting, processing and scanning. I will most likely cut the 120 slide film down and roll a good bit of it this winter when the short days leave me bored anyway.

    Why not give a BR another whirl? Life is short!
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    Seen in Riga, Lettland.
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