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>Community Links:
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase
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how many rolls did you shoot last year?
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>>3982655
Like 3 at the most I think. I don't shoot at a high rate. This year I'll be shooting more though.
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>>3982655
Probably 120 ish rolls of 120 for work and then like 10 mixed for personal.
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>>3982655
Two and two thirds
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>>3982655
0
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>>3982655
No idea. A lot of shit though.
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>>3982655
about 40 i'd say. 10 of those was shot in a span of 2 weeks though since i was in southern france
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>>3982655
maybe like 20-something in the four months i've been fucking around with film?


if you're not good, you can at least be prolific

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>>3982655
124 rolls

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>>3982655
40
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>>3982655
45 but 3 of those were polaroids and maybe like 6 were 24 frame rolls
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>>3982586
where's the pic she took?
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>>3982586
I have my mom's old camera, it's a "braun sr2000" which apparently isn't an actual braun but something made by minolta, it looks good though. I'm thinking of using it but films are quite expensive where I live and revealing the pictures won't be cheap either. So is shooting film really worth it? Also, can I scan them with my own printer or does it absolutely require require some specific shit? I'm not really interested in printing just having them on digital
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>>3983174
>braun sr2000
lmao this looks so janky. good luck it might not work.
>is shooting film really worth it?
obviously for anons in here it is. do you like how photos on film look? if you do and the process is enjoyable then it's probably worth it for you as well.
>can I scan them with my own printer
the scanner on top of your printer is probably terrible but it will work and probably be fine if you're starting out and just want an idea of what your stuff looks like. the scans will be negatives though so you'll need to flip the colors in lightroom or photoshop. the place that develops them should have a scanning option that sometimes wont cost much more if they're developing your roll already.
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>>3982586
That bird probably clawed the fuck out of the lens doing that.
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>>3983204
>What is a UV filter
looks to be one on there, also being as film benefited from these as well as the lens it's very likely there would be one
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>>3982586
I'm still hanging out to see this photo but taking a look the shutter is on the other side, so this has now gone to a 0/10 snapshit in my mind
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>>3982834
Nice shot. Would make a good print.
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>>3983207
It is! its a scan of a 6x9 ra-4 print. I don't post film scans much because my flatbed is a piece of shit.
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>>3982655
0
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>>3982655
2 rolls. I didn't start shooting film until August 2021. My third roll ever (first of 2022) is in my camera rn. It's Ilford XP2 Super. Haven't shot B&W film before so it should be fun.

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>>3983183
I tried scanning some old films and they look god awful so that's out of the question now. As for the camera is it really bad? My mom used it a lot and her old pictures don't look bad, it's also in excellent condition. Film cameras are quite cheap all things considered but I'm not about to spend money on one since on average I can only buy like 3 rolls of film for the price of a camera
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>>3983262
XP2 is not B&W in traditional sense
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gonna dump some
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>>3983390
I love spotmatics
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>>3983391

i feel like my composition is weird sometimes
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>>3983393
i'm currently gnawing my way through a bulk roll of HP5+.

anybody got any fun tips for processing with rodinal? I usually shoot at 800 ISO and stand develop.
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why do i want this exact combo so badly am i an autism
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>>3982586
incredible photo i wish life was still interesting
>>3983390
cool
>>3983394
nice shapes/lines
>I usually shoot at 800 ISO and stand develop.
i have awful experience with stand development. nasty bromide drag, inconsistent exposure. just use normal agitation. also try pyrocat-hd as an alternative
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>new camera arrives
>film still in the post
fug :DDD
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what light meter app should I use on Android?
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>>3982586
old : >>3975948
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>>3983395
bessa is chink garbage. avoid
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>>3983550
this is fgt not fag
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>>3983571
what? the fuck
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>>3983653
just get a leica u poor faggot lmao
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>>3983659
i'll be straight up, i thought leicas were all like 10k, i had no idea a leica 6 was under 5k
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>>3983661
they are surprisingly affordable and will last your life. resale is amazing. no point coping with asian trash clones like bessa
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>>3983662
>they are surprisingly affordable
you're a fatass
>will last your life
so will a zeiss ikon or a bessa r3m or a zorki or a canon p or literally anything else
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>>3983661
10k sounds about right with some leica glass. don't drop it
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>>3983662
>asian trash clones
you're literally a fatass
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>>3983714
>>3983720
oh no the little ricecel is mad lmao. get good and maybe ull actually get a decent normal salary and afford a proper camera?
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>>3983721
i have infinite money because i am an adult
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read/watch any leica shooter and they will tell you that the cameras are extremely enjoyable to use but also extremely unnecessary and they don't generally recommended them because of the cost involved
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>>3983721
>>3983662
>>3983659
>>3983571
where's the m6 your mom bought you? post a pic
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>>3983429
The one with the oldctimey light meter logo, the tan/leather colored
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>>3983721
Post cameras peasant
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>>3983642
I'm fucking retarded, my bad

>>3982586
old : >>3975816
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>>3983662
“Asian trash” rofl the minolta CLE is one of the best m-mount cameras ever made, 20 years ahead of the m7 (and is still better)

Anyway you’re all retards, cameras don’t matter it’s just a box with a hole. Spend your money on good glass.
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Is the film Fuji or Kodak in these AgfaPhoto LeBox disposable cameras?

