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This is the Film General Thread.
It's ok to post film gear questions in this thread.
It is better to post your film photos in this thread.

>Shooting film does make you gay, unless you shoot it through a Spotmatic.

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I miss my Ricoh R1S :*(

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What brand of microfibre cloth is best for de-dusting negs? I was looking at the Ilford ones. They say not to ever wash it, which I find puzzling. Would it not eventually become too saturated with dust?
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The only good image that turned out for me from Fuji 400

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Anyone know why this happened on my last roll? I shot around 250 shutter and it was properly exposed on the light meter. Minolta X700. It was a dreary day, but didn’t expect the colors to be this drained

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What's the difference between the k100 and the spotmatic? I have both and desu they seem pretty similar to me senpai
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>>3753736
Give more info anon.
Is this fresh colour film? Lab scan?
If I had to guess with no other info, I'd say very underexposed and the scanner on auto mode tried to compensate.
Exposure seems uneven too, so if you say the metering was correct, then it seems to be a sticky shutter. Does your camera have a horizontally travelling shutter?
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>>3753736
What film is this?
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>>3753661
>Any idea what caused this error? Shot on a Kodak Retina IIa. It only effected these three frames. Id assumed leaky bellows, but i light checked them and didn't find any pinholes.

Repostin the question

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>>3753744
Thanks for the help
It was shot on Fuji 400. Three pictures turned out like this in the middle of the roll right before 4-5 frames that were completely blank. I may have shot on a wrong iso on accident, but the half a roll before that turned out relatively fine, if slightly underexposed. See photo.
It is a horizontal shutter, but I got it checked at the camera shop and they didn’t see a shutter issue during the testing. My buddy’s camera does this at 1000 shutter, but totally fine under that. This was 100% not at a fast shutter speed, so I’m not sure if a sticky shutter is the answer.
Thanks again for any advice
* I get this developed and digitized at the local camera shop. You think this may be from an error on their end?

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>>3753757
Whats your negative look like? Use an app like Kodak Mobile Film Scanner to see it as a positive and see if its still all fuckered.
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Been thinking of getting an S2 but the awkwardly placed shutter-release and body-mounted focus wheel is turning me off. Anyone with experience?
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>>3753737
You'd be right. The k1000 is built off of the spotmatic chassis. It has a little bit more plastic (the later chinese k1000 have even more) but the only real difference is the lens mount and open aperture metering. Spotmatics are well built, cheap, and have a wide lens selection. That's all.
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Took my Nikon FM2 for a spin with Velvia 50

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>>3753887

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>>3753893

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>>3753895
Spam over, let me know what you think, this was my first rodeo with slide film.

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>>3753887
Just use any digicam from 07-11 lmao
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>>3753757
>Three pictures turned out like this in the middle of the roll right before 4-5 frames that were completely blank.
Then it sounds like the shutter didn't fire properly. Could it be dying batteries? Did the rest of the roll (after those blank frames) look normal, with the same batteries? Even wrong iso doesn't give totally blank shots, though a couple stops of underexposure could be due to accidentally turning the iso dial or EV compensation.
Also no it doesn't seem like a lab issue.

Is this the first roll you're shooting? Or you shot multiple rolls and this just happened for the first time?
Usually a blank shot means the shutter didn't fire. That could be either to dead battery, or bad connection somewhere, or more rarely some dirt in the electromagnets (for electronically controlled shutters), or even more rarely a malfunction in the circuit board of the camera.
Those things can be intermittent, so it's not unusual to have an issue for a couple frames every X amount of frames, with the rest turning out fine.
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>>3753899
spoken like a true nophoto
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>>3753920
>>>3753757
>>Three pictures turned out like this in the middle of the roll right before 4-5 frames that were completely blank.
>Then it sounds like the shutter didn't fire properly. Could it be dying batteries?
Its a leaf shutter, so i wouldn't expect it to make this particular pattern, but i could be wrong. No batteries on this camera.
Did the rest of the roll (after those blank frames) look normal, with the same batteries?
Yeah everything else was fine
>Even wrong iso doesn't give totally blank shots, though a couple stops of underexposure could be due to accidentally turning the iso dial or EV compensation.
Hasnt got those setting either lol
>Also no it doesn't seem like a lab issue.
>Is this the first roll you're shooting? Or you shot multiple rolls and this just happened for the first time?
Shot with this one before and its the first time ive seen this, totally random
>Usually a blank shot means the shutter didn't fire. That could be either to dead battery, or bad connection somewhere, or more rarely some dirt in the electromagnets (for electronically controlled shutters), or even more rarely a malfunction in the circuit board of the camera.
>Those things can be intermittent, so it's not unusual to have an issue for a couple frames every X amount of frames, with the rest turning out fine.
It also bleeds outside the frame borders, which makes me thing light got in from... somewhere?

Stock image of this type of camera since ilcant be assed to go take a picture of mine

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Developed my first color film, finally. I'm slacking so hard. I feel like shit. Anyways, this roll was from last year, maybe even the year before? I don't know. How's the editing, with that I mean turning it into a positive? I don't have a calibrated monitor, it's pretty shitty too I guess. It's Portra 400.

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>>3753929
Anon did you mix replies? I thought you mentioned Minolta X700.
Are you maybe talking about this (>>3753756) instead?
The latter is lightleaks coming from the back/sides.
As you said they spread into the sprocket holes, any pinholes in the bellows and the frame gate would keep it contained within the frame bounds.
Check the back for any lightseals if the camera is using lightseals (some german cameras in the 50's used light traps instead), and also check the top plate and back latch lever for any missing screws or deteriorated lightseals.
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>>3753936
Those are both me, yeah, but no Minolta. BUT good call on light from the back, ill do an inspection.
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Should I get a b/w enlarger or a color one?

