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>Old Thread >>3036234
>This is the Film General Thread: "Sunny Days" Edition.
>This is a place to post about anything film related. Processing, scanning, developing, gear, etc is all fair game. Let's fill this thread with images so please include an image with your post.
>Have fun! Remember, there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.
>Any post without an image attached should be ignored because the poster is obviously incompetent.
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>>3039534
No, mister marketer, no!
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>>3039534
>when he doesnt realise his precious a7 doesnt have real 42mp, and its actually 12mp in reality.
ooft
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>>3039531
I just spooled up a cassette of 16mm kodachrome 25 (expired in 1980) that a fellow anon sent for my Kiev 303m.

Anyone know of any good speed boosting developers? I have Ilford DD-X and D-76. Should I just stand develop with DD-X?
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>>3039534
B...b...but I don't enjoy using my Sony as much anon.

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film is for fuckin nerds lmao
t. fuckin nerd
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Why with my Minolta X-7A does shot 1 or 2 get messed up but then doesn't happen throughout the entirety of the roll? I've had the camera for nearly 2 years and haven't ever had any issues. It's in near mint condition. Any help would be great.

Also, I've checked the shutter speeds and it seems to be firing correctly. Maybe it's something with the electronics or the way I'm loading the film? That still wouldn't explain why the first shot or two come out fine. Also, batteries are brand new.
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>>3039531
I'm pretty new to photography but I always liked it and I want to get into shooting black and white film, maybe some low light cityscape type stuff, etc. I have a mirrorless camera that I got a few years ago. Should I get good at composition on that before I even consider getting a film camera?
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>>3039565
The half shot would be due to too high shutter speed for flash use or an occasional sticky shutter, however your Xe-7 is a vertical shutter which would dictate vertical underexposure if this was the case.

I'm also stumped. Hand in the way of the lens?
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>>3039582
Nevermind,I got XE-7 and X-7A confused. Yours has horizontal shutter and too high shutter speed for flash use would be the culprit.
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>>3039565
It's just broken, how may times do you need to hear it?
The first shutter curtain is getting snagged, or dragged on, or something is slowing it down as it traverses the film gate, and the second curtain is catching it.
The most likely explaination is that you're just maxing out the shutterspeeds by selecting too wide an aperture in auto mode.
Many auto-exposure cameras will simply fire the shutter faster than it's capable of reliably working at, because nothing actually "goes faster" in the camera, it just releases the curtains with a smaller time lag between them.
If you go over the "max shutter speed", you're just sailing closer and closer to the engineered tolerances keeping curtain A and curtain B traveling at a relatively similar speed.
It probably only happens at the start of a roll because it gets darker as the day progresses.
Avoid going over the highest marked shutter speeds and you won't have a problem.
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>>3039578
sure maybe to do some test shots and what not.
but don't be afraid of starting film already. good way to learn the zone system
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>>3039587
I'm not shooting auto. You never said anything in the other thread other than "its broken". I've read up on that issue online and it would seem like the whole roll would be messed up, not just one shot.

>>3039582
>>3039585
I'm not shooting flash.
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Is 460$ USD too much for a bronica etrsi with grip and 50mm, 75mm PE lenses?
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>>3039594
Yes.
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>>3039596
Shit.
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>>3039596
How badly did I get swindled?
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>>3039592
I don't know what to fucking tell you mate. That *is* what's happening. The shutter curtains are catching one another. What exactly is causing that to happen could be any damned thing, I was postulating a hypothesis as to why an otherwise functional camera might display this behaviour, given the no-fucking-information you've given us. You've got the fucking thing in your hands, why are you asking us what's wrong?
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Should I put down 1k for a new GW690III?
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>>3039610
New to you, or "New"?
One thousand dollars, or "dollars"?
It had want to come with pristine OE straps, caps, bag, flash, and filters. The counter should say 000.
Buying a normal gw for $300 and spending the other $700 burning a hole in your pocket on film seems like a much better idea.
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>>3039607
Get a load of this faggot.
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>>3039610
buy a mark i or ii instead of the iii
iii is plastic shit
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Recently got a CLA'd Jupiter-3, i.e. a 50mm f/1.5 from Pyccna. It's extremely pornographic. Gonna post a sample as soon as they dry, coupla hours.
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>>3039531
picked up a petri 7s rangefinder from a fleamarket today for 15 dollarydoodoos and noticed it has a cold shoe/acc mount instead of a hotshoe.
From what I can tell it has a flash port on the barrel, or I assume that's what it is, I'm pretty new to vintage cameras.
What are these flashes called so I can acquire one.
Anything cool or interesting about these particular cameras?
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>>3039653
I've also got one of those, the f/2.8 version. It's charming as all hell. Be gentle with the winding lever, it's brass clockworks inside (hence the weight). The lens sounds like some kind of a Tessar variant, 4 elements 3 groups, but the bokeh isn't so vomit-inducing as on a m39 Industar. There's a good article on this camera on Photoethnography, if you can get past the nineties girl on the Internet thing.

One nice thing is that the selenium cells (keep the lens cap on in storage!) are behind the filter screw so no need to adjust exposure manually. IIRC the size is 49 mm so interchangeable with Olympus OM lenses and adapters.

For flash, you have to select between X and bulb-flash modes; in the latter it delays opening the shutter until like 30 ms (or some such) it takes for the olde-schoole single use bulb to actually pop.
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>>3039655
Hey, thanks for the quick response and info, and I'm glad to hear the bokeh isn't going to be complete crap like I was expecting.
Another question I have is if your lens is just slightly loose from the body of the camera?
I shined a light around it and it doesn't seem to be peeking through anywhere, but I'm burning a roll of cheap film to be double sure it isn't leaking.
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>>3039662
I wouldn't say loose, but there's definitely a bit of play on the focusing ring. RF patch stays stable though, so I'm assuming it's just a bit loose in the controls. Haven't had light leaks on mine. The lens flares like a motherfucker though, put a hood on it or heavily avoid shooting into the light.

Only damage on mine is that the frame counter doesn't move backward, so it's basically always stuck at E. Doesn't matter in practice.

Anyway, X mode should work with most electronic flashes using the PC cord socket you'll find on the lens barrel. Syncs at any speed (I think, could be just 1/125 and slower).
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>>3039614

Don't the new ones say 002?, Or are the japs trying to jew me?
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>>3039565
I have a Minolta SRT-101 and have the same thing happening

There's a whole Instagram account dedicated to those kinds of shots https://www.instagram.com/f1rstoftheroll/
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>>3039592
dude who fucking cares. just buy another one of these trash quality SLRs for 10 bucks and be done with it
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>>3039594
That's a fine price if it's in good condition, don't sweat it anon.
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>tfw when you shoot and develop your first roll and you see images on the neg
I have no idea what any of the exposures are like yet, but feels good man
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>>3039750
Wait until you make your first print in the darkroom. It's that feeling you just had x100
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>>3039538
Hey, glad to see it'll be put to use. Have fun with it!