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people were being nicer talking about soviet rangefinders last thread. leica confirmed a shit.
>>3983882
it's not just the last of their agfacolor?
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>>3983923
idk. i may need to buy one at some point and disassemble it. i just took 39exp iso800 film out from kodak disposable camera.
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>>3983390
>>3983390
Love that photo!

Gonna dump some stuff from the last two rolls I've shot too. Nothing special but at least something to look at.

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>>3983948

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>>3983950

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>>3983951

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>>3983953

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>>3983954

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>>3983955

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>>3983956

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>>3983958

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>>3983959

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>>3983944
they look good anon, is it hp5 pushed 1 stop?
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>>3983960

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>>3983961
Thanks! It's actually AGFA APX 200 pushed one stop if I remember correctly.

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>>3983963

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>>3983964

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>>3983963
kek, that's KA
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>>3983970
What does KA mean?
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>>3983395
because it's fucking awesome is why
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>>3983929
How do you go about removing the film?
Shoot the whole roll in darkness then just open it?
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I fucking miss Japan, and the availability and pricing of film there
Bought 3 rolls of Kodak Gold for 10 bucks in a small shop, and Superia Premium as well as Fuji Venus are fucking incredible

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>>3983973
Sry, I've mistaken it for another city. It's obv Bielefeld.
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>>3983979
It is! Didn't thought anyone would recognise that corner of the city!
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>>3983978
It's really just too bad all those great stocks are now dead...
Ah well, I'm having fun experimenting once again with digital at least

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Any of you film guys shoots with strobes?
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>>3983989
i'm guessing less than 5% of the anons in this thread have ever shot any portraits so i'm gonna say no
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>>3983994
Lame
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>>3983976
exactly. the film is wounded backwards on disposables, so just shoot every frame in complete darkness until the film is rolled back inside the cartridge. the only tricky part is to get the film lead out from the cartridge. there are proper tools for it, but i used cardboard and tape. i accidentally ruined at least 5 frames pulling the film out too roughly. but fortunately it was 39 exp film, so i have at least 30 frames to use.
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I wonder what it looks like when you shoot film with really high resolution modern-day lenses. Like take an old Canon EF film body and attach a really high-end manual lens, Laowa/Zeiss etc.

Is anyone doing this?
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>>3982655
Like 15
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>>3984083
People are doing it alot with with L-lenses on old Nikon film bodies.
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>>3984083
I have a nice Tamron 35 1.8 Di USD and have shot 135 on it with a Minolta. The results are nice but a sharp film era prime seems close imo.
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>>3984083
Canon EF bodies are still in wide use
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I'm thinking of stepping up from mamiya 645 to a rollei 6008, thoughts? Mainly for the glass but also because I think it looks neat.
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>>3982655
1 120 roll
at least 50 35 rolls
at least 10 polaroid packs
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>>3984083
Every F100 shooter does this
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>>3984083
it probably doesn't make much of a difference since the bottleneck for sharpness here is obviously the film
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>>3984243
Nikon lenses aren't very modern or sharp though.
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>>3984167
Post your Mamiya pics
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why do you guys shoot medium format? Why wouldn't you just shoot on 35 or digital? This isn't some weird attack i'm genuinely interested, i was under the impression 120 is basically as sharp as digital.
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>>3982586

Is there any use in pulling c41?
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>>3984520
I like the way film looks and mf film looks better than 35mm
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>>3984520
I have a retard squirrel brain and need something clunky to get in my way of snapshitting
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I have a Canon EF body that does not have working electronics, so I am not able to get the full features of the camera. There is a shop near me that has a Canon A-1 used in fair condition. Should I sell my EF to get the A-1?
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>>3982586

Fingers stained from handing a wet BW leader, am i gon die
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>>3984645
What and how many lenses do you have already?
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>>3984520
>why do you guys shoot medium format? Why wouldn't you just shoot on 35 or digital?
I do normally shoot digital. When I want to shoot film, I shoot 645 because of the IQ jump from 35mm.