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>>3753934
Sorry for spam. Left is slightly adjusted because right looked a bit cyanish in circle. Can anyone tell me which one looks better, more neutral?

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>>3753954
The adusted one looks better. The other one makes them look sickly.
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>>3753921
Sorry not a single person likes these anon
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>>3753825
Robert Capa used it as his main camera, it can't be too bad.
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i shoot digital nearly 100% of the time at waist level. thoughts on the nikon f with the waist level viewfinder?
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>>3753775
cool app, weird how I never knew it existed. quality is crap though, but it's fine for a quick look. thanks anon
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>>3754070
>>>3753775 (You)
>cool app, weird how I never knew it existed. quality is crap though, but it's fine for a quick look. thanks anon
Oh, totally. But its handy for peeping your shots when they come out of the dev tank, or for diagnosing if an issue is on the negative or from a scan. I use it a lot to get a feel for which shots are and arent worth scanning sp i don't wast time on the bad ones
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>>3754085
do you mean DSLR scanning? when i use a real scanner it shows thumbs for the whole strip, so it's not required
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>>3754065
35mm waist level is ass.
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>>3754065
35mm waist level is dope if you like to zone focus. I pretty much always shot my Canon F-1 with one.
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How expensive is the average anamorphic lens again ? Really want a wide as shit FOV with some beautiful ass bokeh
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What focal length lenses would be optimal for shots like these ?
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>>3754090
>DSLR Scanning
I do, yeah. Slumming it one at a time here
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>>3753920
Hey there, I think the other guy may have been confused, this is OP regarding the Minolta X700
Yes, the shots that were messed up/blank were all on a single day. I shot the rest of the roll later that week, and the rest of the film turned out just fine. I changed my batteries a few months ago, and the light meter hasn’t shown any issues since, but I’ll change the batteries again just in case just to rule that out if it happens again. Not sure how to check for a light leak or additional shutter issues other then just doing a test without film, which the camera shop guy did and didn’t see anything particular.
Thanks again for any additional advice.
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>>3753920
Also, I’ve shot 10 rolls on this camera without issue
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>>3754130
35-28
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I recently got a Smena 8 and did some test shots on a B&W 35mm that is still in date. Most photos came out like this, but not all of them. Did I completely fuck up the shots, or is there some sort of light bleed going on?

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>>3754126
nice. im interested in hearing about other old low budget cameras that i can do this with
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>>3754184
I meant Smena 8M

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>>3754122
why is it your ass
>35mm waist level is ass.
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>>3754186

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>>3754189

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>>3754186
This one at the very least is a double exposure. Not sure if the others are or not. Check your negatives, is there bleed over between frames?
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>>3754185
You'll probably find that the WLF alone costs what the camera does in most cases. Try to find a camera that comes with one, hopefully it will be a bit cheaper than buying them separately.

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>>3754187
It's too small to make things out well from waist height distance with just a 35mm size ground glass. A 6x6 is the smallest to be comfortable. Might just be my eyesight though.
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i was developing a roll on microphen and i just noticed
it says "1 month in half full tightly capped bottles, 4 months in deep tank with floating lid, 6 months in full, airtight bottle"
why is a tank with a floating lid better at keeping developer than a half full bottle?
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>>3754319
Half full bottle has more air.
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>>3754197
Yea, some are definitely multiple exposure shots. Haven't got my negatives back yet, I'll check that once I get them
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>>3754185
Some old prakticas and the EXA 1B and 1C have waist level finders.
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>>3753700
I had two. First one arrived broken. Second one broke half way through my second roll with it. That's just the R1 I'm afraid. Conceptually really interesting camera, but unfortunately it will let you down.
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People on Etsy are actually paying over $400 for a OM10 and some cheap ass lenses. I'm in the wrong business, gotta start flipping cheap cameras to hipsters.
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>>3754504
Only reason mine broke is I dropped it and didn't notice a piece fell off. Hoping to find a parts camera to salvage the part off sometime.
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>>3754528
Ain't nobody paying that anon lol
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>>3754528
Isn't OM-10 the shitty one without full manual option? I saw one at a thrift store for 4 euro recently.
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>>3754547
You can get a manual adapter that mounts on the front of the OM10 that let's you select shutter speed. It mounts in a stupid place and is a bitch to use though.
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Why do I keep hearing that 645 is equivalent to around 45 mpx? I get 11400x8810 scans where small text on street signs and even distant window shades are resolved. Thats a 100 mpx. Who started this meme? Epson?
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>>3754185
Make one out of sturdy cardboard
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>>3754130
~30mm is ideal if you want a photo where the vanishing lines make an X.
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>>3754129
Very. Like big hollywood production money. Like 12k+. Any anamorphic lens that covers full frame is a rare gem made for behemoth cameras like Panavision and youll be bidding against people like JJ Abrams at that point. Most movies were shot on a much snaller area than 35mm full frame mind you.