>>3039565
Seems to be a pretty common way for Minolta shutters to fail. It might only be the faster shutter speeds that do it in which case you can still sort of use the camera.
Or you can do what I did with mine and shoot the busted shutter speed on purpose, then reverse the film in the darkroom and shoot it again, exposing the other half of each frame this time as redscale. Remember to hold the camera upside down since you turned the film that way when you reversed it.
Pic related. It's not fine art but maybe you'll find it fun.
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>>3039610
I have the ii and don't feel like I'm missing out on anything by not getting the iii.
Very nice camera.
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>>3039751
I bet, one day I'll get there maybe
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>>3039767
Enlargers are dirt cheap (mine was free with a bunch of other darkroom gear from a nice old chap).

If not, your city will definitely have a darkroom.

It's like developing film but much easier, since you develop the print by observation under a safelight
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>>3039769
I live in a shithole town where most things film related disappeared a few years back unfortunately, I'll definitely look into getting a proper set up of my own in the future.
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>>3039634
>iii is plastic shit
Only plastic shell, body is aluminium-magnesium alloy.

>>3039610
>1k
No, get a used "mint" one instead.
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I don't have a film scanner so I used this shitty setup to scan some black and white negatives on my really shitty flatbed :(

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>>3039783
How'd it come out?
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>>3039783
>>3039784

not too bad, i guess.

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>>3039783
>>3039784

I'm not sure how to adjust the setup to scan color negatives though. I think the led strip is too bright at the moment.

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>>3039785
>>3039794
Damn not as awful as I thought. If you can scan a colour negative I can convert it for you?
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>>3039799
I'll have to upload a proper scan of a color negative tomorrow. Already packed up the setup and it's kinda late here in NZ now.

Here was the first attempt using the same scanning method as the b/w films. the backlight is definitely too bight.

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>>3039805
Probably shouldn't use paper as a diffuser since the fibres of it come through in the scan.
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I have a chance to buy a Nikon F5 and 35-105mm AF lens for $150. Should I do it? The F5 isn't in the best condition, its missing some of the front rubber and has a few scratches, but looks as if it functions perfectly.
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>>3039531
Looking to pick up a replacement to my Minolta X-7A after accepting the shutter is dying... fuck. I love this camera because of the controls and metering system. The new camera I pick up I want it to have a system where you can see your current shutter speed within the viewfinder just like my x-7a. Any recommendations? Preferably would like to stay with Minolta because I have some pretty good glass for the system .
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>>3039818
It's a good enough deal if it all works. I'm not entirely sure what the "front rubber" is.
I'd spend the extra on an F5 in good condition but I suppose it depends on how much money you have.
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>>3039819
You're a massive faggot and I hope you predecease your menelta's shutter.
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>>3039688
>>3039688
r is the fourchanneller trying to doublefucnck u?
geoldluck buyer good to know if fucker ==trying you on,.
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>>3039822
Sorry I meant the front grip, most of it has come off
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>>3039841
>>3039822
Here is a picture of what I mean, and I know the seller personally. if he says its working I can pretty much be guaranteed its working
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>>3039844
If it's working perfectly without any issues at all, that would be worth it. Just browse ebay for a broken one and get the part you need to fix the grip. Shouldn't be too hard.
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MG-1 has fucked up light meter. Minolta has fucked up shutter. The rest are fine.
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>>3039818
Nah, get a proper F5 with all the rubber intact for $200. It's about what the camera is worth if all the wheels work 100%, the LCDs aren't knackered, and there's not too much garbage in the finder.

Get a fistful of Eneloops as well. You always want to have a full set with you when shooting a F5, and hope you don't need 'em.
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>>3039899
Alright, I am gonna pass then. Thanks
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>>3039783
can you explain that setup? isn't that bad of a scan and should be better than a DSLR ghettoscan
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Got this P&S for about 2$ at a local photo store with all of this included, the guy who sold me even threw a used but not depleted CR123 battery so i can test it. Anyone tried pentax P&S?

the other options were a Braun trend zoom 70s and some Konica, don't remember the model but it looked more 80's than 90's and it was bright red.

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>>3039810
Yeah, I'll have a look around for any better stuff I can use as a diffuser. Paper is pretty shit in this situation.

>>3039945
Basically, the film sits on the scanner with a sheet of plain paper on top as a diffuser. The 2 boxes (cards inside to give them some weight) hold the paper down and keep the film somewhat flat while keeping the light raised. The light is just 2 rows of white led strip stuck to a thin strip of mdf.
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Praktica LLC with 50mm Carl Zeiss Jena DDR lens starting at £10 with 1 bid and 3 hours left or
Praktica MTL5 with helios 58mm lens for £25 buy it now??
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>>3040044
Helios 44-2 is meme don't get it
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>>3039956
another view of the Espio, i think i'll go tomorrow to see if the Konica is still there. Anyone has info on the Braun? i couldn't hardly anything on the web

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>>3040094
Why do you need another p&s? Especially unknown most likely shit ones. The espio is okay, just like any of the p&s zoom cameras from then. Go use it.
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How much would I have to give for a fully functional F100 in good condition?
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>>3040100

bout tree fiddy
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>>3040100
Don't pay more than 160€ for a slightly janky F100 with battery grip.

>>3040090
Seconded. Any Helios 44 is basically the same optically. Same with Industar f/2.8 lenses: the lanthanum coating doesn't make any real difference under any lighting condition.
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>>3039578

hey i was in the same boat. i learned way more about composition and developed a personal style way faster by shooting film. you don't need to do extensive research about composition, but look at pictures and see what's pleasing to you. best advice i can give.
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>>3039591
>>3040169
Thanks guys, any advice on a camera to get? I don't want to spend more than $100, under $50 would be best. Used is fine
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>>3040170
spotmatic.
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Where do you guys get your film equipment? I look on APUG and Largeformatphotography.info. Wondering if there are any other forums or venues where I might score some good deals (excluding ebay).
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>>3040223
whats wrong with ebay
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>>3040223

Jewmazon
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How does everyone keep their negatives flat when scanning with a digital camera?
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>>3040263
Make sure they dry flat when you dev them. If they're still curly after they're dry, reel the whole uncut roll back onto the paterson reel the opposite way you developed it (so if you dev'd emulsion side in, put it back on the reel emulsion side out), and then wet the film and then leave it to dry in the Paterson reel. That usually cancels out the bend.

If a lab is developing your film and they come back curly, just lay the film between two pieces of glass when you scan it. Won't get much flatter than that
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I took my film camera out for a walk and ended up taking NO pictures. Shooting film makes me so intensely selective about what I shoot. Everytime I look at something I thought I was gonna shoot, I think, fuck it I'm not even gonna bother scanning this snapshit, why bother.