>i was under the impression 120 is basically as sharp as digital.
I would rank 645 around the same IQ level as my APS-C bodies. But my high resolution FF I would rank higher than 6x9.
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>>3984648
Just one lens. A Vivitar 28 (or maybe 35, i forget which)-90mm zoom lens
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>>3984739
does it come with a lens? if so then yeah sure, it looks clean.
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>>3984645
My main camera is a A1 and I was actually thinking about getting a EF instead. My main reasoning is that you have no full manual control with the A1 which gets really annoying and confusing at times. You can stop down the lens and control the aperture manually but if you do that the camera will automatically shoot in aperture priority. So just be aware that you'll be giving away full manual control. If you liked your ef you might want to pick up a ftb ql - they are still very cheap.
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>>3984739
35e is what Id pay but 50 is still fine
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>>3984867
Yeah. I own a Pentax P30T and Minolta Maxxum 400si, both of which give me full manual control. I've bought and sold a few 70s SLR's and I'm missing that hefty, all metal construction. The problem is I just have a hard time finding ones in decent fully working condition (mostly the light meters and other electronic systems). How bright is the viewfinder on the A1? The Pentax P30T and my Olympus OM1 I had were exceptionally big and bright and are some of my favorite viewfinders I've used.

I will say that the EF only has a microprosm focusing patch. That might be a deal breaker for some people. No way to swap out the focusing screen, so you're stuck with that
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how do i clean the focusing screen
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>>3985010
take it off (if you can)
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The lab scans I get are 6048 by 4011 pixels with a pixel resolution of 72 (I think those are the DPI?) So if I get an epson v600 with a dpi of 6400 x 9600 will those be better (and cheaper in the long run obv)? Or is it actually scanning at a lower resolution and just stretching it?
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>>3985083
Flatbeds suck for 35mm. Get a dedicated scanner or "scan" using a digital camera and macro lens.
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>>3984922
Like I said if you like that hefty metal construction and liked the (non)-ergonomics of the ef you might like the FtB aswell! Get them while they are still dirt cheap. They too only have a microprism focusing screen though.

I do in fact also own an om2 and can tell you that the viewfinder of the A1 is a bit smaller and not as bright. But my om2 is unrivaled in these regards anyways. In the end I'd say go for the A1 if you can pick up one for a decent price. Check if it has that ugly shutter squeek - that's a common problem you can easily fix though.

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>>3985093
>dedicated scanner or "scan" using a digital camera and macro lens.
what price range we looking at for that? $500? $1500? (american)
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my x700 has started acting up but only in the cold. when the temperature drops to ~10c or less and i try to take a photo the camera will stop down the lens and then get stuck there.
nudging the mirror a couple of times will eventually allow it to take the photo.
i tried a new battery and managed to shoot 10 long exposures (5-10 seconds each) before it started acting up again.
heating up the battery with my breath allowed me to shoot another 2 frames before i called it quits.

is this the start of the dreaded capacitor issue or am i looking at something else?
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>>3985106
Tahnks for the info. I've had my eyes on FTBn's in the past and almost got that or a Minolta XGM but decided on the Pentax P30T instead. The A1 is at the local shop for $35 and rated as "ugly" but looks fine to me. Used, sure, but not like dented or anything. I'll have to see how it performs, but my gut says to go FTB/FTBn or grab a ton of lenses for the Pentax instead
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>>3985273
35$ is a great price if it only has cosmetic imperfections - there's nothing much that could go wrong at that price tbqh!
The FtB is great fun and takes normal wein cells without an adapter. If you need any input on the FtB just ask.
I might also add: I had the most consistently well exposed/ in focus results with my FtB. Not sure why though.

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>>3985297
Yeah, I'm looking into doing FTB. Thanks for all the help and suggestions! I've been looking into canon because those fd lenses are just gorgeous. I like my EF, and it does work perfectly, mechanically, but having to use an external meter all the time is tedious
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>>3985300
Yeah fd lenses are really great and also still quite affordable. I love my 35mm f/3.5.
What external meter do you use? I just got a zorki 4 and I'm still using my phone to meter which sucks~
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>>3985304
I got some kind of generic incodent light meter from a junk bin at my local shop. It's pretty old. Doesn't take batteries, all mechanical. I also use my phone. I just don't know which one is correct. My phone, the incident meter and my Minolta Maxxum (which has a known good meter) will all measure different. If I knew which one to trust, I'd probably be more happy using a meter for the EF
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>>3985305
Understandable... I feel like my phone often times gives jank readings aswell. I thought about using my oly epl8 as a light meter but taking a digital camera with me to be the light meter for a film camera kinda defeats the purpose.
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>>3985313
Same thoughts for me with the Minolta. I guess I could save up for a modern meter and hope for the best
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>>3985316
There's a way to get a keks lightmeter for way less than it's retail price by ordering it directly from the Chinese manufacturer. A quick google search should give you the reddit thread that describes how to do it. I'm thinking about going that route.
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>>3984083
Shots on my Leica ASPH summicron 35 look amazing cause there’s little flare or anything really. It’s pretty fun to combine an imperfect medium with a pretty perfect lens
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>>3984520
I shoot medium format 6x9 mostly to be able to use a wide angle lens with 65mm focal length. I do like the look of film as well but that’s not really the main reason for me. As such I rarely shoot 35mm cause i might as well get a full frame digital.

