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i-type edition

old thread: >>3458513
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!
Links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you use a hot pink Instax Mini 9
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Fungus problems..

I everything I own has been trashed by fungus in the last 4 months. This includes things that've never been in the same house as each other. - or the same bag.

Had a Minolta Hi-Matic E, left in a bag, in the dark, with dessicant. After a year it fungus'd.

My Canon F-1, left in a seperate house for 4 months - developed brown spots on the viewfinder. The 50 F1.4 on it developed a small but visible spot.

Bought a replacement 50 F1.8. Arrived clean. One day it was normal - the next a spot appearred - like a halo around a single fleck of bright dust.

A Super Takumar F1.8 55mm lens has the exact same spot.

It doesn't look mycellial - it doesn't have that white fibre like look- It's more like a spot like something landed and stopped growing. All of them look the exact same.

But there's no real common link between what's been affected and what hasn't and it's driving me mad.


Stored in light or darkness. With dessicant. Never even together in the same building. And they get affected the same way.

While new stuff like the EOS650 is completely unaffected.

How do I stop this from wrecking more gear?
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>>3463241
You have a Fungus Demon haunting you
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>>3463238
Anyone had any experience with I-type?
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>>3463241
What kind of environment do you live in? Is it super humid or something?
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>>3463241
>How do I stop this from wrecking more gear?
Stop doing dusty old landscape photography and try shooting shomething more modern, like new topo
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Reposting my dank snaps because of fuck it being penultimate image post on previous bread, over here >>>3463060
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>>3463241

Wvery lens has fungus spores in it.

What matters is the environment. If it is humid and dark, your lenses will have issues before long.

Try a dry box or even one of the environmental control boxes.
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Shot some Foma Action at 800. Developed in HC-110 dil. A. Negatives are partly quite thin.

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The Yashica D is such a cute camera and so pleasant to handle.

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Looking for a smol m-mount or ltm mount lens in the 25-40mm range. Already aware of voigtlander's offerings but am quite unaware of the ltm world of lenses (canon, nikon, etc). Looking to spend no more than $300. Any recommendations? Pic related (i don't care about viewfinder lines fwiw)

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>>3463361
40mm summicron / rokkor-m (same lens)
Although I hear it has been getting more expensive so might be out of your budget these days. It's very compact.
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>>3463367
ya bit out of the price range unfortunately
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>>3463361
You won't find anything better than the Voigtländer ones.
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>>3463238
Finished scanning all my Ektar from Venice. Jesus it was the right decision to buy that film. Shit's perfect. No grain, astounding colours.
Contax RTS w/ 35-70mm f/3.4

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It looks exactly how I remember it.

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>>3463256
Yeah, the Onestep series is really fun to play with, especially the last OneStep+ with all the bluetooth functions
The color film is not perfect yet, I find it washed and not so contrasted. Also temperatures influence the tones of shot, if it's cold > blue tones and if it's warm > yellowish tones
On the opposite, the b&w film is a pleasure to use, with significant dynamic range if you expose it right
I might buy a SX70 soon and use it with Polaroid Original film
I got some here if you want to see : https://martinbaron.pro/instant-landscape

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Bronica etrs or Mamiya 645?

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>>3463399
Holy shit that vignette. Did you use a too tight lens hood?
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>>3463307
I've tried multiple environments. Even intentionally leaving the lenses open to sunlight from a window - or in a dessicated environment with silica gel. Nothing helps.

There's absolutely no common thread. They're not even cleaned with the same equipment.
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>>3463423
Yes. The hood is really useful until 40mm but sometimes I forget to take it off when I zoom out to 35mm since the vignetting doesn't show in the viewfinder. Unfortunately there's no hood that fits the lens better without being massive.
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>>3463419
>ETRSi (newest ETR model)
+More robust metal body
+Leaf shutter lenses are GOAT (Flash sync at all speeds i amazing)(Zenzanon PE versions, screw MC)
+Interchangeable backs (more expensive than one would expect but great to have an extra one)

-Heavy (it's still my EDC though)

>Mamiya 645 (don't own one, only things that I've read about them)
+ONLY newer models like the Pro, Pro-TL or Super (1000s if on a budget but be careful with them)
+Lighter
+Lenses are sharp

-Can be more expensive overall for some reason
-Plastic body
-No exchangeable film backs

>Both
+Have choices for WLFs and prism finders (TTL metered or plain)
+Both are fairly robust, easy to service, dependable
+Easy-to-handhold MF rigs
-WLF useless for portrait orientation framing, need prism
-Again, heavy setups (althought not that bad)

You can't go wrong with either of them honestly. I'd go with the Bronica for the backs and leaf shutter lenses.
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>>3463404
I have a SLR 680 and it's great. If you want to try something else look into that one. They are pretty pricey normally but on eBay they sometimes go away for below 200. It is bigger and a bit more impractical than the SX-70 though.
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>>3463448
Thanks for the rubdown.
Why should I avoid the earlier Mamiya 645's? They are made mostly of metal and are reliable.

I am drawn to the Mamiya lenses a tad bit more from what I see online tho

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>>3463419
Bronica SQ-A and if you want to shoot 645 get a 120J or 220J back.
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>>3463387
ya seems to be the case. eventually i may want to try some older single coated glass. feel like velvia would work really well with a lens like that
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>>3463523
You could look for some Canon 28mm 3.5 or 2.8. The 2.8 is the one Winogrand used. I've been looking for one for ages, but all offers are from Japan and considering tax, I could go for the widely available Ultron. Why do you think Velvia would work well with those?
I also recommend the 21/4 Skopar. Best lens in regards to price/performance is the 35/2.5 Skopar. Optics are the same in all 3 versions, but the M-mount version handles best due to the focus tab. If you want something faster, the Nokton 35mm might be interesting, but it has heavy barrel distortion.
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>>3463459
Are jean skirts cool again?
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>>3463468
No worries at all. From what I've read it seems that the backs tend to fail on a lot of them. Don't know how expensive it would be to repair.
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>>3463361
That green Bessa R2 is just so fucking cool.
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What's a good affordable scanner up in Canada? Only ones I've seen on eBay are over priced to hell.
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>>3463566
Kijiji "film scanner" I got a v370 for $50.
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Does the X sync flash have any limitations when used with leaf shutter lenses?
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>>3463530
yeah
all these "alt-girls" love these
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>>3463524
Ya I was looking at the Canon LTM a bit, but for the price the 35mm Skopar seems to be the better choice.

The 21mm is definitely on the radar. Thinking the finished kit will either be the 21mm f4 + 35mm f2.5 or the 25mm f4 + 40mm f1.4.

Don't care too much about speed, definitely not into the barrel distortion of the Nokton 35.

>>3463549
i know right

>>3463627
not sure I understand your question, but general leaf shutters sync at all speeds.
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>>3463692
Got the 21+35 combination and it's been quite useful so far. After some time with the 35mm Skopar, I sold it in favor of the Biogon f/2. Where are you from? I just found a reasonably priced Snapshot Skopar on ebay.. perfectly matches your budget and comes incl. the collectible LH-1 hood.
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>>3463530
I hope so
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>>3463698
In N America. Wanna drop the link?
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> not sure I understand your question, but general leaf shutters sync at all speeds.

Sorry, I didn't word it properly. I know leaf shutter sync at all speed but I'm wondering if there are other limitations with the X sync. Why did flash makers tried so hard to kill it?
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m, may have found a deal on an LTM skopar 35mm 2.5. what're the differences between the LTM and M versions?
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>>3463742
The reason why we don’t have more cameras with leaf shutters are:
1. Leaf shutters can’t have shutter speeds as fast as focal plane shutters. They’re limited by the speed they can open and close the shutter, while a FP shutter can just open a tinier slit in the shutter curtains for a faster effective shutter speed (but can’t sync at those speeds without cleverness)
2. Having a separate shutter mechanism in each lens adds complexity and expense
3. You often get issues where you can’t use all apertures at all shutter speeds

Flash manufacturers didn’t do anything to kill off leaf shutters. And, in fact, a lot of systems still have them (especially fixed lens cameras) or have them as an option, specifically for the faster flash sync.