I guess you could try one of those Sirui lenses on a apsc rangefinder (if those even exist lol).
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Any Pentax users here? I was wondering about the difference between the MG and the MX.
Has anyone tried those and what did you think of them?
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>>3753949
How much experience do you have
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>>3754680
There comes a point when any extra 'resolution' isn't actually resolving anymore detail. You're just making your files retarded big via digital interpolation for no real benefit.
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>>3754701
I own two MXs. Great body if you dont need auto exposure. Small as can be.
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>>3754709
Its not interpolation. 5300 is what the scanner resolves. I've scanned plenty with shit scanners in the past and I know how soft interpolation makes things look.
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>>3754711
I don't use auto ever. This is nice to hear! I like the idea of being able to carry it around in my jacket pocket. Would you know the difference with the MG? because there is a MG that is selling for 44 euros and it's either that or I'll look for a MX
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>>3753676
Anybody have experience with under water slrs? Are they too old these days to keep seal?
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>>3754721
I can't think of a single underwater SLR. Nikonos are awesome though.
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>>3754717
Its automatic instead of manual controls.
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>>3754723
Yeah not slr, but a film body anyway. Theres a Prima for 20 euros at a local pawn shop, might cop it anyway, not much more than a roll of film
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>>3754724
So if I'm not too retarded the MX is manual and the MG auto?
Thanks anon I'll consider it then.
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>>3754730
Yes.
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i can't decide if i want to try and find a canon p or a mamiya rb67/ pentax 67. i havent shot with a rangefinder or medium format and im equally interested in both. i think i'm leaning towards MF
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>>3754778
Honestly, this is a pretty wack mindset to be in. If its literally just about gearfagging flip a coin. A P can be an easy every day carry whereas an RB67 is going to only get taken out for very specific photo reasons.
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>>3753890
Looks relaxing, slide film does give this some magic. I would have tried shooting this without the leaves (at the top) in frame if that was possible.
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>>3754778
If you havent owned a MF yet, try out a 645 first. Trust me, youll take out a 645 10 times as often with you as a rb67
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>>3754065
Just shoot with TLR camera then my dude, you will look more hipster and less creeper
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>>3755013
i would consider an affordable tlr. am considering it. i think they look fuckin' stupid though. dammit
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>>3755026
>>>3755013
>they look fuckin' stupid though. dammit
KILL THE HERETIC
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>>3755050
im sorry ok! IM SORRY. i can't tho. i want to like them so bad because the design is brilliant. but look at it. LOOK AT IT. its a fucking pencil box around your neck. dicks on top of ballsacks
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>>3755070
>implying that dicks and balls around your neck is a bad thing
Degeneracy
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>>3754703
A year of shooting and developing my self.
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Whats the closest film stock to the one used on the moon? It was some Kodak 70mm so maybe 120 Kodak Vision 3?
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Is this an issue with scanning or with exposure? Just got a roll of Kodak 400 back from the lab and about six shots are like this. Super dark on the right hand side, can't figure out why

There are plenty of other shots on the same roll which turned out great.

I am shooting on an OM-1n

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>>3755301
It was E-4 slide film. Some Ektachrome
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>>3755333
Shutter capping. Camera needs a service.
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>>3755339
Fuck sakes, this looks to be it. Thanks anon
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>>3755333
the burnt right edge looks kinda forced here
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just copped a nikon f3hp
what's the solid 35mm lens for it that won't cost a fortune seeing as it takes a tonne of nikon mounts apparently
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>>3755451
or fuck the 35 and get the 28 2.8

mainly for street/topographic
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>>3755451
Get the 35/2 it's an absolutely fantastic lens. If you prefer 50mm I'd take the 1.8 over the 1.4 everyday. It's better in absolutely every regard (of course a bit less low light capabilities) and it's basically a pancake.

If you want the budget set, get the 50/1.8 and the sovjet 35/2 MIR-24 N/H. It is F Mount and a wunderful lens. In my opinion it's just as good as the nikon 35/2. But you have to deal with the usual issues surrounding sovjet lenses.
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>>3755451
>>3755455
sorry I missed the part aboutonly wanting a 35. Get either the Nikon 35/2 odr MIR-24n 35/2. then if you want a wider angle as well I'd buy the 24/2.8 at a later date.
>>3755454
Absolutely fantastic lens as well. I'm not a fan of 28 but that's just because I take lot of portraits and the distortion gets ugly. But I also live in a small town wich is not cramped so 35mm is perfect for street.
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>>3755455
I already have a 50mm 1.8 which I like but I'm selling my nikon f and will probably bundle it with the body

what's the diff between the nikkor-o and the ai/ai-s models for the 35mm f2?
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>>3755463
It depends. If it's the one with the silver barrel it's most likely only single coated. I'm not sure about the 35/2 but I had a 35/2.8 Pre-Ai where the max aperture stopped down was 16 while the 35/2 AI goes to 22.

Another thing to consider is that even though the F3 takes the old lenses if it's not AI converted you have to keep pressing down the preview lever for the light meter to work because the lens can't tell the camera the set aperture. It works but is just a tiny bit inconvenient. For this reason the lens also can't be mounted on a lot of newer and digital cameras. If you plan on using the lens only on the F3 that's fine though.

My father has some non AI glass and F3&F2 and those lenses just feel so much more at home on the F2.
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>>3755466
Furthermore, for the F3 it does not matter if it's AI or AI-S. The AI-S features are mostly useless and for the FA/F100 (maybe some other cameras but I don't know).
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>>3753825
You can also focus with the lens, however if its anything like the contax, the lock on the focus wheel is bloody annoying and you find your camera stuck at infinity unless you click it often
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>>3755466
fuck I just copped a nikkor-o non AI for the f3
gonna ask for a refund like an idiot because I really don't want to have to hold down the preview lever every time I shoot, I use aperture priority a lot to take quick shots
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>>3755470
Ah shit- if you can't get a refund make sure that you flip up the small AI lever on the bayonett (camera) otherwise you might break it.

I also really encourage you to ake a look at the mir 24n/24h. It's native nikon F mount and AI. I think the reviews and examples you can find online speak for themselves. I'd even go as far as to say that it's one of or the best sovjet lens there is.
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>>3755470
Man I was scrolling and going to say whatever you do don't get the Nikkor-O but I'm too late. My friend had one and it flared all.the.time. He got annoyed and sold it quickly. Hope yours doesn't do that, maybe he just had a bad copy.
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Heya, recently got into film and im shopping around different labs in my area, this place is near my work but i have no idea if they did a good or bad job of developing/scanning, if thats something that can be quanitified
price is similar to other option, this was on kodak gold 200 35mm.
I noticed all the images have a little like burn or something along the top, but figured thats the scan alignment? thanks in advance for any input, im going to try another place with my next roll of the same film to see if I prefer them

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>>3755514
Why not just take th same roll to the other place and have them scan it? That way you can directly compare the results without extra variables of film, dev, light conditions, etc.
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>>3755516
oh good point, ill give it a shot, though part of it is I wanna see if the developing is any different.
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>>3755517
You're testing too many variables then. Do the images look different because of dev or because of scanning? You wouldn't know.

