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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Some lovely photos in this thread! Thank you all for posting.

    There's a Medium Format/Hasselblad meetup in San Francisco today that I'm attending. I know it's centered mostly around the X1D and (maybe!) a preview of the 907x, but in honor of it I've pulled out the Hasselblad 500CM, loaded a film back, and fitted the Distagon 50mm f/4 lens that I've barely used. It's a beefy machine, but the Wotancraft Easy Rider fits it nicely and makes it easy to walk about with.


    So I'll head up to SF a little early and see what I can see with it. Not carrying any additional film, so just one set of 12 exposures will be the brief from this outing, if I get that many...

    onwards!
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    One camera, one film If you are in the mood to photograph your Hassy in its Rider, I would greatly appreciate that. Was more than once on the fence of getting an Easy Rider from WC, but never actually made it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    One thing nice about the Hasselblad 203FE is that one can use "strange lens". The Petzvar / Petzval lens is pretty cool - it does not cover the format at 10 feet or beyond (vignettes like crazy), but is a a fun toy and killer for certain portrait look. Sort of making a Hassy like a better Holga ;-)
    I sold my 203FE together with the splendid PME 51 and the 110/2 Planar for nothing, the most stupid thing I have done..kept the 50FE/2.8 distagon, a wonderfull lens...(but no camera to put it on..)..so if anyone got such a package to part with, for a tiny bit more than nothing...I guess one can not put an 50/2.8FE on a X1DII? (perhaps this https://www.hasselblad.com/press/pre...-lens-adapter/ ???) abd then it turn to non-wide lens I guess.
    Godfrey have you still got the link to where I can calculate the focal equivalence to 35format of the 203FE+50FE ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Some lovely photos in this thread! Thank you all for posting.

    There's a Medium Format/Hasselblad meetup in San Francisco today that I'm attending. I know it's centered mostly around the X1D and (maybe!) a preview of the 907x, but in honor of it I've pulled out the Hasselblad 500CM, loaded a film back, and fitted the Distagon 50mm f/4 lens that I've barely used. It's a beefy machine, but the Wotancraft Easy Rider fits it nicely and makes it easy to walk about with.


    So I'll head up to SF a little early and see what I can see with it. Not carrying any additional film, so just one set of 12 exposures will be the brief from this outing, if I get that many...

    onwards!
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    Nice set up. I just bought a 500C/M with Sonnor 180 (have an 80 on the way too) and looking forward to using it. I also want a 50. My plan if budget allows (and it makes sense) is to one day pair it with the new digi back. But for now I'll enjoy shooting and scanning (thanks to you) film.

    Would love some opinions on the 907x if you get to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    I guess one can not put an 50/2.8FE on a X1DII? (perhaps this https://www.hasselblad.com/press/pre...-lens-adapter/ ???) abd then it turn to non-wide lens I guess.
    Godfrey have you still got the link to where I can calculate the focal equivalence to 35format of the 203FE+50FE ???
    Not Godfrey, but here is one calculator https://scantips.com/lights/fieldofview.html#top
    You have to write sensor width and height in landscape format or it counts nonsense.
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    Pentax 67, 300mm M*, scanned on a Nikon 9000. Along with the bad weather in the Northeast US, we get some marvelous clouds and light.
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    One shot from eighties. Pentax 6x7, 55mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimoK View Post
    One shot from eighties. Pentax 6x7, 55mm
    Really nice picture. Love the colors.
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    I generally shoot Street Art in cities I visit with one of my film cameras. Primarily either the Fuji GF670W or my Leica M6ti. This was the Fuji loaded with Fuji Pro400h. Was handy being a 400ASA film for this shot in a Motorway tunnel. PS, not sure why it rendered so dull?
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    Hasselblad EL/M, 150mm Zeiss CF Sonnar, Kodak TechnoPan 120 film, drum scan.

    Near Big Sur, California. From the cliffs above the ocean, this jogger ran through the scene and gave it scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon42 View Post
    One camera, one film If you are in the mood to photograph your Hassy in its Rider, I would greatly appreciate that. Was more than once on the fence of getting an Easy Rider from WC, but never actually made it.
    It's a very nice bag for this purpose, the camera as pictured above fit into it with room to spare. I also had a 12 oz bottle of drinking water in the main compartment, a bunch of little bits in the front pocket, and there was still plenty of stuff space ... I hadn't expanded the bag to its full capacity at all.



    Quote Originally Posted by gnuyork View Post
    Nice set up. I just bought a 500C/M with Sonnor 180 (have an 80 on the way too) and looking forward to using it. I also want a 50. My plan if budget allows (and it makes sense) is to one day pair it with the new digi back. But for now I'll enjoy shooting and scanning (thanks to you) film.