Does that answer your question, or am I still misunderstanding it?
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>>3463627
>Does the X sync flash have any limitations when used with leaf shutter lenses?
Nah it has limitations when used with anything *other than* leaf shutter lenses.

The only thing to be aware of, is if you use a cheap flash at full power, it might have a duration slightly longer than 1/500. But halving the power more than fixes that.
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>>3463742
>Why did flash makers tried so hard to kill it?
I'm not sure they did that.
But leaf shutters definitely expose subpar flashes and wireless triggers.

A max speed of 1/125 or 1/250 in focal plane shutters allows manufacturers to use cheaper components, like circuitry for the triggers, capacitors for the flashes etc. . Because even if the triggers lag a bit and if the flash duration drags on a bit, they half an extra stop of shutter speed for leeway so the end user doesn't notice that.
This also allows them to "sloppily" offer higher total outputs, by allowing the duration to be longer and the curve of the power/time more extended.

An 1/500 leaf shutter will expose that, and at 1/1000 for few cameras, only the best triggers and flashes can keep up.
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>>3463728
Seller is from Germany, tax probably makes it too expensive. Here's one that might be interesting to you:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Voigtlander-25mm-f4-Color-Skopar-Leica-Screw-mt-w-M-mt-Adapter-and-Finder-/264281879542
Note that it's not rangefinder coupled.
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I'm in the US. I want a film scanner. I'm looking at either Plustek or Reflecta/Pacific Image scanners.

Plustek 8200i AI seems to be their best model, which includes an IT8 target.

Reflecta seems to be the "real" manufacturer but Pacific Image appears to be a reseller? or partner? or international version? Am I wrong?

The RPS 10M seems to be THE BEST machine overall on the entire market besides high end professional grade monsters, but the equivalent PI PrimeFilm XA has been discontinued. They now have a PrimeFilm XAs (Super edition).

Is the PrimeFilm XAs worse in any way? They say it's sharper and scans faster. Not sure if achieved through means of cheaping out and sacrificing IQ for post processing sharpness shit.

The 8200i AI clearly states it supports 48-bit color output and comes with an IT8 target.
The Reflecta/Pacitic Image scanners do not list 48-bit output in their specs and this worries me. Do the reflecta/PI scanners support 48-but color output?

If I'm just looking for sharp scans of my film and not 100% fucking professional shit, is the included IT8 target a great bonus worth settling for the Plustek for?
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>>3463816
>Note that it's not rangefinder coupled.
I'm pretty sure the "Color Skopar" is rangefinder-coupled--you're thinking of the "Snapshot Skopar"

(I don't own either of them, so I'm not 100% on that, but that's what I gathered from the surface-level research I did on them while avoiding work at my actual job a month or two ago)
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>>3463831
>is the included IT8 target a great bonus worth settling for the Plustek for?
This only matters for slide films.
Targets can be bought seperately as well, maybe $20-25 for a top notch quality one.
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>>3463831
Also, forgot to add:
Apart from the Reflecta being actually higher resolution (true, measured 4300dpi), it also can scan a whole roll.
I can't stress enough how huge of a convenience that is. You can put all the options on (dust removal, multiple exposure, whatever), walk away for dinner or movie or whatever, and it'll be done when you're back. With the plustek you have to advance *every frame* individually. You have to be in front of the scanner at least 1:30 hour.
This is the killer feature that sets it apart.

About bit depth yeah it's 48bit (actually 64bit, including dust removal data in a separate channel). It depends on the scanning software though, to take advantage of that.

Silverfast is the best modern software in terms of features and film inversion profiles. Vuescan is much cheaper and works with more scanners, also exposing more low-level settings.

Usually the bundled in software is trash compared to the above. And Silverfast (especially the AI version) is a considerable expense, and I'm not sure it can be found cracked.

If you can afford it, definitely go with the reflecta.
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>>3463781
>>3463783
>>3463785

Thanks for the info. What are some of the best flash back in the day? I know Metz CL-3/4 are good and highly sought after since they work well with modern camera but kind of too big to carry around. Are the smaller Metz flash like BTC series just as good build quality wise?
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>>3463835
>This only matters for slide films.
Interesting.
I would have assumed any IT8 would do, since once basic color calibration is established I thought variance in film color casts could then be removed through presets later on, if you used a wide enough color space. I have seen options for specialized IT8 targets for specific films so I guess that's not the case?
If I'm using Ektar the Plustek's IT8 target would be useless? Or would it still be useful but not as optimal as a more specialized target for my film type?

>Targets can be bought separately as well
Any recommendations on where to buy them?
Silverfast sells them but they seem expensive at $60 minimum.

>Apart from the Reflecta being actually higher resolution (true, measured 4300dpi), it also can scan a whole roll.

I thought about this but I'm at my computer a lot and I believe I could get by with the manually operated one if it resulted in a better image. Manual seems more versatile too if I wanted to get a custom holder for smaller, obsolete film, like APS/110.

Besides the IT8 target, the only difference between the 8200i SE and AI is just the Silverfast version right? From what I understand the Silverfast the 8200i scanners come with is also not the full version, and it's tied to that scanner, so can't use it with a newer one due to DRM/licensing/restrictions yeah?

I already own VueScan and use it with my flatbed. Figured I would get by with that.
Seems like the Reflecta is the best choice if IT8 targets are cheap

>If you can afford it, definitely go with the reflecta.
I thought the target might have been like a $100 value by itself. Right now I could go to B&H and buy the PacificImage PrimeFilm XAs (US version of RPS10M) for $10 less than the 8200i Ai.

Lastly, I can put my film scanning off for a while as I've still got plenty of prints to go through.
Has there been any news about new scanners coming to the market this year? I don't know where to look for those kind of announcements.
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>>3463361
The Canon ltm 35/2 is excellent. Probably the best lens I own.
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>>3463910
Differentfag here, hi. As I understand it, if you want "real" and "true" colour in print film, you'd take a shot of a colour calibration chart whenever the light changes, and then process the scans to yield those colours on your calibrated display and/or printer. Needless to say this tends to make the difference between colour response in different films subtle. Its also hella expensive on 6x9 or bigger, and calibration stuff for monitors and/or printers can also be expensive. But it's useful for digital stuff as well, so w/e.
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>>3463910
Targets are not universal, they’re for the specific film type. I assume any target would be better than no target at all, but the appropriate target might give you that final 5%.
Personally I think that no target is still fine, cause with slides you have a great reference, the slide itself which you can view directly. So you can correct easier, since you know what you want to make it look like. This is impossible with negatives for instance.

I’d say don’t get fixated on targets. Monitor and printer calibration is far, far more important, and far more likely to be far more off, to worry about targets.

>Any recommendation on where to buy them?
Here, some of the best:
http://www.targets.coloraid.de/
Check the size, you only need 35mm. And my bad, it’s $35 not $30.

You got a point about weird formats.


The value of the Ai is just the software not the target. The Ai is ridiculously expensive and silverfast’s pricing policy is ridiculous. The same piece of software, for different scanners, is a different price. (And yes it’s tied to the scanner).
Literally, if your scanner is expensive, the AI software for it will be also expensive. They think that since you can afford an expensive scanner, you can afford expensive software. The same software for a $300 scanner might be $250 and for a $2000 coolscan or drum will be $700-900. Check their website, it’s completely ridiculous.