Recently been wanting to get into 4x5 to really maximise that focal length vs field of view ratio.
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>>3985083
Dpi means nothing on a screen, you can set yours to 10 million if you want it wont make a difference
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>>3984520
Lmao what is sharpness anon?
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>>3984650
How do you scan your film?
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>>3985187
If you are using lr44, try Cr1/3n
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>>3985313
i shot my first 2 rolls of film using a lightmeter app that would calculate the EV from using the camera (so I can spot meter). havent developed them yet but just by testing its off by like 2 stops always (e.g. extremely bright sun gives reading of 13-14). now instead I use the light sensor reading and it seems to be pretty accurate when comparing the same light to what my fuji digital camera says.
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>>3985374
i'm already on the lithium battery. the only choice up from here is sr44
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>>3985388
In this case you can try change lubricant.
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M Zorki 4 has a sluggish shutter when using the 1sec shutter speed - what's the easiest way of fixing that?
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>>3985472
Not shooting slow speeds at all. That's to say, limit yourself to 1/30, 1/125, and faster; not even 1/60 (since that's done by the slow-speed mechanism). Expecting something like a Zorki 4 to work reliably at all is a bit of a reach, so if yours works aside from the 1s speed then hey you must have got one that someone already CLA'd.
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are the nikon series e lenses any good? been thinking about getting the series e 28mm f2.8. apart from it looking shit, how do you think E glass holds up? it would be nice having something lightweight like this series E lens which only weighs like 150
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>>3985173
15 dollar extension tube with your digital camera of choice and a sharp prime like a 50mm or something if you wanna get off cheap.
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>>3985492
Optically they're just as good as non-E Nikkors of the time, since they're the same designs, same glass, and same coatings, but construction is cheaper. So for example the 50/1.8 E is almost a pancake lens that desperately needs a hood, and doesn't feel as good as (say) an OM-Zuiko 50/1.8 that's in a similar boat except for not being el cheapo aside from its kit-lens status.
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How bad is KEHs Ugly?
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>>3985340
Ever tried shooting CMS 20 with it? Shot some with my G Zeiss and really liked the look. Like a Leica Monochrome kinda feel.
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>>3985554
How did you use it, given the low speed?
Any scans?
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Zenit 12xp + kit Helios 44m-4 (17$ for all)
Kodak ColorPlus 200 (14$)

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when buying soviet cameras, are there any that I should outright avoid?
i see some things that say as that the quality dropped as time went on so some of the newest are actually the worst
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>>3985564
Comrades, do you send one picture at a time to America? In Russia on imageboards there are 4 without passcode, 6 with passcode.

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>>3985567
>to
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>>3985569
Last from Zenit, Helios and Colorplus for today.

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>>3985572
But i also have Agat 18k (8$) and Kodak Aerocolor 125 (6$)! I like this camera, even she gives the lightleaks.

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>>3985574
Yes, it's half format camera, smaller when a pack of cigarettes.

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>>3985567
Lovely. A half-frame zenit? Is it an MT-1?

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>>3985580
>Lovely. A half-frame zenit? Is it an MT-1?
No, it full frame zenit, 12xp. As half-frame i use AGAT 18k. All cameras, what i use now on related picture.
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>>3985565
>I see some things that say as that the quality dropped as time went on so some of the newest are actually the worst
wtf?
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>>3985663
It's exactly like that. Read up on the zorki.
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>>3985561
I just shot it during a bright summers day.

Here's one with some small detail. If you end up shooting it, dont do the mistake I did and over fix it. Anything over 45 seconds in the fixer will start to blow out your highlights like here, just pour, swirl 20 seconds and then stop bath.

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I was testing out my minolta's light meter after my previous roll's failures of pictures of the night. This time, my issue is not light, but steady hands ha.

I've been very excited to try out more photos at night/indoor with low lighting. I really want to practice portraits on my friends.

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>>3985809
just get a tripod/cable release, they seem bulky and annoying at first but you get used to it.
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>>3985565
Ive read that the "mir" Version of the Zorki 4 is the most reliable since it doesn't have the slower shutter speeds that often times cause problems.
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>>3985809
Honestly I wasted so much film trying to shoot at night without a stabilised lens. Just get one if youre gonna do it, dont shoot yourself in the leg like I did.
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Hey guys 2 questions: I picked up a minolta maxxum 8000 body (for 5 euros lol) but the camera doesn't always recognize that there's a lens, which means no aperture control. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? I think it's related to the lens release, because it doesn't always "catch", like you can usually just take off the lens without pressing in the little button.

Also, I was shooting some paper film (washi V) in an EE-pen and I accidentally advanced it too far and tore the film out of the cartridge. Should I just try and unspool it in a change bag and tray develop? I have no experience with this stuff.