    Would love some opinions on the 907x if you get to see it.
    Sadly, they're not ready to show the 907x/CFV50cII camera yet so there were none there. But the fact that I can use the back interchangeably with the 500C/M body is one of the reasons that the 907x Special Edition is worth the expense to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by TimoK View Post
    Not Godfrey, but here is one calculator https://scantips.com/lights/fieldofview.html#top
    You have to write sensor width and height in landscape format or it counts nonsense.
    I used Rui Salgueiro's field-of-view calculator to develop my own field of view equivalence charts. I use the standard 6x6 setting for the Hassy 500CM, and custom format sets for square formats on the APS-C (16x16 mm), the 35mm (24x24 mm), and the 907x/CFV50cII (33x33 mm) to generate FoVs for all my lenses, then integrate the output with a spreadsheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    Hasselblad EL/M, 150mm Zeiss CF Sonnar, Kodak TechnoPan 120 film, drum scan.

    Near Big Sur, California. From the cliffs above the ocean, this jogger ran through the scene and gave it scale.
    Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    well, drove through the rain to Copenhagen center, Photografica, to collect a new famed Tamron 90 macro (SP f2.8 Di Macro 1:1 VC USD - all those letters),
    just to compare with the Zeiss Milvus 100 macro and the non-macro Nikkor Z50/1.8S,
    well, it did very well - seems an almost fair amount sharper than the Zeis, not 100% with the laid-back colours of the Zeiss but not that bad in both colours and contrast (more than Zeiss) but absolutely more gentle than the Nikkor 50S, more easy to handle.
    So that might be the best choise for now for scanning the Velvia 120 films for the web.
    (sorry for the dust - c1 running out of dust removal-capacity)
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    Hassy SWC Velvia 50 scannet with Nikon Z7 with Tamron 90/2.8 macro 1:1 VC USD through C1pro12.14[/CENTER]
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    Fuji GFX 50R 32-64mm lens ISO 400
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    Fuji GFX 50R 32-64mm lens ISO 400
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    SORRY! I posted in the wrong forum.....senior moment. Although I used medium format kodacolor film and made 16"x20" C prints in my home darkroom back in 1960, it would be a real trick to shoot film in a GFX 50R!
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    Very nice image nevertheless!

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    Sadly, they're not ready to show the 907x/CFV50cII camera yet so there were none there. But the fact that I can use the back interchangeably with the 500C/M body is one of the reasons that the 907x Special Edition is worth the expense to me.
    Bummer. I must admit, I'm very interested in the 907 set up... One of the reasons I just got the 500C/M is to eventually get the CFV back for it and have the best of both film and digital worlds. Plus, it's a very inspiring to look at set up. I shot my first few frames yesterday on the 500 and it was a treat.

    A 907 would be nice too for the smaller mirrorless set up. Is the special edition the all black one? If so, I'd prefer the chrome bling to match the 500

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    Dave mentioned Velvia at the beginning of this thread. This is a bright street art piece in CBD Brisbane shot on Fuji GF670w with Velvia 50. No better film for OTT street art.
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    Spotted Aspens, taken using a Horseman 617 Velvia 50 film.
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    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Kodak Portra:

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    Trees facing blowing snow. Pentax 645N, 45-85mm, Nikon 9000 scan. Provia (remember how blue it is in shadows?)
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    Absolutely gorgeous! Perfect grain!

    Delicious tones...

    Note: This image is a fine example why I am smitten with film images. When the magic happens, it is... well, magic!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    SORRY! I posted in the wrong forum.....senior moment. Although I used medium format kodacolor film and made 16"x20" C prints in my home darkroom back in 1960, it would be a real trick to shoot film in a GFX 50R!
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    No problem for me, lovely image regardless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnuyork View Post
    Bummer. I must admit, I'm very interested in the 907 set up... One of the reasons I just got the 500C/M is to eventually get the CFV back for it and have the best of both film and digital worlds. Plus, it's a very inspiring to look at set up. I shot my first few frames yesterday on the 500 and it was a treat.

    A 907 would be nice too for the smaller mirrorless set up. Is the special edition the all black one? If so, I'd prefer the chrome bling to match the 500
    The 907x Special Edition is finished in a color very close to the same satin, light black finish that the Apollo 11 camera used in the Command Module was (the one that returned to Earth). The back won't match my 500CM, but eh? That's a minor thing to me. My first 500CM was the 1979 10-year Apollo edition in black, and I used some of my chrome A12 back on it too.

    I'm a little sorry I let that one go, but my friend Andre still has it and still enjoys using it. What the heck? Share the joy!

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    Like Godfrey, I miss my Hasselblad V... but one does what one must, right?

    Hasselblad 503cxi:
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Like Godfrey, I miss my Hasselblad V... but one does what one must, right?