Also, C41 dev is a standardized process. You're going to more or less get the same results unless one shop is using old as fuck chemicals or something. I've used dozens of labs and they all give back negatives that Iook as I'd expect.
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>>3755532
Okay, thanks for the info Anon, ill get that roll re-scanned at the second place and decide based on that
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>>3754701
>>3754701
I had an MX for ages, i got it after suffering GAS to replace my spotmatic, bought a 50 f1.7 28 f2.8 and 85 f2 to go along with it. for some reason though I much preferred the old m42 takumar glass and the images I got from my spotmatic were better than what i could get from the mx with the k lenses.

Now years later Ive sold the MX and only shoot pentax spotties now, something about them is simpler and the ones without hotshoes have way more soul idk

but, its a decent camera, just expect that Pentax K glass wont keep you hooked on the system for long and you will eventually find a reason to go Nikon or rangefinder or for me Takumar

pic related shot on the MX with the 50

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>>3755472
Interesting, Ive never heard of this one. You got any sample photos coming out of it?
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>>3753676

Cinestill 800 came out very yellow in the same light as an earlier roll came out fine. All shots were taken in tungsten or mixed light. Immediately seeing the negs I knew something was off, theyre very very blue. The most obvious sign that something is not right is that even the halation is yellow, not red. Problem with the lab or the stock itself?
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>>3755571
Thanks anon! That is exactly what I'm looking for
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>>3755338
Really? What I wouldnt pay to get to look at them on a light table or projected straight from dia.
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>>3755333
Yeah, what >>3755339 said is my first guess too. Do you have a camera with a horizontally moving shutter? Can also review the negatives. If they show the same error you know its a camera issue. If not, its a scan problem.
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>>3753676
CAT scanner effect on film.

First time shooting sunny-16 so I missed a few exposures. But it really highlights how fucking hard these things are on film

Everything has a sort of noise in it. And it's constant

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>>3755660
Instead of being black, the entire negative is fogged with noise. Might've been a tad underexposed anyway which just exacerbates it.

Was Fuji Industrial 400 - and went through the CAT scanner at Schiphol Airport.

Slide films seemed unaffected. Velvia and Provia slides were perfect.

Kodak Ultramax and Fuji Superia were affected, but not to this degree - they were just that bit grainier but perfectly acceptable.

This stuff got nuked like a Chernobyl photo.
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>>3755661
And the image I meant to post with this.

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>>3755662
It's severely underexposed. Set your black point to get rid of the 'noise' at the cost of losing a little bit of information. The reason it looks like noise is because it's grain in an area without any information or contrasts.

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>>3755661
>>3755662
TIP: if the 'noise' is rainbow coloured...it's digital noise. So in this instance, it has nothing to do with xrays and simply has to do with your image being super underexposed and the scanner is trying hard as fuck to create an image with the thin negative.

I've had plenty of xray damaged film. This isn't xray damage...its bad scanning.
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>>3755670
I knew it was underexposed. I wanted the glow in the dark look with the blackness.
Everything on the roll has the same 'noise' on it, even stuff in full sun, in daylight where it's basically impossible to underexpose with ISO 400 film.

Unless someone didn't change the scan settings after the first few images.

>>3755672
Normally these people are fairly good at this. Maybe everyone makes a fuckup once in a while.
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>>3755678
These negatives would be visibly fucked up if these scans are accurate representations of them. How do the negs look?
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Can we get some contact sheet love up in this bish

Here’s an 11x14 contact I did last night

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Is being a gearfag the ultimate cope of someone who just can't make decent photos?
Like a failed sculptor who becomes art teacher
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Before I even get into this, where do you get film and developing chemicals?
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>>3755679
At an eyeball, they look 'fine'

The only thing obvious is that the entire film is a little darker in tint than some old Superia I have floating around.
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Are there any hasselblad worth it for an amateur? Are the cameras much more difficult for someone who only used SLRs?

I’m curious about the brand for some personal reasons but not sure where to start researching.
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>>3755715
No. Some people just like cameras.

>>3755813
Hasselblads are SLRs.
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>>3755820
I have a few minoltas and canon that i use. Are they much different in difficulty to use?
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>>3755837
No. The ideas of iso, shutter speed, and aperture are all the same. Film loading is different and takes watching a 2min YouTube video to learn. If you opt for a waist level finder, it can be weird at first and take a few outings to get used to. Odds are you won't get a viewfinder with a meter so you'll need a handheld meter. There are phone apps which work fine.

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>>3755660
Yeah I had the same experience with Portra and TriX. Took me sometime to realise because I didn't know they switched to those new CT scanners, so I started suspecting stuff like my temperature being off, or leaving the the camera in the sun at the beach etc.
But it's the fucking scanners. Uniform fog that makes everything grainy, especially in the shadows.
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>>3755720
The internet
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>>3755513
>>3755472
I got a mint condition nikkor-o that had been adapted to AI
guess we'll soon find out but from the demo pics off the person I bought it from there's no flare
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>>3753887
>>3753890
>>3753891
>>3753893
>>3753895
>>3753898

not a photographer but i love these anon, the first especially. reminds me of when i was a kid in the 2000's and saw photos like that in books.

induced a real emotional response.
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>>3755854
oof, this place in fog though. You gotta go back then. With b&w.
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Why is Ektachrome so shit? I've compared it to a whole bunch of Fuji slide film and its absolutely awful to work with.