>Has there been any news about new scanners coming to the market this year?
Supposedly PlusTek is releasing a new 35mm/120 scanner with autofocus and better lens. Won’t be cheap though (guessing in the $1500-2000 range).
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I got a Canon Speedlite 155a for a dollar, all it needs is a capacitor replacement.

Will it work with my Fujica STX-1??
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>>3463858
Thats just respooled Kodak Double-X (5222), but I like its look. Still, at that price I'd rather get some Tri-X.
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>>3463834
Generally, you're right, the Color Skopar is rangefinder coupled. However, the 25mm f/4 in ltm actually is the Snapshot Skopar and it's not rangefinder coupled, but has click stops at certain distances. The M-mount version of the 25mm f/4 lacks these click stops and is rangefinder coupled. It seems the ebay item is just labelled incorrectly.
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anyone ever tried the sigma 28-105mm f2.8-4 lens? or know anything about the quality of those '90s sigma lenses?
I can get one for $65 with uv filter, along a nikon F50 camera I don't care about. looking for a decent lens I can keep on my nikon N80 all the time, but dunno if this one is a significant step up from those green-letter quantaray-branded sigmas I can get for half the price.
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>>3463816
Honestly think I'd prefer the non-coupled version with distance click stops. Think I'm leaning towards finding a 25mm snapshot and 40mm nokton 1.4. Just gotta play the patient waiting game for cheap ones come about.

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>>3464023
Why the 40? The Bessa R2 has no 40mm framelines.
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the 35 would probably be too close to the 25mm. it'd probably take me no more than 2 rolls to figure out how much beyond the 35mm frame lines i need to go for the 40mm.

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>>3464043
People always claim that 35 and 50 are too close, but I think they are pretty different. Why not go for the CV 21mm if you think the 25 might be too close to 35? Always depends on what you want to shoot.
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>>3464050
28 and 35 are close. Between 35 and 50, the fifty falls on the "not wide" side of the line. I've found the 35 a more generally applicable focal length; 50mm is almost like portrait shooting or something, feels very long after using 35mm for a while.

Which is funny given how I'm one of those fags that started out shooting only 50mm lenses because lol standard.
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so my family is coming down and we are staying together in a beach house next week. i'm placing an order from b&h for some of the final things i need and they are out of porta 400. i would like to try some portraiture of nephews and parents and whatnot, so what is a good alternative?

thinking of porta 800 or fuji pro 400h

any thoughts?
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>>3464053
>50mm is almost like portrait shooting or something, feels very long after using 35mm for a while.
I agree with you anon. 50mm feels like a short tele for people shots. 35 is a great all around, same for 40mm.

>thinking of porta 800 or fuji pro 400h
Both are nice. I'm kinda partial to overexposed Pro 400H, works wonders on caucasian skin.
Portra 800 is very good too but usually it's overpriced compared to the 400 variant.
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>>3464050
Was thinking maybe 21mm...but only 24mm for a year and kinda miss it. Also think i could get away with no vf with a 25mm...don't think i could with a 21mm. just shooting everyday stuff

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>>3464050
>People always claim that 35 and 50 are too close,
I only consider them close in that if I've a limited budget and am trying to put together a set of lenses, I'm going with either a 35mm or a 50mm and not both (or if I'm carrying primes, or otherwise somehow limited in lenses). They're definitely different lenses that work better in different situations, but it's still that normal range. I want my next lens to be able to handle a range of situations that doesn't really overlap with what that first lens does...
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I have the chance of getting a canon eos 300. Any experience with it???
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>>3464134
annoying because only a single control dial, otherwise it's a perfectly functional SLR.

Wouldn't pay a lot for one simply because you can get much better featured EOS SLRs for cheap.
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>>3464043

I will never stop loving this picture, makes my day every time i see your work in here anon.
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>>3464001
It's not going to be good. 90's + > 2.9 x zoom + fast aperture is a recipe for disaster.
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I have an old 75-300mm lens from some analog camera, i got an adapter to fit it on my canon and it turns out there's some odd lack of sharpness/haze/contrast issues.

Overall sharpness is there fine detail is lacking. It's like an extremely thin coating of grease or something is over one of the lenses. Lens is over 20 years old. I cleaned the outer and inner surface of the ones that are exposed. It's not unusable, but the kit lens that came with the body is just a lot sharper and has better contrast in images.

The 75-300mm was never a professional grade lens, so I have a feeling it's probably just obsolete? Better glass on the kit lens gets a better image? I'm thinking it might also be the adapter causing issues but can't be sure. There's like a purpleish haze.

In general, just how do old lenses compare to cheap modern ones? Do adapters with optics (instead of just air) in them shit on quality?

Could a polarized filter help?
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>>3464198
80s & 90s zoom lenses (consumer grade in particular) where usable but distinctly worse than primes. Modern lenses may have better optics but on digital bodies, I would assume that software based correction does help a lot (with modern lenses).
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>>3464198
If it's an old some some of the elements may have worn bushings. They start moving independently of each other and decentering or coming out of focus.

It can be fixed - but it's nor always worth fixing.
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>>3464205
>>3464198

Most old zooms are just terrible. There are a few that can hold their own to modern lenses (Leica 35-70 f/3.5 comes to mind), but most aren’t worth buying. At least not before the autofocus age.

Primes are a different story. Modern ones tend to have better coatings and better corner/edge to edge performance, but for most purposes and older prime can hold its own on a modern digital body.
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>>3464193
oh bummer. and it seemed pretty good, at least on paper. but yea, with these '90s zooms I always have second thoughts.
thanks man. that's what was worrying me. it felt odd nobody else was interested on a fast zoom for around $60.
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>>3464205
>>3464212
>>3464224
Interesting. Thanks guys.

>Modern ones tend to have better coatings
I believe there isn't even a coating on the front element for the one I have. Perhaps there is, but, it doesn't seem to have any of the commonly seen colored reflection when looking at the lens. I believe I might be able to solve most of the issue by simply using a UV filter I'll give that a try unless that's a waste.

For what it's worth using the tighter apertures kind of cancels out most of the haziness. I assume modern coatings do a lot to help with that? Or is it mostly the glass quality for things like that?

There's like zero of this at the widest aperture on even an unfocused photo with a kit lens while the purple haze on the old one is everywhere like a reverse vignette that's pretty extreme at max aperture.
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>>3464242
The optics are fucked. Even the worst old zoom wasn't that bad. It's completely decentred or something.

I've a 24-35mm L lens that was like that when I bought it. One of the elements had come loose in its tracks. I was able to make a temporary repair and it was good.

It lost infinity after about 6 months anyway. So it needs a real repair to be done. The L might be worth repairing - since it's about 250-300 even with damage....

But even the best zooms wear out.
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what a lovely comment to wake up to, thanks anon.

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Help me /fgt/s I can't decide which of my SX-70s I should sell. They're both in excellent condition, everything works, lens/viewfinder is clean, no cracks in the leatherette, little scratches, etc.
What one do you think would sell for more?
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>>3464265
Do what I do when I've had multiples of the same camera...

Post both for sale and keep whichever one doesn't sell first.
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>>3464242
There's always coating on lenses made since like the fifties. It could be a single coating up 'til the seventies, when multicoating came about. Not all of them are visibly coloured; for example my Industar-22 (collapsible, m39) has a pale blue coating so barely visible that for a long time I thought it was uncoated. But no, Soviets did have lens coating stuff in 1956.