Pic related, first roll developed from the 8000. Memochrome Metropolis.
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>>3985982
I din't know about the 8000, but I have a Maxxum 400si that doesn't recognize the lens unless you attach it while the camera is on. Give that a try and see what happens.
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Зeнит 12ХP + Гeлиoc 44м-4 (17$), Kodak Colorplus 200 (14$)
1 piece of Cake "Heжный" (0,91$)

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>>3983989
yes. It's a pain in the ass but not as hard as people think.
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>>3986018

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>>3986022
f/2...

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>>3986018
I couldn't quite get one for $17 but instead it will be around $35 delivered for mine
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>>3986028
Still very cheap.
I would like to buy some kind of capitalist camera with a 1/1000 exposure speed, but it costs at least 100-150 dollars is Russia, or exact same, but with shipping.
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Is there another website like lomography where you can look at all photos uploaded by lenses, film or camera? like i search on flickr and it seems to be organized by the exif data so for film it's just the scanner.
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>>3986028
Can't you buy on ebay from your country? I see different offers for about the same price. For example, there is a worse condition then mine and there is no cover, but the camera itself is the same.
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>>3986212
Ebay doesn't show the same stuff everywhere; it depends on where the seller is willing to ship. Hell I even get different listings for ebay.es and ebay.com for some reason. I can't see the listing in your picrel.
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>>3986144
if the dingbats uploading photos to flickr aren't completely retarded they will be tagging the photos with the camera/film information manually
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>>3986018
>>3986022
>>3986023
why in the fuck would you take a picture of this
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>>3986284
Have you tried "Item location: Worldwide" and "sort: time: newly listed"?
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>>3986289
fuck off to some gearthread nophoto, those are some great pics. The first one in particular.

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>>3986294
Is kentmere brown?
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>>3986307
No, it's blue and becomes brown when the negative is inverted. I tend to scan it in colour, and then sometimes make it greyscale in darktable depending on the shot. I usually leave it brown because I like it that way.
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>>3986289
>why in the fuck would you take a picture of this
Why not?
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>>3986312
>No, it’s blue

Oh wow
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>>3985173
plusteks are decent dedicated 35mm scanners, usually £100 - £200 on Ebay. Doesn't really matter which model number you get.
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I have an old Zenit B with a Helios 44-2 I picked up on Ebay. It's 100% functional (even the clockwork self-timer). I want to shoot a few rolls with it for funsies, but it has no light meter.

Is there a decent app that I can put on my Android phone to plug the data in and use it as a light meter? I have a cold shoe mount I can use to stick my phone on the camera. I learned to shoot with a manual light meter back in the '90s, but I'm too lazy to go back to that imprecise shit.

I'm also too lazy fucking google it. In return, here's a photo from 2002 that I took with a Canon AE-1 Program during a drive up the Alaska highway.
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>>3986493
>I want to shoot a few rolls with it for funsies, but it has no light meter.
Use phone light meter.
For android use "Exposure" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.chetverikov.exposure&hl=ru&gl=US
Works perfectly with my Pixel 3.
Also, you can use light meter - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.willblaschko.android.lightmeterv2.free&hl=ru&gl=US
I use it for films with non-standard ISO (Kodak Aerocolor 125, Kodak Vision 250D, expired films)
There is not so conveniently visible all available exposure values, but its functionality is much higher.
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Фoтик — зeнит12хp, плeнкa — кoдaк кoлopплюc 200, oюъeктив — гeлиoc-44

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>>3986608

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How many time I have to use the rool since I've shoot the first pic?
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>>3986482
honestly unless you can't get a coolscan i don't think there's a better option for that price. perhaps certain reflectas which can batch scan.
the only real big dick plustek is the 120 pro which scans at an actual 5600 dpi (while the other plusteks really do 3600) and it does medium format as well. it's about 2k though so not worth it.
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>>3986631
I paid 1000 euro for my OF 120, keep your eyes open and you could get a deal.
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>>3986607
>>3986608
>>3986609
very nice!
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>>3986212
I bought it from a seller in my country
With many listings in Russia and Ukraine the shipping alone is around $30
Mine arrived today in good condition, with a case, flash, and the manual and a small catalogue of other things sold by the particular distributor it was originally purchased

Luckily for me, I'm not working over the next few days and I have some film on hand, so I think it will be a few days of film photography for me
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>>3985565
All of the ones without leaf shutters unless you are confident in your ability to service shutter mechanisms.
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>>3986607
>>3986018
AЯe you retardet?
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>>3986744
>being so mad at your inability to take good pics
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is there an autistic database for films/packaging etc that spans back to the 30s-40s? looking for something similar to this, although this is one for cigarettes, but same idea.
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What are the actual benefits to T-grain film over regular cubic emulsions?
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>>3985730
That's a very striking picture.
What did you develop it in?
I did a test shot at ISO12 and developed in caffenol for a similar time I'd do for 100. It came out with blown highlights and underdeveloped shadows. Tried again at ISO6 and less development and the results seemed a little less sharp than I was hoping for, though I might not have focused my camera for the scan properly owing to the complete lack of resolvable grain.
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>>3986923
Benefits
> Sharper image
> Grain size equivalent to a slower cubic film
Drawbacks
> More expensive
> Less exposure latitude (usually)
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>>3986780
This exists: https://industrieplus.net/dxdatabase/
But it's not very good and I don't think it goes that far back.
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>>3986936
not bad, thank you so much.
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>>3986929
Don't forget it taking twice as long to fix and thus consuming fixer much faster.
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Going to a trip to Philly this weekend. Should I lug my film camera along? It's heavy, so I don't want to take it unless there's stuff worth photographing
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>>3986926
Adotech IV at ISO 20, per their instructions. Just in a regular paterson tank.