The colours are shit, the contrast is shit. Why do people buy this film? Are they simply getting away with it because people just scan them and correct it in post? Wtf?
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>>3756501
That'd be dope. Looooong drive away and I don't have a car lol. There's similarish local spots that would be neato in fog though.

>>3756514
I wouldn't say it's shit...but I'm with you that it doesn't stand up to Provia. It gains contrast too quickly and the colours tend to be kinda wack. Provia is more mellow and natural.

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>>3756538
Looks like it was shot on a 2MP camera from a 2005 Nokia.
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thanks for the invaluable feedback

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I didn't do my research on delta 3200 and shot it box speed :(

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I just found a roll of gaf color print 80 with probably like 5 shots left on it.

anyone have any exp color-deving C22?
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>>3756613
You post the same shots in every fgt and they’re instantly recognizable for this digicam snapshot vibe.
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>>3756784
I've posted that photo twice on /p/ lol

I add photos to nearly every post I make so I'm not a nophoto.

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anyone know how bad an expired roll of cinestill 800t will turn out?
it's almost 2 years expired but been kept in a freezer the entire time
I assume it'll have that purple colour and look shit
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>>3756972
2 years is fine just shoot box speed
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>>3757027
I forgot to mention that it’a rated high at 800 anyways Kodak vision is 500 iso
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>>3757029
the cinestill site even says shoot it within the expiry period because you can get a purple hue to the film itself
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>>3757029
>>3757027
can I develop 800t with standard c41 chems?
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>>3757035
yes it’s made for C41 cross process
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I'm a beginner so bare with me here
got this Auto 110 Super as a hand me down and I don't know if it's broken or not. I replaced the batteries and can see the left in the view finder light up, but I here no picture click and I can't advance the film, this is with film in it. might just not know how it works, I don't know.
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>>3757027
You're not aware of how shit Cinestill is are you? It actually goes to shit real fast after expiry.

>>3757218
Google the manual
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>>3756710
What SHOULD you have done?
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>>3756972
Freezer is fine ignore any poorfags bitching about this film
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Wish me luck, anons. Just pulled this bad boy out of my Mercury II. I never found the end of the roll, but the frame counter was at 60/48 so either i was careful enough loading it to get an assload of bonus shots, or something went horribly wrong
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Can i use regular 35mm 67 filter thread round hood for Bronica sq 6x6 lens? My 80mm keeps flaring like crazy and I need to do something about it.
Also is there anyone who tried to 3D print square hood for Bronica? I have hard time justifying the cost of original part.

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>>3757608
Filters with standard thread sizes like 67mm don't care what format the camera is.

SUPER weird your 80mm is flaring. The optics are so fucking far recessed in the back and I've shot into the sun plenty with mine.
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>>3757609
I meant hood not filter.

It’s zenzanon 80 PS, so I’m also surprised. I thought they have better flare resistance pic rel.

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>>3757252
Pull-process it, I guess? But even then, I don't see how it would help...
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Talk me out of trading my RB67 kit with 50 and 180 for an older Fuji G690 Texas Leica with 100 f3.5
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>>3757639
No one cares fatty go away
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>>3757640

No u
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Ah, gotcha. Ya that's some wild flare can't say I've had that before and I use mostly S lenses on my SQ-A.

>>3757629
Are you sure you weren't exceeding your meter's EV range? Also, it shouldn't matter what speed you shot the film at so long as you developed it correctly.

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nikon has ended sales of the F6

https://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2020/11/the-nikon-f-april-1959-november-2020.html
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>>3757639
Just save up for another RB KL lens or an RZ67.
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>>3757741

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Bergger Pancro 400 shot on a RZ67 pro ii MF with 90mm lens

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>>3757648
Yea. Im starting the to thing the flaring is caused by something internal
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acros and nikkor 20mm 2.8?? i think

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>>3756514
it's not shit but it's not great either. The main reason people shoot with it is cause it's cheaper than provia and velvia, at least at the moment
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Portra 800 or Portra 400+1
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>>3758273
800
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>>3755013
this
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>>3758273
Seconding 800
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I'm new. Why do some people buy a micro four thirds camera then buy a speed booster to use better lenses when that person could have bought a camera with a price range similar to their micro four thirds camera + speed booster?

I was looking at a panasonic g85 but the speedbooster shit has me confused. What would be a camera with a price that's relatively equal to the g85 and speedboster? 4k would be cool.
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>>3758804
you might be in the wrong thread for that

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>>3758820
probably. which do you recommend?
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speedlight to go with my RB67 + nikon f3?

leaning toward a nikon sb-800
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>>3758828

/sqt/>>3758364

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>>3758838
Sb28 has served me well for a cheap price. Weird quirk, no optical slave feature. Great if you have triggers already.
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>>3758838
Noooo bro def the SB28. I used it with my F100 and now with my mamiyas. They’re like $75 new in box.
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>>3758860
>>3758846
I want ttl metering so the f3 with its weird hot shoe needs an adaptor
thinking the sb16a which comes with the as8 adaptor
only thing is then I think I'll need another adaptor instead of the as8 when I use it on the mamiya
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Been doing some handheld long-ish exposure pictures featuring the dust in my old childhood room. Nothing big but yee. (This was before I harnessed the power of the automatic dust removal of my plustek)

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>>3759181

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>>3759182

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>>3758872
Uuuhhh you can trigger the SB28 with a literal pc sync but whatever go the complicated route
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>>3758820
What film did you use? The sharpness is great!
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>>3759200
portra obviously
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>>3759227
Tbqh I've never shot portra. Well my first roll of portra is still in my camera - I still have to shoot 16 photos on it.
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>>3759229
im just guessing btw i didnt post that
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>>3759200
Kodak Gold 400
>>3759227
you think I have money to shoot pictures of soup on portra?