Another reason for softness that wasn't mentioned is that old zooms are generally better on film than on digital. This is because film accepts a latent image regardless of the angle of incidence, whereas digital sensors' microlenses, filters, and what-not require a narrower angle. But this would be a bit odd for a 75-300, i.e. a telephoto zoom where rays ought to stay in nice order all the way (without understanding the optics at all, as in my case).
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>>3464283
If lenses were completely uncoated, you'd notice.

https://lenspire.zeiss.com/photo/app/uploads/2018/12/en_About-the-reduction-of-reflections-of-camera-lenses.pdf

On related notes - I've been giving serious consideration to the 50mm Planar T*. Mostly because it's either compatible with everything I own, or can be made compatible - and will actually last a reasonable amount of time without being stupid expensive.
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>>3464265
The chrome one looks better, imo.
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anyone have a zenitar 16mm?
I'm interested to adapt to FD mount, i need a fisheye and this one is more or less cheap.
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>see cheap film camera
>last minute no one bid
>buys it even though I don't need it


how can I stop? help
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>>3464412
i do this

then i run a roll of film through it, fix anything that's wrong- new battery, light seals, clean shutter

then sell it on again for a loss

>wtf is wrong with me
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>>3464411
I have the Pentax-K mount version (got it by chance as part of a $50 mystery bundle)

It's a fun lens, although I didn't shoot all that much with it since I only have kinda crappy Pentax bodies.
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>>3464417
>then i run a roll of film through it, fix anything that's wrong- new battery, light seals, clean shutter
i do this too
>then sell it on again for a loss
i can actually get 100-200% profit from mine, and i've sold a few, but i'd rather hoard them for no good reason
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>>3464419
Posting some shitty dslr scans of a few shots I made it.
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>>3464411
used it for years to shoot skate on my ae-1. best option by far if you only want to spend a few hundred bucks
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>>3464253
Damn. That’s a nice image.
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>>3464417
Lol. Yeah, I thought for a while that I could maybe support my hobby by buying, repairing, snd then selling old film stuff. After a while I realized that just wasn’t going to happen. Most stuff out there is dine a dozen, working or not.
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should i get a rebel g so i can start shooting film with my ef lenses? is it a good entry point to shooting film?
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>>3463913
interested in this too.
Polaroid or Fuji?
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>>3464655
pretty much most film canon eos cameras are decent and full of all you need to take good photos, and dirt cheap.
of course the more expensive higher-end models are pretty awesome, like the eos1 and 3 and the elan 7e/7ne, but for pennies you can't go wrong with any of the lower-end models.
the rebel g is a good choice. it uses the more common CR123 cells so you can get some rechargeable batteries for it.
I'd recommend the Rebel T2 instead. it was the last gen eos film body and has the faster 1/4000 shutter.
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>>3464663

>faster 1/4000 shutter speed

Oof, that is pretty slow. My camera is 1/12000.

What is the slower ones top speed?
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>>3464667
>My camera is 1/12000
based minolta master race

>What is the slower ones top speed?
1/2000 was standard top speed of like 80% of canon eos film bodies.
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>>3464673
>>What is the slower ones top speed?
>1/2000 was standard top speed of like 80% of canon eos film bodies.

Ironically, this is true of the EOS RT which was designed for fast shooting, and had a pellicle mirror for that reason. The very old and cheap EOS 620 (one of the first EOS models) has a 1/4000 shutter speed!
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>>3464692
eos 620 is a tank of a camera, awesome all around. only thing I don't like it's that it uses those battery packs instead of separate cells. have to hack one open to fit it rechargeable cells.

apart from the single digit eos bodies and the 620, I think the only ones that go up to 1/4000 are the elan, elan II, elan7/7n and the rebel T2.
I guess canon figured people who bought the lower end modes would never buy a faster lens than the f4 kit lens so a 1/2000 shutter was enough. I mean, I had a rebel K2 for years and rarely ever needed a step over 1/2000. only until I got the 50mm 1.8 II lens and tried to do the bokeh thing wide open under the midday sun did I wish it had a faster speed lel
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Any good affordable flashes that will work with Bessa R2? I'd like something small, easy to use and currently available.

Also, any experience with Unomat flashes? They are dirt cheap here, should I go for one?

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>>3464698
You can buy rechargeable 2CR5 batteries now, although when buying a new body, the newer C123 would be a better choice.
When the EOS 620/650 were released, there were no higher end models initially, and they were seen as fairly high end cameras. 1/2000 would not have been considered that slow either given that ISO400 was long considered a fairly high box speed. The EOS line was only introduced in 1987 with tmax 3200 released in 1988.
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I got a 30ft roll of Efke KB-25 and a 100ft roll of Arista Edu Ultra 100
Both expired in 2009, but have always been refrigerated.
Any tips on how to compensate for degradation if any without wasting it?
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Which is better? Pentax SV or SL?
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>>3464704
You can overexpose by a stop to be on the safe side. Probably not needed given the slow speeds & storage but shouldn't do any harm either.
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>>3464701
Sunpak Auto 140. It's some thyristor flash and clearly better than the hyped unomat ones.
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>>3464707
Ayt, thanks anon!
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Darkroom/fgt/s, give me your advice. How do I get even borders on an easel that's only adjustable on two sides? Starting to consider printing only borderless because mine are always uneven and massively crooked.
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>>3464673
>1/2000 was standard top speed of like 80% of canon eos film bodies.

bull shit

my eos 620 from 1987 is 1/4000 as are all my mid range bodies, my 5D does 1/8000 which i've never actually used a single time

stop buying the rebel garbage, the advanced amateur cameras are literally the same money
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>>3464698
>only until I got the 50mm 1.8 II lens and tried to do the bokeh thing wide open under the midday sun did I wish it had a faster speed lel

what is an nd filter noob
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Vivitar V-3000 vs Pentax P30n vs Canon Eos 300???
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>>3464873
Apples and oranges.
I'd get the V-3000 since it's a clone of the Nikon FM10, both the Pentax and Canon are electronic so they could die on you.
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>>3464673
>1/2000 was standard top speed of like 80% of canon eos film bodies.
>>3464863
>bull shit

Because I am a pathetic man with no life, I actually ran the numbers.
Total: 31 film cameras (based on Wikipedia's Film EOS timeline)

1/8000th: 6 bodies (~19%)
1/4000th: 8 bodies (~26%)
1/2000th: 17 bodies (~55%)

Although the 1/2000th bodies are predominantly Rebels and other low-end bodies, which were by far the best sellers, so it's not at all outside the realm of possibility that 80% of canon EOS film bodies (i.e., actual produced cameras in the world, not individual models) had a 1/2000th maximum shutter speed. Probably significantly higher.

> my 5D does 1/8000 which i've never actually used a single time
And since I'm throwing around statistics, personally I've shot 1/8000th on my cameras 658 times out of 763,683 photos in my catalog, which puts it at about 0.086% of my photos. And a significant number of those were accidents. Not all of them, though--a few are legitimately shots where I was in sunlight but wanted super shallow DoF.

The faster shutter speeds are actually more important with film, since you won't be able to change speeds mid-roll but you will likely change time-of-day mid-roll.
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>>3464880
interesting statistics. i happen to own eos 620, 10, elan (100), and elan IIe (50) all mid range, advanced amateur cameras with lots of features and 1/4000 shutters. never had a rebel because i hate the small, dull viewfinders and because none of the better cameras cost more than $30 or so on ebay.

>The faster shutter speeds are actually more important with film, since you won't be able to change speeds mid-roll but you will likely change time-of-day mid-roll.

i'm going to disagree with you here though the premise is understandable. i learned on, and most of my day to day film shooting is still with fully mechanical cameras (a dented SRT201 in my case), like all photography students. most popular mechanical student cameras all max out at 1/1000.

never thought of this as any sort of disadvantage as people that shoot lots of film use filters- lots of filters. it's part of the process. yellow, orange, red for b+w; skylight and 81b warming filters with color negative and slide film; and of course a set of nd filters: 1 stop to 10 stop in a neat little wallet in the camera bag. if you want to bokeh fag during the day, you use a filter like a grown up that knows their ass from their elbow.

film shooters have and know how to use filters. digital shooting gearfaggots only know how to evaluate a film camera by it's spec sheet because they know exactly dick about photography. TL;DR shutter speed is the least important thing about a film camera.
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>>3464880
Very bright scenes outdoor when you're bokehwhoring and you don't have nd filter. And very bright landscape. Sunny and snow, and high altitudes. That's were you go to 8000 and up.
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>>3464891
ive never owned a camera that could go past 1/1000 and have never felt like i needed it
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I got a couple rolls of film back from a trip to Arizona. As usual, I'm disappointed how few shots actually turned out. I think the battery in my 35RC might be running out.