Are you guys like this?
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>>3040271
i was like that when i shot exclusively medium format. went photo-less for months, was too self conscious about muh 12 precious frames. then i discovered small format point and shoots and my life changed. became snap-maestro, some rolls are full of crap, but what can one do other than keep shooting.
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MEMESTILL 120

everyone shits on it but I love it tbQh

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Pentax 67

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>>3040263
Magnets.

>>3040271
Yep, happens often to me. At least I'm out walking though. Photos are kinda secondary.

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>>3040280
>magnets
>on ipad

WEW

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>>3040283
>Implying they are strong enough to do anything.

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>>3040278
show her pusy.
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>>3040287
no u
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Just copped from Japan for $380AU in 9/10 condition, first foray into MF so I'm pretty excited, already have 10 rolls of Portra 160 waiting.

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>>3040320

nice, picked one up 2 months ago and are fantastic, only shit is rf spot is dim af. Easy fix with a purple sharpie tho.
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>>3040328
>purple sharpie

how do you mean?
also how accurate is said rangefinder?
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>>3040320
>>3040331
My guess, is that you draw a little over the RF patch on the front window. This will increase contrast and make it easier to see when stuff overlap in it.

You could also use some semi transparent tape and draw on that instead.
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>>3040320
been tempted to get one of these for time. did you just buy from eBay? 380 is decent price
>>3040328
what do you think of it for landscapes?
and whats the weight and ergonomics like for hiking?
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>>3040342
yeah eBay, normally they're $450~ but this one was too good to pass up, guy had great reviews and it looked in fantastic condition.. least I don't have to worry about faulty electronics too.
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>>3040342
>landscapes
Get a GSW690 instead. I had the GA645 wide 60 for a while, sold it, got a GSW690 instead.

It's about twice the size, but it fits together with light meter, film and some filters in a small 35mm bag that I use.
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>>3040347
bah, too big for what I'm chasing I think. The 645 just seems perfect size for me. I'll keep it in mind and if I happen to see one at a decent price maybe I'll bite the bullet and give it a try for a while.
>>3040345
I nearly got one when the dollar v yen was better and they were all in that 350-400 range - major regrets. I'll keep an eye out for a good bargain and jump on it if I see it I guess. Glad you got a good buy, expecting to see some a thread of nice photos soon!
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>>3040342

It's alright, bigger format would be nicer. Pretty small and light for a 645 system, lens is definately sharp enough.
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>>3040278
>>3040285
Why the fuck would you even upload these? I understand that you're hiding her identity or whatever, but literally no one wants to see out of focus flowers with a big black box covering the "subject". Remove the boxes you retard, this isn't /b/
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>>3039531
is the Epson Perfection V 370 Scanner A4 any good? It seems pretty cheap
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>>3040393
anyone? please?
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>>3040400
>>3040393

Just get a V600
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>>3040402
thx
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If anyone is interested I make a good price for /fgt/. Otherwise I put on eBay tomorrow

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>>3039531
I'm not the most expert in this stuff so sorry for the stupid question, coverin that up before someone starts eating me up, i have a Zenit and have a small collection of both zenit and petri lens, now my question pertain the right name for the kind of attachment that this body uses where the lens needs to be screwed onto the body.
thx
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>>3040271
I'm your opposite: if I don't have a camera on me, I wind up seeing lots of photos here and there. What happens is I'll think to myself, "I'll come back with a camera like tomorrow!", and then tomorrow is very different and it never happens. The solution was to always carry a beater of some kind, a consumer-tier two-figure OM or something.

That being said, it's fine to go out and take no pictures at all. Such as when it's raining, or pitch black & you're loaded with 100 speed & have neither flash nor tripod. Or, shockingly, when all you see is boring stuff and no photos at all.
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>>3040271
Conmpletely the oppisite, when i try to bring my DSLR with me i take no pictures, because of the nature of digital photography every picture feel unimportant and without character, and enormous choice that a digital camera brings with changeable ASA and zoom lenses i feel like i can never pin point a desireable shot.

With Film every shot counts, literal money, the limitation of number of shots i can take make it so that my brain actively searches for something interesting as the limitation to one focal lenght with the lens does as well.

Finally to me the wait to see the results with developping film is probably the biggest thrill, in a world in our age where everything needs to run and be immediate, analog photography reteaches you to take your time.
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>>3040428
M42 screw mount
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>>3040464
thank you so much, seriously.
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>>3040465
fuck you
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I shot some film recently and got a few decent pics, how do you guys think they came out? Colorplus 200 btw

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>>3040476
Final one

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>>3040478
no one wants to see your 3MB snapshits
resize

other than that - you took some photos of town, why do you think they're good?
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>>3040481
wew
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>>3040471
I guess you must feel extremely superior to me because i asked a stupid question where the thread specifically says that it shouldn't be frouned upon.

Thank you for your feedback.
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>>3040474
really like this one, I really like the grain too. :D
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>>3040426
I know it's /p/ but where not that stupid to fall for a meme plastic toy camera.
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>>3040474
>>3040476
>>3040478
>see three snapshits in the /fgt/
>look at file size and dimensions
>already know that these are going to be frontier scans
>click exif
>SP-3000
Sorry. Not gonna view your lab scanned snapshits.
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>>3040499
kek, someone is craving the red dot
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>>3040474
>>3040476
>>3040478
I like your sense of composition, in the second one especially. Third is probably the weakest imo but it's def not terrible
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>>3040478
This would be far better without the nigger and slightly wider
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>>3040391
the point is you can see Cinestill's characteristics you autist. I can block out her face but you can still see the skin tones
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>>3040519
damn that's proper edgy xx
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>>3040426
what price?
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>>3040519
why is this comment half insulting bullshit half actual advice

>it would be better if you shot yourself in the head, you limp-dicked loser, and also invested in something beyond the kit lens you're using right now because i can see a lot of barrel distortion in the image.
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>>3040525
400 eurodollars + shipping
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>>3040278
nice try but i was able to analyze the parts of the image you left uncovered and i have already hacked her phone and made her my slave
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>>3040527
welcome to 4chan
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>>3040530
Haha thats funny guy because I already killed her m8
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>>3040474

Bad. Girl is out of focus. Highlights blown. Odd framing but not terrible.

>>3040476

I know the subject is the tower but you're too far away so this photo still feels like it has no subject. Also it's right in the center. Too much sky for my taste.

>>3040478

Your best one. Good DoF, good framing, subject is pretty nice in focus, good colors.
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>>3040320
Nioce, Im going to borrow my dads Fuji GX617 for a while when he gets back from Sweden. I really want some tungsten film for dem night shots in the city.

I've shot his Xpan before, loads of fun!