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>>3759285
gold and ultramax are the same but I still get them confused

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>>3753736
your camera's haunted
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>>3759181
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>>3759183
I think the computer's light is too distracting and you're ultimately just getting brown-on-brown with that background. Consider approaching from a different angle, maybe from above with the desk against the window or something
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>>3759660
True true. Back then I wasn't really thinking about what I was doing but when I saw how the pictures turned out it got me interested in doing something like that again.
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What kind of film do they use to make movie positives?
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>>3757639
Get a GW690 II or III with the 90mm 3.5. Trust me. The GW690 is a lot bigger, and the lenses are old as hell and not really coated.
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>>3753676

Why was there never a 3:2 fornat for 120 film in the same orientation as 645?
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>>3759260
nice shot and model but the tennis balls are annoying me
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>>3753898
I think you could crop the top part of the photo and straighten a bit. It threw me off a little bit. I like the color pattern
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>>3753949
Should’ve cropped the white car anon. Otherwise, amazing photo.
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hello /fagt/ my old friend
i've come to speak with you again..

after covid and life stuff, i finally had time to sort out my negatives
after culling a bunch of stuff, these are what i think worth keeping from 2018..
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>>3760402
and that's all
maybe in 2 years, i will cull these negs even more

btw thanks giannis for that bronica sq recommendation, such a solid system, been with me through all sorts of abuse for nearly 3 years now

and shameless self plug instagram.com/w.lain, where my /fgt/ bros at..
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I recently bought a Fuji GS645S Wide 60 that needed a good CLA and I did the CLA on it and it's like a new camera now, and I was so blown away by the image quality I'm thinking of selling my entire Soviet 35mm RF setup now.
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I just got a bunch of expired Velvia and Ektachrome for practically nothing. No idea what the expiration or storage conditions were. Should I just shoot two stops over and hope for the best?
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>>3760431
Nice, I wouldn't dump your other equipment too quickly though. You might want to shoot 35mm down the line when you want to work with something else.
>>3760511
As far as I know you shouldn't change box speed of slide film even when it's been expired for a long time.
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how often do you guys complete a roll of 35mm film?
i'm having a hard time finding interesting things to shoot cause my town is small and i've seen everything so many times, it doesn't look special to me anymore. so it usually takes me a couple of weeks to get 36 shots done.

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>be dumb redditor
>sell a $4000 camera for anything except cash
>get scammed
Many such cases!
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>>3760545
Sometimes within an hour, sometimes over a week or two. If you think your town or area is boring and you've got a free hour, drive a little ways away. It doesn't have to look special either to have good composition
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>>3755712
got a paterson contact print frame recently. from my last printing session and first test of that frame.

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>>3760545
If I’m out doing something with the lads, I try and shoot the entire 36-roll in one outing, otherwise the half-roll will sit in my camera for weeks and I hate that. If I’m out by myself, I rarely ever shoot more than 3-4 exposures per outing.
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so this happened earlier today...
>hungover as fuck
>friend comes over
>see him holding a roll of film
>thinking that its my test roll I decide to prank him
>take it out of his hands and pull the entire thing out
>"haha ruined"
>he looks at me like Im crazy
>I realize that it was his fresh roll of Ultramax
>nearly throw up for the sin I committed + hangover
>run to my fridge and grab him a roll of Pro 400H
>we laugh about it for the rest of the day
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>>3760581
that's kind of what i mean. my daily carry point and shoot films last even up to a month sometimes (more than a month now with the mandatory stay at home quarantine) but my purpose loaded films (events, outings etc.) last less than a couple of hours.

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Los Altos Skate Park
Albuquerque, NM

Kodak Double-X

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I have several questions:

Are there any manufacturers that produce entry level analog cameras with decent price/performance? Or should I just buy an old second hand one? If yes which ones would you recommend.

If I plan on developing the pictures myself, is it worth the hassle and are there any factors to consider?
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What's the most underrated rangefinder that has a fast 35mm lens?
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>>3760706
>produce entry level analog cameras
If by entry level you mean 35mm, no. They've just discontinued the F6, which isn't entry level, and as far as I know nobody is still making new 35mm cameras. Wikipedia still says they're making FM10 but Nikon's website doesn't really confirm. Unless you have money to drop on a Leica, you're getting secondhand.

>developing myself
It's pretty easy to develop, but consider how you plan to scan the film at a good quality as well as edit negatives if you're shooting those
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>>3760710
Olympus 35RC. 42mm f2.8, meter works pretty well.
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>>3760710
Any cheap m-mount body with the new 7artisans 35mm f1.4 internal focusing.
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Can i scan on my pixma printer or do I need some special sauce?
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>>3760710
You could get into a Leica CL with broken meter + 7artisans 35/1.4 for $400.
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>>3760974
>>3760938
>>3760736
What about a Konica Hexar AF ?
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Best f mount lens?
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>>3760710
You can get a contax G1 with the 35 f2 for like $600-700 mint condition.
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>>3760988
all things considered (price, optics, versatility) the 35mm f/2
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>>3760985
Also good option.

>>3760998
As far as wanting a RF for the experience...the G series would be not a good choice.
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>>3761040
Oh true it’s definitely a point and shoot
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>>3761041
I feel like I'd really enjoy a leica but man, I can't justify that price tag. I don't know what made the price of rangefinders increase so much in the last 5 - 10 years.
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>>3761101
>I don't know what made the price of rangefinders increase so much in the last 5 - 10 years.
meme tax
They became trendy, you see high rolling hipsters uploading their Leica pics with a Leica tag to instagram and shit (talking about real high rollers here, like Hollywood directors and such)
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What is this camera? The guy selling it is retarded so I can't get any better pictures
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>>3761141
Kodak pony, worth maybe 10$
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>>3761102
Yep its because of the meme tax not because film had a huge comeback

>that low iq cope
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Ohh that reminds me, gotta get my film developed. man, i really stopped doing photography this year...
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>>3761101
35mm voigtländer bessa's are a slightly cheaper option to leicas. Then you have all the russian rangefinders and the olympus XA, Agfa Optima 1535, konica c35/s2/s3.