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>>3464863
whoa chill m8. just pulled that number off my ass. what I meant to say was that most of the eos film bodies going for a dollar most likely are some low end thing with the 1/2000 top shutter speed. I'm fully aware of the mid and high range bodies specs, that's why I was suggesting going for a better body, or the T2 as it literally costs pennies over the low end rebels.

>>3464864
I was 15 back then, didn't knew a thing about filters. only one I had for like 10 years was a skylight and just because the salesperson talked me into buying it with the lens because I had no fucking idea what it was for.

>>3464880
based statistics anon. next time I throw numbers around I'll know it's 55% eos film bodies
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A friend gave me a roll of Portra 160 to push me to try film again.
Any tips on how to shoot with this? i.e. good for skin tones, should I overexpose or any other recommendations are appreciated.
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>>3464977
I'm talking about the film portra 160
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>>3464481
That one's really nice. Perfect timing to get the frame of sky around the skateboard.
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>>3464977
it just werks. good allrounder in my opinion.
ffs, whats this fetishism about pushing films anyways?

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>>3464985
>ffs, whats this fetishism about pushing films anyways?
>to push me to try film again
Reading comprehension/10
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>>3464622
>>3464981
thanks anons

>>3463361
olive bessa r2 dude here again. got a deal on a 35mm color skopar 2.5 in m mount. $250 shipped to canaduh, pretty hyped

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>>3465021
That's a really good price. You're going to like it. Don't do the same mistake I did and sell it.. ever. I really miss how compact it was and regularly think about selling the Biogon to get a Skopar again.
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>>3464946
>>3464948

Oh hey the DBG. I worked that show for a little bit last year.
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>>3464655
Shooting film while still getting to use your EF glass is a blast IMO.
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>>3464936
I think that’s pretty damn cool.
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what would be the better option between the minolta cle and contax g2?
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Found a 5 1/4" piece of foam made for a drive bay cover, have been cutting it with an Xacto knife to make light seals. I did the Yashica Lynx 14e and my XA today. Will probably do my Himatic 9, XA2 and the RB67 tomorrow. Test roll is in the Lynx, really looking forward to having fun again with a rangefinder.

The Soviet FED2 I fixed up needs the rangefinder infinity parallax calibrated but other than that it's ready to go.
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>>3464001

Pretty much all of the 90s Sigma zooms are junk, but their EX prime lenses are fan-fucking-tastic. I have the 24 1.8 and it roflstomps my Nikon 24 2.8 which has been regarded as one of the sharpest wide primes ever made by Nikon.
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>>3465131
thanks man, good to know. I've been trying to haggle down the price but the seller won't budge from $50. gonna definitely pass now for sure. haven't heard a single good thing about those '90s sigma zooms.
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>>3465129
How is the RB67? I want to try mf
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Does anyone here have a pen f? Really thinking about getting one. I don't need a meter and I don't like the idea of a dimmer finder (plus the gothic F is amazing) BUT, I read that the ft has a microprism on the focusing screen and the F has nothing.

So is it really nothing in the F's finder? No split prism? I've used slr's without focusing aids and I've blown the focus too often to care to try again.
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DSLRscan fags, I need you.

Is it possible to get good results scanning with extension tubes rather than a macro lens? I have access to a 5Diii and a shitload of lenses but no macros and don’t think I can afford one at the moment. People talk about field curvature but surely stopping down a bit more could remedy this?
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>>3464661
>>3464661
I have this and the old instax wide from fuji. They are great. I used them for models helping out my friend in college.
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>>3464998
He did ask about overexposing
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>>3465160
I depends a lot on the lens quality. Normal lenses are not designed to perform well at high magnification. Stopping down will only do so much for field curvature. A deep curved field is still a curved field.
It will be better than not extension tubes though, I'd say go for it, never anything bad in owning some tubes.
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>>3465179
That's pulling film tho innit
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>>3464880
man how your got that sarah moon-core creamy glow in your pic related?
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>>3465156

A bad day of shooting with the RB67 is still a good day of exercise. It's big, and bulky, but worth it.
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>>3465183
Thanks man. Which of these would you rec to use for the scan? 50 1.2, 85 1.2, 100 2.0, 24-70 2.8
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>>3465037
It's really mesmerizing. I really want to go again, but micro-dosing.
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>>3465252
The Succulent gardens would be great for that one. That area was always my favorite
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I think I forgot to change my shutter speed for this shot, but I kind of love the effect.

Olympus 35RC/Ektar 100

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Just finished a test roll with Petri ES Auto f/2.7 and Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400. Looks pretty nice so maybe I'll shoot another roll at some point.
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>>3465030
ya i'm pumped. i also have the chance to buy a color skopar 50mm 2.5 for $210... 50mm really isn't my jam but it seems like i could flip that easily for a $150 profit?

deved 6 rolls of c41 last night. mixed these chems early Nov and have done 34 rolls with 1L now. tetenal ftfw
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>>3465327
The 50 Skopar seems to be pretty good as well. If you want to try it, I see no reason not to buy it at that price. Sous vide FTW!
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Dumping a couple of 4x5 bw I just developed, got the same compositions on ektar and portra but I still have to develop them.

Both are foma100, perceptol 1+1 9'30" continuous rotation

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>>3465302

Don't under sell it anon, it is really comfy. Nice job
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scanned a couple frames of old negatives from the late 80s

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>>3465353
ya we'll see if i wind up copping it or not.

sous vide makes dev so easy. here's a sample from roll #33 deved in those chems. superia 200

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>>3465446
nice

>>3465472
If I were you, I'd get it. You can always sell if for more than you paid for it. It really does. Looks very good.
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>>3465245
Then explain how all your photos are bad and you're still overweight

>>3465200
Only if you compensate during processing
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So i was cleaning house today, and found some old expired Kodak film.
Will the film still print decent images? The cartridges were never exposed to any light, and the highest heat was room temperature.
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>>3465508

Because I haven't shot with an RB67 until very recently, my old one got stolen.

When I had one I did good work with it.

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It's a long shot but anyone knows how long freestyle usually takes to get delivered films within LA if you order it online?
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I just want to share it with you.

I've been trying to DSLR scan my films for some time, for cheap. I DIYed a lamp from single, very bright COB LED and I had a lot of problems with vignetting. I made anoher one, this time using 5 long and much weaker LEDs and it worked! The total cost of the second lamp was ~$30 (first was like $5) and I can get 12-14 Mp files after cropping. If you are struggling with the same problems, I can provide more details.

It's great news for me, because now I can think of developing b&w film, something I wanted to do since I started analog photography. Pic related is one of the first. I've uploaded it as big as I could, so you can see the quality or the lack of it. There's still stuff to work out, like proper exposure and the best aperture (this was taken at f/11) and fucking dust. I hate cleaning slides already.

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>>3465916
I don't see the problem. That's a fine scan, albeit of a 6x6 negative. Detail looks good, contrast looks good. I can tell the letters apart on that shipping container, and their corners and edges look clear.