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I rented a Hasselblad 503CW and a 80mm lens and fell in love with medium format.

Is there an inexpensive medium format set up, back, lens, prism/viewfinder for about CAD$500?

Been looking at Mamiya RB67, any other models to look out for?
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>>3040695
>I rented a Hasselblad and fell in love with medium format.
>Been looking at Mamiya RB67
youll hate medium format after getting the rb67. dont trick yourself, get bronica.
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>>3040697
Can you recommend a couple of models? Any other cameras you can recommend?
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soviet lenses are best lenses

Helios 44 here.

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>>3040090

>helios is meme

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>>3040730
>>3040733
weird focus but it surely is interesting.
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How is the Canon A-1? I currently have an AE-1 and don't like the way you have to constantly look away from the viewfinder to set your settings. Does the A-1 have your shutter speed and aperture as well as the meter right in the viewfinder?
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>>3040528

>euro
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>>3040669
That's a awesome photo my man
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>>3040695
Bronica SQ-A
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>>3040478
I like this one. Composition leads the eye around and gives it energy
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>>3040276
Really nice image, but it would be more powerful if you filled the whole frame
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>>3040275
Excellent composition and pattern. the next one should be framed this tight too
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>>3040695
Pentax 67 is a god tier MF camera
Look for Fuji 6x9s as well aka "Texas Leica"

From what Ive seen Mamiya 67s are pretty good. I think they have removable film mags too. Always a big plus and advantage of MF
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my second roll developed at home
hanged it in the bathroom to dry then fell and got bunch of dust/debris on the film
also used a clothespin and a quarter to prevent the film from curling and part of the quarter got embedded on the left part of the image lol

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guys i need help.

long ago, i had a few rolls of film some I exposed some I didnt. now, when I reeled a film into the camera, it rewinded it back into the canister.I can't tell which roll is which, and both rolls are reeled back into the canister. Can i check this without dev'ing it or go to a darkroom?
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^ its an automatic reel, electronic slr
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>>3040808
Nope, no way to tell anon. This is why you should write on films you finish with a permanent marker.
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>>3040815
damn alright thanks
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>>3040807
great pic tho
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>>3040815
can I unreel them using the water-on-film technique without film (any alternatives to film?)
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>>3040818
t-thanks m80
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>>3040748
from memory it displays the suggested settings for the correct exposure
I think it shows the shutter speed you've selected and then the reccomended apeture or vice versa and blinks when that reccomended isnt selected

little knob thingo that changes between shutter and apeture settings is a bitch n a half to switch tho
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>>3039539
this lok like fantasy, which lens where you using? 35?
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>>3040816
You have a 50/50 chance of guessing which one is the exposed one. Dev one first. If you're lucky you'll pick correctly.
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>>3040819
No idea what you're trying to say.

>>3040826
80mm
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>>3040733
And you are a great representation of that meme
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>>3040829
It's a little technique of retrieving the film leader
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>>3040783
Its actually a hell of a crop. Here is the original image. Let me know what you think it should be

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>>3040835
Oh yeah, you can do that. Still won't be able to tell which was exposed (unless the film leader of one is bent/dented suggesting it was loaded in a camera).
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>>3040807
Awesome pic and that quarter thing is really fucking interesting. I should try it. What camera you using?
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>>3040807
*also what film?
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>>3040838
>>3040835
>>3040829
thanks, I'll just hope for the best
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anyone know what lens hood a Fuji GS645S would take?
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So, khm, since this is film related problem I'll post it here.
I have Pentax P30t and recently I've finished first film with this camera. So after the last shot was done I've cocked the wind lever almost to the end but since it was the end of the film nothing had happened, and I wasn't able to pull the shutter release button. Then I pressed the release button at the bottom of the camera, rewinded it and pulled film out, but this release button has stucked and wind lever started to work oddlly - it moves to the end but does not advance anything, it just moves freely without any resistance. I've fixed (?) the release button by manually advancing take-up spool, but after that sprocket spull goes locked and that's all. I've tried new batteries but it was useless, and now I have no idea what to do. Any thoughts how to fix it?

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>>3040365
Yeah, well size is mostly why it interests me. Not sure I'd be all that keen on the larger size of something like a 690 or pentax 67. But seeing as two people mentioned it maybe I should give one a try and make sure I'd be happy with the format first
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>>3040839
>>3040840
Nikon f100
HP5

Rodinal 1+25 lol
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>>3040780
>>3040783
>>3040784

I think you're adorable. Keep posting. I like you.
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>>3040819
You can unreel them that way, yes, but you still have no way to tell which one you already shot.
Either develop both of them and accept that you wasted a roll of film and developing cost for it or shoot them both and get a roll of double exposures. Might be good.
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>>3040886
Sorry, I missed part of your post.
I don't know a good replacement for a piece of film for that technique. You can use the bit that sticks out of a fresh roll if you're careful, though.

I feel like I should post a pic when I post so here's one. It's 35 mm. HP5 shot in my GW690ii
I just wanted to see if I could. It was actually more of a bother than I expected since the shutter won't fire unless the camera thinks there's a roll of 120 film in it. I spooled a strip of 35 mm. film with the backing paper from a 120 roll in the darkroom so the paper would fool the camera. Kind of a hassle.
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>>3040887
Like this.

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>>3040887
I've also shot 35mm in my GW690ii, but instead of fucking around with 120 paper I just jammed some toilet paper in there so the 35mm film put enough pressure on the reel to count up shots.
The trickiest part for me was making the take up spool to make it go on straight.

With a 3D-printed take up spool I imagine it would be quite simple. Would probably be a lot nicer in a GSW of course, 90mm is quite narrow for panos.
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Here's the results from my first time shooting film, developed and scanned myself. Pentax 67 + 105mm f2.4, Acros 100
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>>3040896
I think that if I put a little care into it I'd have a fairly easy time of getting the film straight using the backing paper method.
It's not really worth the bother either way. It just seemed like something you have to do once when you get your first MF camera.
In the end it's less bother to just shoot 120 film and the money I might save by shooting 35 mm is peanuts.

I have some 16 mm. Tri-X which I guess I could also load for some even more ridiculous aspect ratios.

Also, a frame of Instax fits PERFECTLY in this camera. I want to play around with that a bit later and see how Instax handles long exposures.

>>3040905
Not very interesting photos but the first six work decently has a set.
Looks good for your first time developing, though. You're clearly on the right path. Keep shooting.