Then you also have the medium format rangefinders like the fuji G and GW series, plenty of 645 rangefinders like the Konica Pearl and such.
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What is your opinion on digital backs?
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>>3760988
Zeiss Otus 85mm f1.4 ZF.2
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>>3761287
If you just check ebay once a day and focus on auctions and not BIN listings you can scoop up some great deals. These are just a few auctions from the past few months that I had in my watch list

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>>3761324
Any current digital back doesn't really belong on a film body anymore since they target 100MP+.
Old backs are quite fun but they are really slow to use. The modern Hasselblad back looks quite nice but it's only 44x33 so it doesn't really make a ton of sense on a 6x6 camera.
If you were to use some old back like a 22MP model on a camera you mostly shoot film on it can be a good tool for where a Polaroid would have worked in the past.
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>>3761287
>>3761443

Thanks friends, I've spent the bigger part of last night scouring the internet for that one hidden gem rangefinder camera. It's really starting to feel like all the ones that could be really great all have like 1 fatal dumb flaw that makes them not as interesting.

I was really hyped for the canonet ql17 giii when I learned about it, but the fact it only meters in shutter priority is absolutely ridiculous. did they do it to save battery life? I really don't know what they were thinking. and all of those fixed lens rangefinders from the 70s all seem to pull the same dumb shit.

I think I'll most likely settle on one of those more expensive RFs like the hexar RF, minolta CLE, and the likes since the price seems to be justified. but it still baffles me that camera manufacturers back in the 70s could come up with a rangefinder that was metered in manual mode when my fuji st-801 that came out the same year as the ql17 giii has a fucking LED TTL light meter and it doesn't even use mercury batteries.
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>>3761554
Rangefinder manufacturers didnt know what the fuck they were doing in the 70's and there was no incentive to because SLR's had already made them obsolescent.
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>>3760576
What paper size is this?
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>>3761448
Pretty much this. The only middle ground may be like DM33+ territory.
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Hey guys! I've been shooting film since I was a kid and my dad, who used to work in a studio, developed all my films for me. Now the studio is close, all the photographers in my family change to digital and I moved so I don't know where to develop my films. Have anyone try to develop at home? can anyone recommend me a good equipment to develop at home? any advice? Thanks in advance (and kind of sorry for my English)
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>>3760583
What does ultramax cost, like 3 bucks lol who cares
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Developed a roll of C-41 today and the whole thing was underdeveloped. Maybe my chems were too old, but I used them two weeks ago without any problems.
Only those shots that I overexposed were salvageable.
There must have been some precipitation reaction in my blix, but it worked fine. Still, all negatives are covered with fine chrystals.

>>3761571
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Wish I'd gotten the full tree in frame.
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>>3762081
you could always try cropping out the one on the right
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>>3761755
Temps? Accidental push?
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>>3762108
Temperature was at 38° C (double checked) and no pushing. The latter would lead to a dense negative, but these are very thin and the markings are very light as well, so clearly underdeveloped.
According to the manual, the dev should have been good for 3 more films, but I didn't want to risk another 2 rolls.
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This is a question about instant film, so get your pitchforks ready to kill me;

Is there anything I can treat instant film with, like some sort of wash, that will alter the outcome once exposed? Like a colour stain or some such thing? I expect not, since it isn't "film" like actual celluloid film but I thought i'd ask anyhow since you lads all know your stuff pretty well.
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Taken on a Pentax K1000, any thoughts?

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>>3762166
Why did you burn the highlights on the hair? Thought overblown looks worse than drab darkened patch?
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>>3762162
Plenty. But why?

Try lime or lemon juice.
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>>3762171
I just want to fuck around and see what happens, no deep meaning to it i'm afraid.
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>>3758804
thats such cool statue. brutalism is so cool sometimes
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>>3760389
sick
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>>3761141
It's not a SLR so I wouldn't know but these retards that don't photograph their gear clearly or accurately list it are actually a blessing. It was only a few months ago I picked up a Spotmatic with a clean Takumar 50/1.4 and some shitty zoom for 50aud. If they had have listed it properly so that non-autists could find it in their search results it would likely have sold the same day for 150-200.
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>>3762351
that's about the max I would have paid for that set up
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>>3762359
>that's about the max I would have paid for that set up
Same, but where are you going to find one cheaper?
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Superia 400 is pretty cool, I guess.

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>>3757671
They stopped manufacturing them a couple of years ago though, didn't they?
On a side note, someone should introduce this bloke to /p/
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copped some 2004 cold stored fuji superia 400
should I shoot it at box or 200?
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>>3762603
200, and shoot some at 100 just in case.
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When is bh going to get superia 400 back in stock????

I ordered some months ago without realizing it was back ordered. Is it kill?

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GENTLEMEN!

I have recently purchased an EOS 300 film DSLR to which I have attached my busted up nifty 50 which has dodgy focus. I'm waiting on some fresh batteries for it in the post. I have a roll of expired 1000iso film I intend to place inside it.

My question to you, is what should I take pictures of with this combination?
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>>3762655
tfw I just bought a box of lightly expired 40 rolls for 40 bucks.
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Is all film development going to be the same if its at standard settings? Ive got c41 i want to get developed but 3 different places to choose. Theres not like different methods that result in better quality is there?
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Big question anons, my friend fell took this point and I cannot get over it. How does one replicate this kind of glare/light/sun/refraction/whatever-it’s-called effect? Was he just extraordinarily lucky?