Of course from 6x6 you'd want to take as many snaps at 1:1 as it takes to cover the film, then stitch. Such is the pain of digitization.
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>>3465927
Thanks! That's as good as I want to enjoy and share photos. I test scanned a slide, so I didn't have to play around too much with it.
Unfortunately I only have 35mm lens with 1:2.5 reproduction now and I'd gain probably nothing from stitching.
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>>3465916
It looks like maybe it's just a bit out of focus or has some mirror shake. Try turning on mirror lock up if you haven't already
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california coast 1987

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>>3463459
how do you guys scan even 35mm frames at full size ? do you make your own filmholders or using glas ?
i sometimes put a normal glas on my 120 film to scan but my plustek 35mm scanner makes it impossible to scan the whole frame :(
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>>3465157
there's a dude shooting with that camera only on instagram @halbformat
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>>3465327
i came here to ask your opinions on c-41 dev
how many of you actually dev CN film ?
i did it twice..i mean i used twice the amount of a kit..
iam too lazy sometimes i guess
but do you guys have any advices on your workflow ? any little tip is appreciated
>mfw my fridge is full with CN film and 220, 35mm slides and more color negs
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>>3466086
also : cinestills kit says up to 24 film and tetenal ( which i'd prefer) is only 16 film
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>>3466086
>>3466087
I use Tetenal, on my 4th 2.5L kit. I get 30 rolls per L out of both their c41 and e6 kits. Currently on roll 33 with my current c41 chems and may do a few more rolls. Results seem perfect still.

Workflow is basically the instructions. Use a sous vide as pictured above and 2 aquarium thermometers (1 in the water bath to ensure temp is okay and 1 in sink for rinses between chemicals).

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>>3466171
>1 in sink for rinses between chemicals
do the inbetween rinses have to be at the working 38ºc temp too?

also, do you pre-rinse the film with 38ºc water before pouring in the developer to get the inside of the tank up to the working temp?
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>>3466180
Each step becomes less temp sensitive. The first rinse after step 1 I have at 38C. The next rinse is within a few degrees of 38C. Final rinse is room temp because the stabilizer which comes last is at room temp.

I used to pre-rinse but stopped.
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>>3466080
i took this using dslr scanning, i didnt actually use a holder for this one.
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>>3463238
Does anyone here have a nikon FA? How is the viewfinder? I'm torn between
a: getting an FA and three lenses, one Af-D and two G which can be used in aperture priority with the FA
b: getting an fm3a and four lenses, two G lenses for my digicam and two Ai-s for the fm3a
Price isn't an issue but total weight is. I'm leaning towards the FA right now, but I couldn't really find any info on the vf and I know focusing screens are not interchangeable.
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>>3466280
so holding the film flat isn't an issue i guess

what would you guys recommend me to set one up ? Currently looking for a light table
my digi cam is the fuji xpro1
1) a macro lens
2) tripod
3)???
4)???
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>>3466284
let's say for 120 film only
iam going to buy a light table but iam really unaware what lens i should attach on my xpro1 for 120 film
also some were talking about extra tubes etc..
help pls thx
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>>3466284

well i usually use the holder that i've used with my v600 but it covers the sprockets, so for this one i didnt use a holder. i just got the lomography digitaliza in the mail so im gonna try that out. im using a 5dmkii with the 100mm 2.8 macro (non L-series) and i got some pipes/tubes from home depot that the camera fits into pretty well.
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is film dieding

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>>3466298
>lomography digitaliza
wait what's the benefit of that ?
scanning the entire frame with it's border where it says kodak tmy for example ?
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>>3466298
can you please review that filmholder ?
and if it's not too much asked; take photos how the filmholder actually holds the film, flat? etc
thank you !!
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>>3466320
Not him but I have the digitaliza 120, its okay, keep the film flat enough. I've heard from multiple people that the digitaliza 135 version is shit, can't hold the film flat at all.

I wouldn't recommend buying either version, the build quality is shit and overpriced as fuck for what it does. Just 3D print a holder, there's plenty of models available on the internet. Wish I had done that instead.
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>>3466326
if it's less shit than the epson holders i might buy the 120 one
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guys iam about to go crazy...
found a v800 scanner for 200€
just messaged the seller and i hope it's not broken or something...
just 4 months ago i bought a plustek 7200 for 40€
and my 35mm scanns are so much better than before !
will use the epson for 120
>RRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>out of joy
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>>3466183
>Each step becomes less temp sensitive.
oh alright. so I can just let the water naturally cool after the critical developer bath.

>I used to pre-rinse but stopped.
so leaving the tank sitting in the hot water tub enough to keep the temp? I was afraid that the colder inside of the tank and film would knock down the developer temp a degree or two while doing the dev bath.
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anons pls comfort me I am missing my gf only now after ending it a month or so ago...

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I shot a lot of color over the last few months, a Portra 400 5-pack.

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>>3465781
I like this a lot. This is a really good photo. Good job anon.
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Which folding camera in this picture is this?
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>>3466539
Kodak retina ?
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>>3466541
thanks
had a brain fart, thought it was a 120 folder that i haven't seen before
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Well /p/ I've finally faved up enough money for a pentax 67ii
Gonna get me that sweet 105mm f2.4

Is there any reason not to?
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>>3466600
go for it anon
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how hard is it to get into film? is it expensive?
I asked all my relatives but no one seems to have an old camera I could use
would have to buy one
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>>3466638

Cameras are cheap as dirt, avoid the ones which are hyped on the internet. Film & development depends on where you are based.

In Germany I can get three rolls of Kodak Gold 200 for 8€, development costs 1€/roll and .15c per print, so really cheap.

You can develop BW scan yourself, which is a nice and affordable start.

cheers
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>>3466639
The tetenal colour kits are idiot proof too if you wanna do colour

But I think tetenal went broke
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>>3466600
>pentax 67ii
>Is there any reason not to?

Yes. It's called the RB67.
But really, your Pentax will be fine. If you're jumping to medium format for the first time then you're gonna love the negatives. People nitpick and shit, but pretty much any medium format camera is worth it if in working condition.
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>>3466600
Mirror slap
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>>3466644
I sold my rb67 so raise funds for this one
Loved it but I really want that 105mm
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>>3466639
Im also from germany
sounds fun, will give it a try
can you recommend me any camera? should I buy one on ebay or go to the local store?
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>>3466644
>rb67
good luck hauling that shit around
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>>3466345
i just go straight into developing with no preheating is the tank. Don't see any issues arising from it.

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>>3466660
Nice photo anon
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>>3466649

For film go to DM, they have the Kodak Gold 200 three pack, also you can develop the film there. At my store it takes 7-10 days. You can also find Kodak Ultramax 400, but its more expensive.

Personally I bought the cameras on ebay, which was no problem.

I currently use the Canonet 28 and QL17, which I like a lot. It depends if you want a SLR or a rangefinder.

For SLR look for Nikon F2, Canon AE1, Olympus OM1 or similar. For rangefinder there are tons of options, check a few youtube videos you ll find everything you need.

Keep your eyes open what kind of battery is needed for the camera, many used mercury batteries which are no longer sold. You can substitute them with zink air batteries which are used in hearing aids. some cameras might need an adapter so that the battery fits inside (like my canonet) but you can find those on ebay for 10€.

cheers

ps: shot on Zenit with old agfa film
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>>3466664
addition: fixed lens rangefinder seem to be cheaper these days, as a lot of people adapt old lenses on mirrorless bodies and the prices have risen quite a lot.
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>>3466654
>>rb67
>good luck hauling that shit around
Good luck having any strength in your arms.
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>>3466667
>>3466654
I used to carry mine around everywhere
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>>3466668
>I used to carry mine around everywhere
Same here. I shoot mostly handheld with the adjustable grip. Film, lenses, etc in backpack. People don't realize that with the waist level finder it's super steady in hand.
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>>3466649
also look for Minolta cameras. prices are low and the lenses are fantastic.
early ones, the minolta SRT line is pretty good but uses the old mercury battery. you can go around it with 675 hearing aid cells, but for the most trouble-free experience look for later models, like the Minolta XD7, the X-700, X-500 or X-300.

also the Pentax ME Super is a real sweet camera to use, and it's quite light and compact.
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>>3466660
good to know. thanks for the answers man. your photos look so clean and nice. I'm looking into start doing c-41 dev at home. I've had enough with the local lab, 7 out of 10 rolls come back full of white stain spots everywhere from dirty chemicals.
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>>3466669
I always used to accidentally press in the little safety knob that the dark slide presses in with my wrist

Took me ages to figure out that my camera wasn't actually broken I was just holding it funny
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>>3466672
Not him but I'm getting back into film but I'm just gonna be sending my rolls to the find lab

I can't buy home dev kits anymore in my country
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This is why you don't wait four months to develop your slides. Fuck you greenshift.