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>>3040908
Yeah, not really worth the bother I think.
Instax in the Texas Leica would be really cool tho.
I'd imagine the reciprocity failure is dreadful if it's anything like FP-100C and FP-3000B.
I was going to load up my 4x5 pinhole with FP-100C, and in early afternoon lighting, accounting for reciprocity, the light meter gave me a 20 hour exposure for what would have been around 30 seconds on Acros.
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>>3040908
>Not very interesting photos
I agree, although I do like 1, 2 and 5, the rest I couldn't care for much. I wanted to fill the roll and make sure everything is in order first before ruining potentially good shots from my bad metering, light leaks, faulty camera etc. Thanks though mate, will do
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>>3040320
I got one from Ebay like 2 months or so ago for like $340AU, absolutely a tonne of fun. It's light and a good size. A lot of fun to wander around and take photos with and you get the benefits of MF.

>>3040331
The rangefinder is good but the contrast patch can be a bit light and sometimes you'll need a hard line to get the focus bang on but it's nothing too bad. I've just cut a small square of a stickpad note coloured black and put it on the RF window for more contrast.

http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-165.html
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>>3040918
>64T
Jelly af
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>>3040669
jesus fuck, every photo i see taken on an xpan makes me want one more and more
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>>3041115
Type II > "regular"

The regular is said to have this olive green cast. Easily corrected in PS now though.
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>>3041115
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xrtp+ii+64+fuji+tungsten+120.TRS0&_nkw=rtp+ii+64+fuji+tungsten+120&_sacat=0
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I just scooped an unused K1000 for $10, anybody else get any good finds.

>>3040918
wew lad
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>>3041181
>wow a cool auction
>Sends to: GERMANY OK ONLY EXCLUSIVELY GERMANY REEEE KRAUT UBER ALLES
everytime.

stay autistic, germany.
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>>3041184
The italy one looks good though. 4 rolls frozen
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>>3041186
>italy
>being honest, ever

these were left in the sun for years. dont bother.
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>>3041188
I bought them
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ferraniaposter not here?

ferrania p30 released, 80 ISO b/w 35mm, $8.50/roll, shipping april 4
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>>3039819
Minolta fag here. Sorry I missed your earlier posts. Regardless of which body you choose to replace your X-7A with, you have to understand the "newest" Minolta mf bodies are a minimum of 20 years old. All bodies made from the 1980's on are filled with plastic, and plastic deteriorates over time. The sr-T 101,102,201,202,303 were all metal and held up better, but they are heavy, use a mercury battery, and don't meter quite as good as the newer bodies with silicon meters. The XD series from the late 1970's was probably the best bodies they ever made. All metal, vertical run-metal shutter, compact, modern meter, normal battery, aperture AND shutter priority modes, 1/90th x-sync. From the x-series, I'd rate the 570 as the best of the 3 due to the way shutter info is presented in the viewfinder. But again, the x-series is all plastic gears inside. You buy one, hope it works, if it doesn't, you make a shelf ornament out of it.

My personal opinion: find an XD-11 (XD-7 in Europe), assume you will have to have it CLA'd (which costs $50-$100 in the states). Once you hold a newly CLA'd XD-11 in your hands, you will never want to pick up any other body. I guarantee it!
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Church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Rome, march 2017. Hasselblad 500C/M, Zeiss Distagon 50 f/4 C T* and Ilford XP2 super 400 ASA

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Baretto, Rome, march 2017. Hasselblad 500C/M, Zeiss Distagon 50 f/4 C T* and Ilford XP2 super 400 ASA

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Used to do a lot of digital photography, but I haven't touched an SLR in years. Just bought a used Pentax K1000 with 50mm F2.0 lens. What color film is best for beginners? I can't develop anything on my own (yet), so B&W shooting seems a ways off.

As far as B&W shooting goes though, is TRI-X 400 a good choice?
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>>3041316
Kodacolor film is just fine.
If you can only process c41 you should use the Ilford XP2 film, black and white but you can dev it like color film.
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>>3041301
I like this one the most. My only gripe is that the tree on the right is too close to the pillar,
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>>3041320
>Kodacolor film is just fine.

What does that constitute? Kodak Ultra Max?
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>>3041323
Funny, that's te one I like the least of these three pictures I posted.

Completely agree about the tree
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>>3041327
In Europe is branded as "Kodak Color Plus"
Basically it's a kinda shitty film if poorly developed.

Otherwise you should buy Fujicolor C200 film, it's really cheap but it's a little bit better than the Color Plus.
Both in Italy can be bought for around 2,50 euros
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I consider buying a 6x9 rangefinder to move up to medium format. I'm currently using a Fujica Compact Deluxe. Any recommendations?

(Sorry if i'm asking this in wrong thread or my English is incomprehensible.)
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>>3041357
Yeah, get a mamiya universal, it's the best.
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>>3040748
Anyone else?
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>>3041357
fairly cheap options include fuji gw690, koni omega rangefinders (6x7), vintage folders
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>>3041369
I was thinking about Fujica G690 or GW690. Mamiya Universal is bit "odd". Are there any important feature that differs?
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>>3040235
A lot of these forums can offer much greater prices on expired film and full kits. I've payed far less than market price on several items, with savings over a thousand at this point.

With film, it's a lot of older guys who maybe feel more comfortable distributing their equipment to those they perceive as part of their in-group. Makes things a bit more personal sometimes, and the deals are juicy.

Slightly related:
For film metering, is the Sekonic L-558 worth 300$ CAD used? I've seeing it go for up to 400-500$ CAD and don't know why there is such a wide price range. The DR models don't seem worth it to me.
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>>3040320
any reason not to get this one besides the rf patch (which is easily fixable it seems)?

im looking at samples on flickr and im liking it a lot.
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>>3041115
>64T
Just picked up 80 shots in 4x5, and 10 rolls in 35mm.
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a6000 vs Acros scanned by a6000.

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>>3041416
a6000 vs acros with "character" added to a6000 shot.

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>>3041416
>>3041418

So, wait, it's acros on the right? or the left?
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>>3041420
This was my first roll of Acros. I was really impressed with the shadow detail.
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>>3041425
Here's a full sized shot.

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>>3039594
No. It's not cheap, but it's certainly not very expensive either. Bronica lenses tend to be quite expensive. If you'd only have gotten one lens with it, I'd say you would have been bamboozled.
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>>3041432
Hey, that's reassuring. Thanks.
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>>3041430
Incredible shot, how did you find this light?
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Thots on the OM series? Is the OM1 the only fully manual?
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>>3041432
>Expensive

Wat. Since when is <$250 expensive for a lens? Pretty sure you can get the wide, normal, and semi-telephoto (all you'd need) for less than that.
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>>3041506
OM1 line is fully manual, yes. 2, 3, and 4 are at least partially electronically operated.
Nice cameras desu. My OM1 is smooth as fuck to operate and has made me orgasm on at least three separate occasions
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>>3041578
I want an OM-1.