Its a microfilm specifically made to be developed in Adotech and will not look goid without it, regular developers will not create a photographic image per se, the contrast is only acceptable for stuff like document reproductions.

Try it out with Adotech, youll be pleasantly surprised.
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>>3987002
i personally find i like my photos when i know the area well. showing up someplace new for a weekend they just look so basic. spend $10-$20 at a thriftshop on a point and shoot or something though maybe.
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>>3982655
Almost 3, there's only a few exposures left on the one in my canera right now, but technically less since I fucked up like a third of one of them by being stupid and letting the film get jammed in my camera.
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>>3987072
i like when they show the film info or are actually cropped, i dont know about this in between. comfy shot though anon.
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So do you guys prefer Chocolate or Vanilla flavour Kodak Ultramax 400?

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>>3982655
>how many rolls did you shoot last year?
I shot roughly 3000 film photos. I can't figure out a good way to convert that number to rolls without manually counting, and that seems like a shitload of work--I got to around 60 when I was around halfway through, so probably around 120? But I shot 12, 24, 27, and 32-frame rolls of 35mm, and 120 in 6x9, 6x7, 645, 6x6, and 4x4, and I shot 24-frame rolls of 220, and I shot a couple of ten-packs of 4x5, and I shot some 8-frame Polaroid packs, and I shot some 10-frame Instax packs, and I shot some 24-frame 110 cartridges, and I shot a 12-frame roll of 35mm in a half-frame camera for a total of 24 frames, and I shot some 35mm adapted into a 6x7 for panoramics, so... Really hard to average it out into rolls.

If you just divide 3000 by 24 frames, though, it's 125 rolls. That sounds like a decent estimate.
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For checking a k1000, is there anything I've left off of this list?

Lens fungus
Aperture blades at all f stops
Shutter curtain at all shutter speeds
Battery chamber for oxidation
Battery check (set iso to 100 and shutter speed to b
Check cocking lever advances spool
Check film back plate
Check weather sealing
Check for green oxidation spots (is water damage)
sr44 battery to check lightmeter
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>>3987108
Post some photos
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>>3987140
See >>3928536
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>film didn't rewind correctly and i opeend the back
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>>3987274
When that happens, close it asap and you'll only lose a few frames.
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>>3987140
>Post some photos
I went through and picked out one shot per month to post. Here's January.

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>>3987140
February. Abandoned wasp home in front of an abandoned human home.

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>>3987140
March. Company that sold surplus heavy machinery parts and had just piles and piles of parts laid out in a huge yard.

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>>3987140
April. 35mm in a 6x9 folder.

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>>3987140
May pix

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>>3987140
Sad horse June

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>>3987140
Rootin' tootin' & shootin' July

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>>3987140
Fancy costume August

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>>3987140
September (but it's a lie because I'm really easy to censor)

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>>3987140
Lomo purple snake, October

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>>3987140
4x5 landscape, November

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>>3987140
Finally, lazy December dog.

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>>3983962
how do you get such sharp scans from the opticfilm? I had the 7400 and it was utter garbage.. Unsharp and it had digital noise in every scan
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>>3987282
>>3987284 (this is the best one)
extremely nice pictures anon

>>3987281
>>3987285
>>3987288
>>3987289
>>3987290
these are pretty great as well

>>3987283
>>3987292
not a fan tbqh

>>3987280
>>3987286
>>3987287
lucky
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ukfrens
where do you buy your film and where do you get it developed?
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>>3987357
>lucky
It's not really luck.

>not a fan tbqh
Here's a replacement April shot.

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>>3987357
Alternate December shot, since you hate dogs.

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>>3987426
analogue wonderland for film & they just started their in house development.
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>>3987446
>Here's a replacement April shot.
yup this is cool, it goes in the pretty great tier
>>3987448
>since you hate dogs.
i love dogs i just dont think pictures of a subject behind a fence look good AT ALL. and this alternate is the second best picture you've shared. the PIX picture i like the most, it's got great color, great composition and perfect subject imho (i know some will say the subject is corny, but it's fun, it looks good, i like it)
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>>3987426
eBay usually for the film, but otherwise just google for whatever is cheapest.