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>>3466735
Those are just bokeh balls what do you mean?
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>>3466735
ebil
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>>3466735
i've waited upwards of a year to dev film. never had colour shifts.
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>>3466320

i haven't used it yet but im sure if you could search around and find it. it was quite expensive for what it is though.
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Anyone here have experience with the Plustek Opticfilm 120? I have a Plustek 8100 but have started shooting MF again and need a good scanner. Fucking hated using flatbeds in the past for MF.
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Just got scans back from a new lab I wanted to try. What the fuck is up with them being so yellow and blown out? Also the fuckers scratched my negatives on the left side.

Could it be a development error or are the scans just shit?

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>>3466675
hope your lab treats you well. the single lab around here doesn't get enough orders to justify taking proper care of their chemicals. leaves me with no option than to home dev if I want clean negs.
as for the kits, can't get them here either. but I can buy the kodak chemistry just fine. people around here do it for home c-41 dev altough it's kind of expensive as it's meant for larger volumes, but there's some guys who repackage it in smaller quantities for roughly the same prices as a tetenal kit.
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>>3466886
>scratched my negatives
it might be the damn scan machine scratching them with worn out rollers or whatever. I used to get my rolls all scratched exactly like that until I stopped requesting the lab to scan them.

as for the blown out and color cast, totally scan issue. they also most likely cropped your photos.

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>>3466649
DM, Müller, Rossmann. Local DM recently had Agfa Precisa on sale for 4eur per film.
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>>3466933
same pic but from the lab scan. I wasn't aware I was getting all my photos cropped until I got the plustek and started scanning at home
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>>3466641
I agree—their kits are pretty easy to use. I’ve never ruined a roll using their chemicals. Are other brands any different though? I’d think they’re more or less the same.
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>>3466957
Bleach and fix can be separate baths.
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>>3467044
Oh, that’s interesting. I’d always assumed blix was a universal thing for c-41 process.
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a year ago I sold off all of my point and shoot cameras
this week I have been looking at a bunch of rollei 35s and olympus trips, almost bought one
then I remembered I don't have much of a need for a compact 35mm
the edc camera bug is such a hard one to get rid of
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>>3467117
Not as small as a P&S, but a film rebel with the 40mm pancake would be a pretty decent, small-ish setup.
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>>3467117
i bought the minolta tc-1 boxed...totally mint condition for 100€ and iam not kidding...
used it like 3 months but shot only 4 films bc this winter was too depressing for me
i decided to sell it on ebay...sold for 800€
because some other guy from my country had it at the same price so i said fuck it and sold for 800 aswell
buyer was from china...

part 2
decided to buy a used plustek
browse...and find the 7200 for fucking 45€
bought...happy and satisfied with it !
also found 2 boxes ilford p3 400 surverilance film for 40€ each box (30,5m)
also ordered tons of useless shit from aliexpress

part3
2 weeks went by...decided to buy a macro lens, light table etc. to scann my 120/220 film
and 35mm for the sprockets
can't find anything good, look up for epson flatbed
>i'd be happy with a v300 or less
find v800 for 200€....messaged the seller and currently just waiting for him to find the lost filmholders, will buy it anyways
iam such a lucky person but time & patience plays a big role too !


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ilford p3 400, hc-110, contax g2, scanned with the plustek 7200

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should i buy this for $5?
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>>3467151
That's not one of the good trips.

You can take it from me--if there's anyone who knows shitty trips, it's ac.
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Wait, X-tra 400 got discontinued?

It isn’t listed on the board, nor is it for sale.

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>>3467164
I swear if provia ever gets cancelled I'm gonna an hero
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>>3467164
fuji said fuck foreigners and decided to keep the japanese market's premium 400 variant only
nippon ichiban
nippon banzai
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>>3467136
got it, it's pretty decent. It's appreciably larger than a compact though
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>>3467190

Here's some examples

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>>3466946
What lab were you using.

Do labs often crop in on photos?
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>>3467151
Do it for 5 smackers. A 27mm lens on a compact is pretty unique
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>>3467213
Fujifilm store lab. they have all fuji equipment so scanner is definitely some sort of Frontier. they get the whole roll scanned in less than 10 minutes, with next to none operator input so I'm guessing everything is in full auto and it does some trimming all around to avoid getting the film mask in the scan, but this is crazy.

dunno if other labs do the same, or if the machine is setup to do it. I wasn't aware of it until I scanned the negs at home with the plustek.

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>>3467174

It is getting hard to find, and the other iso variants of it have all been killed off.

It is next.

>>3467186

Premium is the better film though.

Plus you can still get X-tra marked as “Business Use” bulk packages.
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>>3467323
Provia 400 is worth its weight in gold now
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>>3467190
For sure. Have you considered a rangefinder?
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>>3467337
Mfw got 9 packages (5 film each box) of
220 provia
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>>3467344
Yeah what speed?
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>>3467337

I shot my last roll at my daughters first shrine visit. Got some awesome shots, though a good third was underexposed.
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>>3467347
Provia 100f
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>>3467323
>it's getting hard to find

uh, are you blind AND retarded?

>>3467366
who cares then lol
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>>3467337
Mfw I snagged up a 120 pro pack of 400x for 20 aus bucks a few months back
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>>3467378

It is always sold out near me.
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>>3467387
where do you live. ive literally never seen it sold out. b&h, freestyle, amazon japan, etc
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>>3467386
yfw it turns out looking like this

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When is kodak gonna release E100 in 120
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>>3467396
Never
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>>3467390
Lol eat shit it turned out great expired in 2012.
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>>3467403
nice color correcting
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Hello, newbie here, I found those and I don't know how to check if they work before buying film for it

Is there any way I can do that ?
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>>3467422
The film pack for those have a battery built into it which powers the camera
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>>3467396
When you give them more money
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>>3467396
how many rolls of 35mm have you bought?

if it's less than at least a dozen yer not really helping
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>>3467430
>>3467426
lel Ive never even owned a 35mm camera
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>>3467151
If it works, $5 is a good price. As the other anon said, 27mm is a bit novel, and it's got a flash as well. Exposure looks like Holga, i.e. f/11, f/8, f/8 with flash. Focusing looks like an infinity meniscus, but presumably the lens is at least glass. Thumb-wind, I'm gonna guess.