>>3762428
Superia 400 is the homie

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>>3762874 (Me)
>my friend fell took this point and I cannot get over it
Obviously fucked up my English. Meant to type “my friend took this photo and I cannot get over it”
sorry for the unnecessary thread bump but my autism couldn’t let it pass üncorrected
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>>3762874
but this photo is trash
the only redeeming feature is the nice light in the window which you can recreate by intentionally shooting nice light in windows

the rainbow flare is just a lens flare from the sun hitting the lens at a fairly straight on angle, not really something people aspire to achieve
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>>3760405
Amazing pics, love it, especially >>3760399, gives off those late night vibes.
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>>3762985
>but this photo is trash
Well I suppose that’s just your opinion
>not really something people aspire to achieve
sounds like untapped potential if you ask me. Fingers of god? Like a spirit of some kind has run through the photo. I back it. Thanks for the tip about direct sunlight, I’ll give it a go

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>>3763504
Cheap lens pointed directly at the sun with small aperture.
This was taken with a Konica C35 EF.
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>>3763517
>Cheap lens pointed directly at the sun with small aperture.
Thank you. I think I can work with this.
I love your photograph. Thank you.
Whelp /p/, see you in a couple months with more

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>>3763559
I hate that photo but ok, glad someone appreciates it.
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new f3hp arrived and the focusing screen is gross af
I've already tried cleaning the glass only with detergent in distilled water but can't get these marks off
any ideas?
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>>3763625
also have this weird thing where if I use the film advance lever it's not SUPER easy, a bit of tension to push it, but if I put the double exposure lever thing on the second advance/stroke is significantly lighter/easier
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>>3763634
Yes because youre only re-cocking the shutter with the double exposure switch.
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>>3763643
I swear my nikon F had a "lighter" shutter advance

https://streamable.com/xws6in
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>>3763654
Seems the same as my F3. The F and the F3 are completely different cameras.
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>>3763655
yeah? so much for "buttery" film advance, I mean it's pretty smooth but you couldn't exactly advance it with only one hand on the camera, needs another to keep it still
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>>3763656
Its a meme camera so its overhyped, i got mine because it looks awesome and i get to use cool nikon glass, anything else is a bonus
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>>3763625
I'm not 100% sure but I think you'll find that screen is more than one layer of glass sandwiched together and you're probably not going to have a fun time cleaning it even if you do remove it because moisture has gotten between the layers. And if you do remove it, make sure that you don't lose the arrangement of any shims that might come out with it or you'll never get any shot in focus again.
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>>3763625
Buy a mint one, sorry bud
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>>3763625
Might be the mirror coating and not the glass
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What is his endgame?

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>>3763732
>>3763690
I took the glass out, removed it from the frame, washed it and it's definitely one of the layers of glass that is stained, gonna try some alcohol on it later and if that doesn't work then I'll just make do

>>3763727
>>3763659
thing is, cosmetically this one is mint as hell, I just have no idea if the shutter advance is perfectly normal and I'm used to something a bit "looser"/softer and this is perfectly normal or not
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how big can i print an image from a Sekor C 90mm? can i make the longest side 3 ft long?
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>>3763902
as big as you want it to be
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Is E-6 really hard at home?
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>>3763771
to make me want to shoot super 8 and develop it at home
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>>3763902
Billboard size
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Got some great photos out of my old K1000 recently. These are shot on Ektar 100.

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Guys my dumbass just poured the stabilizer of my c-41 chem down the sink lol
what do ? can i use kodak photo flo instead or just hang them dry after bleach/ fixer ?
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Does The Darkroom have a policy on developing nudes?
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>>3764687
Velvia 50 same day, though with a cloud hanging over. Tried to salvage it from underexposure.

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got a non ai lens converted to ai for my F3
just realised now that I won't be able to see the f-stop in the viewfinder though
other than just setting the f stop by looking at it rather than looking through the viewfinder to adjust, wwyd?
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I can't find a single review of Rolleiflex cameras online that so much as call them flawed. Does anyone have any problems with them or are they genuinely just perfect cameras.
I'm really set on buying one.
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Came across a Bronica GS-1 in good condition at my local camera shop with a 150mm f/4 and the handgrip for $700 flat. Should I pull the trigger? I've already got a Mamiya M645 as my main MF shooter.
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>>3764688
I massively prefer the way the Velvia turned out. The underexposure adds a nice high contrast look.
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>>3765188
Thank you. I will however constrain myself in the future before I crush all my slides completely with clarity

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>>3765044
Meh, why? Just buy new glass and more backs for your 645
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Help

This canon 50mm fd lens doesnt move the aperture blades when i turn the aperture ring....i unfortunately have no camera body to attach and see if it then works when its attached to it
Is this normal or is it broken ?
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Currently working in an archive and found some old photos but couldn’t figure out the dimensions. This looks too long for a 6x7. My boss thinks it might be an APS film? Was shot back in 1993. Any ideas?

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>>3765720
Nvm i found it out with the pins
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>>3765771
It's 2:3 so it's 35mm film..
Sometimes, depending on the camera, you get wider photos than 36mm
I used to shoot on my contax and these were like 24x40mm
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>>3753676
Oh shit, I just got one of those.
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Bought a Bronica ETR-C a couple days ago. It's coming with a speed grip, a prism and waist-level finder, a 75mm f/2.8 lens and a 50mm f/2.8 wide angle lens. Are there any Bronicafags who can vouch for this camera? For 300-something it seemed like a great deal to me but I couldn't find a lot on the internet about this specific model, most of the wank seems to be focused on the ETRSi.
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Fresh thread

>>3766285
>>3766285
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Hi guys. Can you help me? Why are there blue spots at the bottom of the image?
Canon AE-1, fujifilm X-TRA 400. Is it problem camera or film lab?

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