For dev I do it at home for b+w or if I have a large enough batch of e6 saved up. Otherwise I send it out to https://www.the-darkroom.co.uk/ for e6 or Nik and trick (for ECN2 in particular).
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>>3987135
does the K1000 really have weather sealing ???
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>>3987645
i think he meant the light seals lmao
>>3987135
unless it was included in "weather sealing" check the mirror damper/foam. check the hot shoe if you ever intend to use a flash with it. get some flash from goodwill and see if it works with its sync speeds
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Man this thread is dead. Barely any photos, no chat. Film really is over.
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need criticism on my scans, mostly for WB editing as I'm colorblind

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>>3987865

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>>3987884
Thanks for the (you)~~

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these are the scans I got back from the lab


... they're really bad, aren't they ?

(I know about the exposure, I tried pushing FP4+ to 800asa. I mean the image quality)

1/4

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>>3988027

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>>3988029
3/4

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4/4

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>>3988031
they look like they came from a flatbed. pretty crap!
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>>3988032
I think they did, I also think I'll try DSLR scanning, especially now that I have finally bought a "macro" lens (I just got a zuiko 50/3.5)
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>>3988034
that's gonna be infinitely better.

I just secured myself a Frontier for 1000 Europesos. Looking forward to picking it up in a few weeks!
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>>3987865
way too blue, but I still like it
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>last third of film didn't despool
for fuck sake
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>3000x2000
>6500x4250
Is it worth it to pay more for higher resolution scans on 35mm film?
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>>3988220
yes especially on 35mm
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/fgt/ bros, which 35mm camera do you rec for landscape only? I've moved from the center of a city which I never left to a tiny coastal town which barely even has streetlights and is surrounded by expansive nature. I'd like to try a variety of things to find what works best.
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>>3988235
something you can get cheap 28mm or 35mm lenses for so i say a canon eos but buying one of those used is gonna be sketchier with the electronics. so i donno..... nikon f2 i guess? are you coming from digital? if not you might just wanna get a cheap point and shoot with a 28mm or 35mm lens on it.
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>>3988235
any solid manual SLR, something like a NIkon FM3, or F2
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>>3988235
most nikon stuff from the 70s and early 80s. there are so many lenses (regular nikkor and series e, which are just built cheaper while maintaining the same quality glass). get something like a nikon FM perhaps, or an FA.
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>>3988241
>>3988244
I've been digital for years, fashion only and shows - non-stop lugging around loads of heavy kit, setting it up, taking it down, over and over.

Walking around my new home now and seeing the horizon in every direction has got me feeling like I need to try something new. Ideally looking for something really compact for better exploring. You both mentioned the F2 so I'll give that a look, if you have any ideas for something that'd be good on the move feel free to suggest. The idea of setting up a shot whilst the coastal wind is coming in freezing and fast isn't too appealing to me in the winter. I'll probably be scouting out loads of different things second-hand to try, even in beat-up quality, just to find something that feels good in my hands.
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Speaking of old Nikon cameras, is there any reason why I should buy an F3 instead of an FE2?

It seems like the FE2 is the best bang for your buck camera from this era.
Why does it go for less money than the F2 and F3 despite having significantly better features?
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>>3988255
I'll tell you in about a week when I get my F3. Hopefully everything is fine on that. I only got it because it was 110 euro (from japan). if not and the electronics are cooked, there isn't much to do. the mechanical shutter speed of 1/60 is too slow to use. I should've gotten an FA instead. at least it has a mechanical shutter speed of 1/250 like the FE2.
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>>3988257
The FE2 for some reason -- I wonder why that feature was added
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>>3988261
the M250 shutter speed? that's in case the electronics die or the batteries die on it. you can shoot it with that shutter speed and change the aperture accordingly
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>>3988248
>I've been digital for years, fashion only and shows - non-stop lugging around loads of heavy kit, setting it up, taking it down, over and over.
nikon f2 or pentax k1000
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>>3988284
Sorry I messed up the post completely -- I wanted to say the FE2 has double exposure for some reason
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>>3988291
its just a nikon thing i guess. they had it on practically all high-end/pro cameras they did after the F2. I think the first one to have it was the FE actually, then the F3 which launched a year or two later. FM2, FA, FE2 all had it
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>>3988241
>28mm for landscapes
lmao
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>>3988321
???
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>>3988323
??? have you ever shot landscape or are you some armchair photographer thinking you want wide as possible? Pro-tip: you don't want assloads of foreground in the majority of landscape shots.
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>>3988329
Pro-tip: post photos or no one cares
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>>3988332
you're the retard thinking you shoot landscape on 35mm with a 28. YOU post your ebin landscape photos with that combo so we can laugh at you.
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>>3988329
>you don't want assloads of foreground in the majority of landscape shots.
you wanna know how i know you're fat?
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>>3988335
lmao seethe
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>>3988334
Not the anon you’re responding to nophoto
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These were my first time doing Tri-x in D-76. grain looks very off in the shadows. I'll walk you through my process. maybe someone can spot something wrong.