Certainly not a "good" camera, and not a "sharp" lens, but probably worth $5 if you're gonna shoot at least two rolls on it, and maybe a single mile better than a disposable.
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>>3467396
This summer. July according to my sources
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>>3464880
Wretched beast as subject matter. Very yikes. FAS-style nose too, this isn't the good upward nose angle, but the sort that daughter's get if their mothers had taken up the bottle during those months in the womb. That's no surprise though. How else would one wind up such a sensualist? Obesity. Carnality. Aposematism. The fact that such a specimen turned out to be such is is a consequence of the antecedent. Compounding her problem, are the unhealthily pallid skin, a sign of life long sun deprivation damning her to vitamin D deficiency with resulting mental deterioration, and the heavy applications of transdermic cosmetics, manufactured in the wonderful nations of India and China where lead and methymercury are common trace constituents, which no doubt, have also leached into her brain for years on end. Woefully, it is too late for this woman. My bet is she will be on the streets, institutionalized, or six feet under from an overdose in less than a decade.
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>>3467434
that's unfortunate
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>>3467542
It's the norm.
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>>3467548
if you're 12
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>>3464880
>his camera can't shoot at 1/16000
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>>3464889
>none of the better cameras cost more than $30 or so on ebay
The EOS 1, and 3 are still more than that.
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>>3465157
I have an F with the engraved gothic F Logo
No typical micro prism in the finder but there iss a round spot in the middle (like a third of the frame in diameter) that is a precision ground glass or something, the in focus parts really pop and it's very intuitive
focusing is no issue, maybe if you are wearing glasses it isn't that great idk

it's a fantasic camera, VERY satisfying machanical feeling, good lenses with a ton of character and it looks super sexy imo

take this lazy shot of mine, basically mint and never used before I got it, box and all. Just the lens was missing but I found a matching one in Tokyo in great condition.
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>>3464889
>TL;DR shutter speed is the least important thing about a film camera.

Tru. Shooting an OG Zenit or vest pocket cameras with 1/125, 1/30 and T to choose from, you quickly realise it's simple as dirt to work around.
Really makes you twonder what the fuck Canon was thinking when they went balls deep on shutter-priority SLR's.

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>>3464945
shiet niqqa, this light...
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>>3467647
>with the engraved gothic F Logo
They wouldn't do that today, would they?
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>>3467654
I don't think they ever did that on another camera before or after...

So sad!
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>>3467647
there iss a round spot in the middle that is a precision ground glass or something, the in focus parts really pop and it's very intuitive
focusing is no issue

Oh shit. Glad to hear it. I'll keep my eye out for one. Thanks anon.
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>>3463913
>>3464661
theyre definately good and a blast to shoot with.
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>>3467434
Then buy more 120 film
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>>3467151

>wide compact
>no Daido Moriyama tax

do eeet

Calibrated the rangefinder in the FED-2 yesterday, it is the first camera I did a complete full CLA on myself and the test roll is in. I checked the close focus against my Df and it seems to be accurate.
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>>3467652
DESU, I'm nearly always parked on 1/125th. Only deviate from that when light gets low.

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>>3463978

Should, just make sure the trigger voltage is the same as your Fuji. Almost found out the hard way my 285 Thyristor could have smoked my Df because it has way different trigger voltages, some are 6v and others are 12v, the old 5D I had was so old and designed to work when those flashes were still commonplace in the market you can trigger 285's all day with it.
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>>3463432

Fungus isn't as bad as you would think, some of my absolute best and most highly-praised images on /p/ ever were shot on 20 dollar lenses with fungus in them, pic related.

If the fungus is around the outside of the lens elements most of the time you won't have any issues and you can get bargain prices for baller glass because gearfags won't touch them. I snatched up my Nikon 180 2.8 ED for 90 bucks doing that, and it has a huge fucking gouge on the front element too and even shooting into the sun or points of light there are no issues.

If the fungus is thick enough you can get hazing on the element and that does affect image quality. I have a Sigma 135 2.8 with that problem and it's on the front element luckily so I'm going to try my hand at lens repair and see if I can get the front element off to clean it.

Sometimes fungus can damage the coatings on the lenses too, depending on the element and what you are shooting, that can also damage it. But for the most part, light fungus won't be a dealbreaker for image quality even if you pixel peep.

Do make sure though, those fungus lenses are sat out in the sunlight for extended periods of time, I used to do mine all day on the porch. As long as you can kill it with UV radiation it won't spread to other lenses.

tl:dr; no big deal, go shoot your shit.

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>>3463238
Put my super scratched up Mju II up online for an absurd $350 aus buck bc why the fuck not and in about an hour I've already got 2 people who are interested LOL.
Can't believe how fucking overhyped these cameras are
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>>3467889
Yeah ridiculous, I bought a Oly Trip 35 for 5,- a few years ago and now they go for 30-40. I should have bought a truckload of small compacts a decade ago and could have made a fortune. I wanted to get a Mju II but am not going to pay the current price. What is so special about the Mju II anyway? The look, the weather resistance? Was it in a tv-series?
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>>3467886
seriously get the fuck out of this thread with your digipleb shitty photos

>>3467899
it's honestly a nice camera. very fast and reliable af (compared to similarly priced meme cameras), the shape makes it extremely pocketable, and ya...weather resistance is quite unique. i'd pay $100 for one happily. for the price they go for now though? fuck no i'll take a $20 point and shit and $300 of film instead.
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>>3467899
>What is so special about the Mju II anyway? The look, the weather resistance? Was it in a tv-series?
It's been memed into thinghood for years now. Nothing else. Used to be 6€ apiece three years ago, just another Olympus compact that won some awards (like Oly often did back then) and had a decent lens despite being the smallest. Sort of like film GRs and Minoxes, but not because of celebrity value; just that the camera is famous for being famous.

Also, fuck cameras that eat batteries that cost 6€ apiece as well! Driving a motor with batteries, hory shitto.
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>>3467956
>Used to be 6€ apiece three years ago

that's a blatant lie unless you're talking about lucky thrift finds

They were selling for ~$50usd on eBay auctions and on forums in the mid 2000s
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>>3467975
Lucky craigslist eqv. find, actually. Back when that particular site was still obscure and for the nerds. Worst part? It looked so cheap I ghosted the seller.

I was also disinclined to get CR123s or whatever it is it asks for, and the video that says "it's so easy to turn on, all i have to do is slide the front cover and hit the flash button twice" and the flash button is a fucking rubber chiclet which I can just tell by looking it's not gonna have positive feedback that I've actually hit the damn button twice.

So yeah. I'm happy with another compact. 11st roll in it since February. Loving the zone focus.
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>>3467979
>Lucky craigslist eqv. find, actually. Back when that particular site was still obscure and for the nerds. Worst part? It looked so cheap I ghosted the seller.
3 years ago... Have you been in a coma for like the last decade? The mju ii has been stupidly over priced since Terry Richardson started shooting with it.
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>>3467979
so ya, they weren't 6euro three years ago. you found one for 6euro three years ago. big difference.

otherwise yashica t4s were $5 a year ago, nikon 80-200mm 2.8 lenses were $8 six years ago, and hasselblad xpans were $400 ten years ago because that's what i found them for.
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>>3467164
Xtra 400 doesn't exist in Japan. Just use Premium, I'm suspecting they are the same thing anyway.
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I bought a new camera and found a roll of exposed kodak verichrome pan inside, probably from the 60s. How should I develop it in Rodinal?

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>>3467886

where was this photo taken? is it in thailand?
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>>3467999
You're correct. However, either way the price three years ago was low enough to suggest mju-2's are in a bubble. Do photo gear bubbles pop, I wonder?

>>3468014
The cheat mode for black and white in Rodinal is 1+100, at least 500ml thereof, at room temperature for one hour. Agitate gently for first 30 seconds, then four inversions at the half hour mark. Generally this produces a result of some kind.
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>>3467337
>>3467347
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>>3467387
guuuuuyyyssss
anon here >>3467344
also this me too >>3467147

not here to fucking brag or something
just found a pack of exp. films for 70 buckaroooss
includes 44 rollfilm
within that 8x provia x8
and portra 160nc 220 x5
rest are 120 tri x 320, portra 160, ektachrome etc

sincerly with best regards and best wishes to you all film shooters, your lucky anon
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>>3468137
i ment to say
8x provia 400
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>>3468137
Is it 400 or 400x?
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New bread
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I'm just getting in to med format (been out of the hobby for years) and I'm not set up for processing yet. I'm shooting 120, mostly b&w.



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