    Hasselblad 503cxi:
    As you know, Dave, that (specifically yours) is the first Hasselblad I ever put my hands on... and it's inspired me to get the 500 C/M that I have now (recently purchased too). One roll of film through it already (220 Velvia).
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    The SWC I have had in 26 years (1993)
    Some years later I bought a 203FE with PME wiever, a 50/2.8FE and the wonderful 110/2 FE. I sold the 203FE + the 110 for nothing some years ago, which I have bitterly regret since - but kept the 50/2.8 FE + some magasins.
    But 3 days ago I bought a 202FA house for 960$ by a airphotografer, 15.000 shots from his aircraft. New battery in - and its working perfectly! I'm thinking of getting a PME viewer again, while the viewing-angle is nice.
    I saw the pilot got a Hasselblad Flextight photoscanner (got a flextight precison II myself, didn't use it, handed it over the OneofManyCameras-store for nothing), I asked..and he offered to scan some pictures (15$ each) when he was grounded by rain. Hopefully there could be funny times to come...





    Hassy SWC and 202FA taken with Nikon Z7 with 50/1.8S at iso 4500 1/25(handheld) f8 through C1pro12.1.4



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    Milford Sound, NZ. 1980's. PKR copied with XF/150/120 Macro

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    Penha Building. Willemstad, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles.
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    Doug,

    That Mamiya produces some fine images! I must try one someday. Thank you so much for posting on this thread.

    It would be great to see more of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Milford Sound, NZ. 1980's. PKR copied with XF/150/120 Macro

    Bill,

    Thank you for the PM explanation of how that image came about and the PKR. Stunning!

    People think I am crazy because I love low light, bad weather, rain, dramatic conditions, etc. (and rightly so)... but this image was made in "perfect" conditions and the image was well-captured, twice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Doug,

    That Mamiya produces some fine images! I must try one someday. Thank you so much for posting on this thread.

    It would be great to see more of them!
    Yea wish I still had it. The level of detail rivals 4x5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Milford Sound, NZ. 1980's. PKR copied with XF/150/120 Macro

    definitely a sort of old South Pacific movie mood, which I saw as a teenager, dreaming
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    Fuji G617, Kodak Portra:

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    A recent test shot from a new-to-me Linhof Techno Rollex 6x12 film magazine.
    This is what my backyard looks like, the gorgeous St. Marks NWR.

    Hope everyone is well.

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    Linhof MT 3000 + Nikkor-W 210/5.6 + FP4 Plus + Pyrocat HD


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    A recent test shot from a new-to-me Linhof Techno Rollex 6x12 film magazine.
    This is what my backyard looks like, the gorgeous St. Marks NWR.

    Hope everyone is well.

    Kind regards,
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    edit: forget to add the negative was digitized using my Hasselblad Flexbody + 120 CFi + CFV-50c
    I sure could get used to that view form the back porch
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    Trees facing blowing snow. Pentax 645N, 45-85mm, Nikon 9000 scan. Provia (remember how blue it is in shadows?)

    I love the way the snow hit the trees to create that outline.

    And I love the way you captured it!


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    6x12 is one of my favorite formats.



    With a Horseman SW612. It is a remarkably small camera for the format size.
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    Have been going back to shooting film these couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Hendrix View Post
    I love the way the snow hit the trees to create that outline.

    And I love the way you captured it!


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    Thank you Steve. This photo was taken during the first lake effect storm of that season. Areas east of the Great Lakes can have these storms in early winter/late fall when westerly cold air passes over the relatively warm water of the lakes, collecting water vapor, later to reappear as snow. Winds of 20-40 mph are typical, resulting in snow traveling almost horizontally, hence the snow plastered to the trees in the image. Blue is the character of the light and Provia just accentuates.

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    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Kodak Portra:

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    Another from NZ. Hassy/PKR copied with XF/120 Macro

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    Taken over 20 years ago with Pentax 6x7 and 135mm macro lens. That time I had not seen tsjanik's beautiful picture
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    I looked through some images from last year and found this. I unfortunately sold that lens. Might have to buy another one. This was underexposed by one stop, so had to lift the shadows considerably.

    Mamiya 645 Pro with 80mm f/1.9 and HP5


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    I finally finished and processed the roll of Ilford HP5 I put in the Hasselblad 500CM last month. 10 exposures made with the Distagon 50mm f/4 T* and two exposures made with the Planar 80mm f/2.8 T*.

    Just WOW! Every time I shoot with this camera, I am delighted anew with the quality of the negatives it produces. The Zeiss lenses are just So Good!

    (I processed another roll of Minox film at the same time. Now that's an amusing thing to see next to one another ... The entire 36 shot roll of Minox film represents a negative area equal to about one Hasselblad V frame! )

    Whether there are any truly outstanding photos worthy of posting remains to be seen ... I am in the middle of my image processing system changeover and still learning how to get what I want with all new software and workflow. I need to scan the negs and get to work with On1 Photo RAW 2020, and my time has been pretty limited of late. But I'll get there... soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I finally finished and processed the roll of Ilford HP5 I put in the Hasselblad 500CM last month. 10 exposures made with the Distagon 50mm f/4 T* and two exposures made with the Planar 50mm f/2.8 T*.
    I think you mean 80mm f2.8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggibson View Post
    I think you mean 80mm f2.8?
    Indeed ... corrected.

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    Enjoyed using the Hassy system(s) with film and with digibacks making nice snaps like this one and processing my own B&W ...










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