Any thots on the OM-10? I almost had one, but I'm new to ebay so someone sniped it the last second.
It seems nice and similar to the OM-1.
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>>3041594
OM-10 is like any other entry level SLR from the time. You need a separate unit for manual speeds, otherwise it's auto only. No compensation dial is what killed it for me, you can only compensate by changing the ISO from the rather inconvenient dial. No auto exposure lock either. Can't really recommend it unless you're on a budget, you'll grow tired of its limitations quickly.
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>>3041601
Oh, thanks. Didn't know that. Will avoid the 10 then...
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>>3041515
Relatively. You can get OM lenses for <30usd. Within the realm of second hand film lenses, Bronica lenses aee certainly not the cheapest. Saying they're not expensive because there are more expensive lenses is like saying a 10k lens is cheap because there are 100k lenses
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Would like to have a compact 135 camera which has some more in it than some crappy point&shoot.
I would really like to just carry around a proper SLR but it gets bothersome, you can't always have it with you and you often get weird stares when shooting around people since it is so loud.
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rate my shooting location, abandoned shipyard I found in my city. there were heroin addicts in a trashed out house next door and stolen cars and burnt out shit everywhere. very spooky.

first time using MF, slightly vexed I didn't have any colour film for it, i reckon the colours of the car would've been nice on colour. (FP4 loaded in currently). It's a bronica ertsi (6x4.5) btw

also pls follow me on instagram
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>>3041647
>>3041647
why don't you get yourself a rangefinder?

also, i don't know if it's just my opinion but P&S cameras seems to me pretty awesome for trying emulsions the first time.
As these don't have pretty much options and everything is mostly automated, much of the differences you can see between rolls are for sure be caused by the film election. Obviously, if you want to have more creative control of the emulsion you shoot it with a SLR.
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>>3041652
>mf bronica urbex
very confident, brave or stupid. cool beans instagramwhore man, post actual film scans sometime, very curious how that turned out
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>>3041652
>also pls follow me on instagram
kys my man
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>>3041654
Correct me if I'm wrong but aren't there small compact cameras where you can focus yourself and change shutter speed modes atleast, as in fast and slow?
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>>3041659
yeah, but for what i've heard here the prices are going a bit up. i think the olympus XA is the one you're wanting to
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>>3041657
>>3041652
caught in the act (pic related)
Stupid brave or confident? It wasnt a difficult climb to enter the site, and the crackheads would've been easily dispatched with a swing of the bronica & tripod, they weigh a tonne.
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>>3041594
Yeah if you want manual spring for the OM1. It's a lovely little camera and I don't think it's something you'll regret
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>>3041430
I wish the contrast were higher
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Offered someone 20 Euro with shipping for a Fujica STX-1 with an National PE-3057 Flash.
I really am not sure if it is worth it, got 2 cameras already and I wouldn't be able to use the lenses on my others, only the Flash. I haven't gotten a flash yet.
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>>3040283
Clean your flatbed. That usually takes care of the lines for me.
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>>3041724
The original X-mount is a bit of a waste of time, m8.
The M42 Fujicas are far more plentiful, and can use plenty of other lenses.
ST705W and better also have open aperture metering. They're really nice cameras.
This is the 55/1.8.

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>>3041652
>top down viewfinder instagram pic

>pls follow me on instagram

KILL YOURSELF
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>>3041726
Its a lab scan. I edited it out of the other shots but cbf to do it that one
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>>3041594
>>3041601
>>3041617

DO NOT BUY an OM-10 they are absolute lemons of a camera. There is a very common malfunction with them where the oil leaks onto the electronics and it always fucks up your SS.

They were the normie camera of their time since it was aperture pri only unless you had the add-on manual SS selector, which is ridiculous to have as an accessory.

Ive only had one or two shots with my OM-10 that turned out good. Everything else was fucked, and I have tried to have it repaired numerous times. Never again. The only thing this camera has going for it is aesthetics
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>>3041636
>Comparing 35mm lenses to medium format lenses.

Found your problem bud. In the medium format world Bronica lenses are among the cheapest. The 75mm is like...$50. The 40mm and 150mm are ~$100.

>>3041647
So...get a compact? What's something like XA missing?

>>3041652
Cool man, post actual scans sometime.

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>>3041872
Yes I'm aware of the differences, I own an ETRS myself. I just wanted to assure that anon that he wasn't ripped off, that's all.
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>>3041872
What's throwing me off is that you guys are using USD prices.

I want to grab the 180mm PE next. Heard it's great for portraits.
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>>3041506
I use an OM-1 as my main 35mm camera, it's just everything you need in the rawest way.. fully mechanical, sturdy, ergonomically good, zuiko lenses are very good also. Shutter can be a little clunky but that's if I'm really looking for a fault, otherwise it's fantastic.

pic related shot with an OM1 + ektar 100

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Film is outdated
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>>3042076
Post some of your fine digital art or fuck off, troll
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>>3042076
no, its just expired ;);))
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>>3042076
So? Look how digital camera enthusiasts squabble and fight over sensor size and chromatic aberration and weight and just about fucking anything else. Most of them have forgotten that the gear is the least important part of photography.

Excuse us for not wanting to be part of your digital shit-fight
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>>3040837
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I prefer this one uncropped, because I like what the surrounding flowers do for the composition, but the other image is the best, because the space is used better
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>>3042091
Shooting on film is just silly
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>>3042072
Nice photo. OM-1s are the best. I acquired a whole range of Zuiko primes for just tens of eurodollars, camera bodies are dirt cheap too. Only downside is the light meter battery. I found a working mercury cell, but I don't know how long it will last. Normal 1,5V button cells give a slightly deviated metering (too high, can be accounted for but still) and hearing aid batteries have short lives even when not used.
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>>3042076

It brings life to my miserable poorfag existence. 500 bucks will get you way closer to optical splendor with film than digi.
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>>3042247
I use regular 675 batteries and haven't had any issues A lot easier to manage than the old Yashica Electro that I had where you had to put tin foil in the battery compartment.
Do you have a 35mm f2/f2.8 zuiko? How is it? Considering getting one as 50mm can feel a bit tight at times. Also why the hell are lens hoods for zuiko's so expensive?!
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Is 240 usd a fair price for a Nikon FM (Black) in 9.5/10 condition and with a 50mm lense + a 80-200mm and a 100-300mm extra lenses?
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>>3042252
No, I do have a 35-75mm third party (Vivitar) lens and the Zuiko 50mm, 70mm, 135mm and 75-200mm. I want to get a 35mm, because of the same reason you stated, though and I love the 50mm, it makes the camera so compact you can easily pocket it in a jacket and use it as a semi-snapshit slr. So the 35mm would be even better for this purpose, as the 35-75mm I have now may have the same focal length available but it's very bulky and it's not the best quality one can wish for

About lens hoods, I only have 1 rubber one, which I got free and it fits on all the lenses I have which don't have a built in lens hood. Built in lens hoods on third party lenses (Sigma) are dogshit though, the ones on Zuikos are very handy and well built. I never use the third party lenses because they're dogshit tier in general, except for the
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How much would you play for a nice condition Nikon F3?
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Are labs usually chill with whatever you took pictures of? Like if there is something in the picture that shouldn't be there do they usually keep their mouths shut?

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>>3042538
If it's illegal they may snitch. If it's child pornography or something gross like that they will surely snitch.

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>>3042538

Just home develop
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>>3042538
>Will I get v& when I send my CP to a lab?

Of course you will. That's why you home develop. Or just not be a filthy paedophile.

What could you possibly want to capture on film that is illegal, except for illegal pornography, in which case CP would be the most obvious. It's a wholly different story if you take MF photos of ongoing bank heists on Provia 100f, I guess that would be cool.
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>>3042542
>>3042547
It's not that bad, just some people doing substances they shouldn't. I'll just take advice from
>>3042543
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>>3042554
Yeah...that's the best course of action. Think how dumb you'd feel if you got into legal trouble because of some photos.

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whats a nice C-41 emulsion for desaturated or pastel colours?
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>>3042590
portra 160 overexposed a bit
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>>3040478
Resize and stop wasting film on negros.
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>when you order a couple rolls of freeze stored 64t
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How much of a waste is it to shoot black and white on a mju 1
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Good 35mm film camera that shows exposure settings in the viewfinder? I'm coming from an X-7A that shows me the recommended shutter speed and my current shutter speed right in the viewfinder without having to look away. I have a lot of minolta glass and a lot of FD glass. What are my options for something that does this in the range of 150 and below?
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I got an old camera and I wanna test it out with a variety of shots.

Where can I get the cheapest film in bulk?
Quality isn't even an issue, as long as it works decently.
Brand name or anything really, I want to put the camera to the test mainly with as many shots as possible.
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>>3043030
Foma 100, 200 or 400

According to the internet, 200 a shit
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>>3043033
thanks fampai
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>>3043033
Fuck the Internet, foma200 in 35mm is great. But the Foma200 I shot in 120 was totally a shit. Insane, unmanageable curl, and like asa 50 tops. Let me see if I can dig up a sample of the 35mm.
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>>3043046
>foma200 in 35mm is great.
dafuq.

i only shoot ilford and rollei. but a friend tried that foma shit, shot it @200 and it came super underexposed. film showed no capacity for recording any info within a very tight margin.

also it has an ugly name.
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>>3043048
*shot it @400
he pushed it a single stop and that piece of trash shat the bed bad. but hes poorfag extreme, and wont use anything else, that dumbass.
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>>3043030
You could get "ultrafine Xtreme" film. Or for a few dollars more per can you can get kentmere 400 which is much better in my opinion
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>>3043030
Are you developing yourself? All these people are suggewting bw assuming you're deving yourself. If you aren't, get some cheap c41 color film like Fuji Superia or Kodak Gold. Finding a lab to dev bw will be hard and more expensive.

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Alright /p/ how bad did I fuck up? I bought probably the last AF 135-format camera I'll ever own. Paid 150 body only. I loaded Tri-X in it and so far I love it. Is it worth getting the grip?

Fun fact; my Tokina 11-16 at 16mm will fill the viewfinder, the Internet says it covers 35mm at that focal length.
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>>3043079

You couldn't possibly fuck up buying that.
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anyone here shooting 4x5 having trouble with a jobo 4509n reel and tank?
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>>3043079
I'm not a fan of vertical grips, personally. Especially with an F100 you might as well just get an F5 if you want a grip. You did pretty great though, hope you don't trash a perfectly good F100 for no reason like you always do.
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should i learn to shoot film on a canon rebel 2000, fujica st605n, or minolta xg-m? found these in my house from my mom and grandma
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is the shit on the side my fault or the labs fault?

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>>3043158

why are you saying "fault" like that's a bad thing? put that shit on tumblr and ride the A E S T H E T E reblogs. in six months we'll get some fucktard 20 year old asking "how to get this effect? ?"
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>>3043160
this

I prefer my photography like I prefer my women.
Flawed, damaged, and sometimes photoshopped.
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just got some film developed from my trip over spring break to japan.

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Ok so a friend wants to sell this "old camera" and wants to get some notion of how much it might be worth. Any one here could help us out?

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>>3043177
nice b8 m8
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>>3043177
post feet
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>>3043181
Not really. It is an honest question.

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>>3043184
Help us out and I might post some feet (and armpits)
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>>3043184
this, bonus if they are with camera
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>>3043169
Post more
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>>3043177
>>3043187
I'll give you $30 and that's being generous
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is pic related good for a beginner? Just dug out an old camera i remember i had and wanted to try out some casual photography as a hobby since it seems fun, but i don't really know what to look for or what makes photography related gear and whatnot "good"

so any advice is appreciated
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>>3043250
I'd say yes. But I'd also try some Black and White
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>>3043256
alright.

why is Black and White film so much more expensive than Color?
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>>3043079
>Alright /p/ how bad did I fuck up?
Every day that you wake up and you're still a fat crippled unemployed vegan who posts to 4chan using a tripcode seeking approval for his secondhand purchases, you've fucked up as badly as it's possible for anyone to fuck up, short of accidentally triggering the nuclear holocaust.
>pls stop waking up, Sugar
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>>3043135

After the theft of my equipment I told myself I would make it top priority to take much better care of the replacement gear and so far I have. I have bags for everything now and I have a separate film bag.

I love this F100 though. The viewfinder is very nice. Even after the DF I'll still shoot the hell out of this. After reading up on the F5 and the F6 this was what I decided on. The F6 is too much money for an AF Nikon mount camera that takes the same picture as an N55 and the F5 is xbox hueg and this is essentially the same thing but smaller. Rockwell shills it pretty hard and he's been right about everything else I've acquired so I figured why not.
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>>3043187
Look at completed eBay listings. The Nikon F isn't really sought after so don't expect much $$$.

>>3043250
Superia is great stuff.
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>>3043312
Well i ordered some Superia and some Tri-X. hope this goes well
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>>3043127
What is your trouble?
They're a bitch to load, especially when shooting thin B/W film, but it gets better with practice.
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"which film" question - is a slow film like ilford fp4+ (iso125), panf (iso50) or kentmere 100iso gonna yield nice results with a wide-ish point 'n' shoot with flash for some club party photos? usually i use hp5+ or kentmere 400 for b&w but i'd like to try something new.
i shoot on a canon sure shot sleek which has two other names i can't remember. it's got a 32mm autofocus prime and usually does okay for people snaps.
also, dx coding... the camera has 4contacts for detection and no manual override. so it's likely to shoot 125film at iso200, right? i guess i'll just do a 2/3rd stop push or something to compensate?
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What can I use to re paint my k1000 ? The black parts.
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>>3043415
or you can just scrape and tape the coding to get it to read as 100. google dx code hacking.

i personally really like acros with flash pns portraits, you could try that too..
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>>3043425
paint
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>>3043426
oh yeah, that's definitely closer than 200, thanks.
i've used the same technique for pushing colour.
i've never pulled either, why not start with with a half-stop, i guess.
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>>3043393
I put it on its side, on a rotor meant for colour film processes, and let it spin leaning slightly outwards to keep it level. Usually I place it close to the wall so that it won't fall out of the groove. Pic related.

I'm constantly getting uneven development. I can post some pics later. It's the same kind of issue I was getting when it wasn't spinning at an even rate because of slippage on the wheels. I've fixed that and I make sure to watch the tank during the whole process now. Wondering if the issue is putting too little liquid in or something.

I'll post pictures in a minute.
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>>3043446
but what type of paint
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>>3043488
black
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>>3043484
It always seems like there's the outline of the adjacent negative on its edges, too.

What's puzzling is that I'm seeming to get this 60-75% of the time, and not 100%.

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>>3043494
Sorry, never seen anything like that in my negs.
I've only used an ATL-1500 which has geared rotation, so slippage is not an issue.
How much developer do you use?
Jobo recommends 330ml per 6 sheet tank, I use 350ml to make measuring easier and ensuring there is enough.
Are you sure the sheets are seated correctly on the reel and are not touching each other or the locking plates?
And what's up with all your scratches?
They mostly seem to run counter to the direction they would run if they were caused by dirt in the holders or rough loading on the reel.
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>>3039531
I was going through film rolls on amazon and the fujifilm velia 50 and 100 came up.
They seem incredible film rolls, are they worth the price?
It seems no matter the camera the results are astaunding.
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>>3043558
anyone?
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>>3043558
>>3043589
not worth
colour is a meme
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Do I have to send HP5 to Ilford to get them developed and printed? Went to my local shop and they say they can't do them
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I need to bomb my photo shop for these awful res digital scans.

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>>3043079
If all the dials work, the chassis doesn't ping too hard, and the prism and battery holder are in good nick, then you did good. As for the battery grip, if you want to shoot vertically sell your F100 and get a F5 instead.

I use my F100 as a big boy's point and shoot mostly because it's rare for a real P&S to support colour filters properly. Also, matrix metering. Also, 50mm f/1.8g.
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>>3043000
a complete waste anon, under no circumstances put film in your camera :^ ) c'mon, it's fine. I think I've only ever used HP5 and Pan 400 in mine.

>>3043652
No you can do it yourself, or find a lab that does black and white. HP5 uses the black and white process, while colour film uses a process called C41. Lots of local photo shops and labs don't do black and white in house any more.
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>>3043652
what kinda of fucking photography store is that? No dude get another store, wtf is they problem i just got around 5 ilford rolls developed.
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>>3043658
Are you that guy who made a video on YouTube talking about the same thing
Using the f100 as point and shoot?
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Any recommendations for low light color 35mm? Open to pushing also
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>>3043686
Hell no. _Hell no._

I agree with him though, with the stipulation that it's a pretty bad point and shoot if the weight and frou-frou starts being a factor. And the SLRness is a constant temptation to go hi-fi. But it doesn't matter if there's already 5 kg of laptop and books in your bag.

On the other hand: motor drive, PASM without idiot modes, properly fast glass without spending 150 on a pocket beater, and filters.
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>>3043716

natura 1600, portra 800
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>>3043506
>330ml per tank

Shit, I've been wasting it by filling up to 500ml to be safe. I do 1+100 rodinal for 8 mins. That's what other people on the LF forum figured out for Ektascan B/RA.

Sheets appear to be seated correctly. I'm very careful that there's no overlap. I cut them uniformly, but there's always minor variation. I'm starting to wonder if that is a factor.

The scratches are from the shitty glass pane I found in the communal dark room that I use for making the contact prints.

I'm also starting to think that maybe my jury-rigged rotary development regime is retarded. No matter how I prop it up, that tank does not fit on the colour film rotor. The tank just isn't as long as a paterson tank and doesn't touch all the wheels. It's possible the friction against the wall is causing it to slow down moment to moment.

Only reason I started doing this is because my negatives were getting scratched to shit during tray development. The trays in the darkroom are so old that the bottoms are rough and they destroy any and all negatives.
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>>3043770
The scratches aren't on the negatives. Just on the glass.
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>>3043558
Worth.

>>3043716
Long exposures? Something low iso, Portra or Provia. High ISO? Shoot digi.

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>>3043770
>Shit, I've been wasting it by filling up to 500ml to be safe
>1+100 rodinal
Oi vey! Such waste!
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>>3043784
In a communal dark room waste is a bit of a concern. If you're going to use a shared space, you have to be mindful of others. If I wasn't, I wouldn't be welcome in this venue and I'd be stuck taping fucking cardboard all over my goddamn windows and then sealing the bathroom door with tape again.
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>>3043810
LITERALLY less than 2mL of rodinal we're talking about now. Or are they charging water by the litre as well?
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>>3043783
It looks so fucking beautiful, i'm sure my Zenit won't give it the quality it deserves but i just really wanna try it.
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>>3043770
You're actually right to use at least 505 ml of 1+100 Rodinal; it's common advice to put at least 5 ml of r09 per film into the tank to ensure full development, or less, takes place.
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>>3043832
If I'm developing sometimes twice weekly, 2 or 3 tanks at a time, that shit adds up my friend.

>>3043873
This is good to know.
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>>3043716
How fast we talking? 200 gold can be pushed to 800. Portra 400 to 1600. Natura 1600 is fast but I've never used it personally.
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Just got a good deal on a 100mm f/2.8 zuiko, anybody shoot with Olympus gear?
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>>3043158
>not home developing b/w negatives

Why?
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When shit arrives fresh from Japan where mint condition means mint condition.
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>>3043770
Oh, so like >>3043771 says, it's the glass and not the negs that are scratched.
1+100 is a very thin dilution for such a short time, are you sure you get even distribution of the developer? Do you pre-soak the negs?

If you want to do tray development, have you tried putting a pane of glass in the bottom of the tray to avoid any scratches?

I'm sorry I don't have any other tips, I've never really had the issues you are facing.
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>>3044042
Nice! Looking forward to seeing some photos.

New thread! >>3044059
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>>3043494
what type of hangers / dev tank holder are you using?
looks like you need to change your agitation method to get the active chemistry more evenly distributed.
I had similar marks when I used a Yankee Tank or did stand dev.
Now I use a Kodak tank / hanger system and it works like a dream
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>>3041872
>>3041652
>>3041657
>>3041698
posting scans of the bronica urbex shots

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>>3044291
read the sticky and resize your shit first newfriend




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