>2 rolls of Tri-x shot at 320ish
>4ish month old batch of D-76 in container filled to the cap (used a water jug that a squeezed to reduce the volume)
>bunch of white flakes in the solution. seemed to be due to my hard tap water.
>prepared a 1:1 dilution, poured the D-76 in a funnel with a coffee filter to catch the white shit.
This is where I think I fucked up. could the coffee filter have introduced tiny fibers in the dev solution?
>Dev for 9:45min agitate for 10sec every minute
>stop bath 30sec
>fix 2:30min
>rinse everything under 20c tap water for 5min+
>add photoflo, stir lightly
>leave out to hang, no squeegee.
>scan with minolta dual IV

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>>3988381
everything looks OK from what you’re describing. perhaps a bit longer in the fix though. the only thing you’re not mentioning and what I suspect is the issue is temp. change during dev, stop and fix.
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>>3988257
>the mechanical shutter speed of 1/60 is too slow to use
F3's mechanical shutter speed is 1/80th, not 1/60th.

Also: When you get it, don't freak out if the light meter seems locked at 1/80th for the first few shots--it doesn't actually start metering properly until the frame counter gets to frame 1.

(Source: Just got an F3 a few weeks ago and thought it was broken for a bit because of that)
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>>3988461
ah yes, my bad. yeah I know about it only firing/metering in 1/80 until you land on 1. How many times do you have to fire the shutter? On my other SLRs I usually do 1 with the back open then 2 closed which puts me on 0.
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Gear question frens (pic is mine tho)

I think I'm gonna bite the bullet and buy a Contax T2. It might be expensive but due to its wide iso range and exposure compensation that makes it the most versatile pocketable camera with AF and flash. Meaning I could put inside almost any film, and if it's not DX coded I can still go +/- 2EV around 100iso using exposure compensation. Another option is Nikon 35ti but it's bulkier and I have the money so why not go all the way.

Do you know of any alternative having wide range of ISO, exposure compensation, AF and flash ?

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>>3988536
I would choose the Fuji Klasse over the T2 any day, i have one and i loooove it. It's the original one though, the newer Klasse s would be the best model to get
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>>3988546
That seems indeed a solide alternative. Is it more compat than the T2 ?
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>>3988548
They're more or less the same size
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>>3988536
might as well get a mju lol
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>>3988553
Ok I'll read some tests, thanks for the good suggestion

>>3988557
No exposure compensation so non DX film has to be ISO 100, smaller iso range, and you have to turn off the flash every time you turn it on which I know will get anoying especially that it's 3 pushes of a button. So it's definitely less versatile. There is no manual control, although that is not a priority for me. Moreover I read the AF is not 100% reliable.

I'm gonna buy only one pocket film camera, can't chose one that has those issues.
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>>3988561
https://youtu.be/NF_7ZixUg58
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>>3988248
I would definitely look into any of the small Pentaxes. They're among the smallest 35mm SLRs around and they tend to be far cheaper than comparable cameras.

If you're willing to spend ~$400, definitely look into the Pentax LX. It has everything you need for doing landscapes in a tiny form factor. There are excellent lenses that are readily available, too, like the K 28mm f/3.5.
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>>3988561
You can buy DX coded stickers it’s what I use on my T4. Also why I sold my T2.
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hey guys, deciding between those 2 cams, any thoughts on which to take? price is same on both
1/2
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>>3988693
my ml broke after one roll. very shitty plasticky thing. wouldnt recommend.
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>>3988698
okay man thanks. it did look shitty but im suspicious regarding this one bc 30.- for all this >>3988694 seems too little
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>>3988581
Thanks, I'd probably pick a W but they are very similar aren't they

>>3988604
Seems a bit tedious but thanks for the info
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>>3988411
>what I suspect is the issue is temp. change during dev, stop and fix.
that might have been it, I didn't pre-soak my stop and fixer to get them to temp. but it's winter here, so room temperature is around 21C. I'd be surprised if that affected the crystals this much.

Still, it's a good guess and something I'll remember to do next time.

I've also got this ultrasonic humidifier running, and it's got this awful habit of leaving white residue on all exposed plastic over time. I'm slightly suspecting that it might have gotten on the film while it was drying in microscopic amounts.
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should i cop this
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>>3988781
looks like a gamble to me, probably not
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>>3988784
bc it looks wasted so may be broken? or why?
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>>3988785
looks a little worn and a month or two someone else in here was having issues with an fs-1 because of the electronics. it was the kinda thing where if those are gone the camera is bricked.
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>>3988789
damn
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>>3984520
Literally only so I have something to run through the shitty old box cameras I pick up at antique stores lol
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>>3988699
honestly cosina 4000s aren't worth that much really. it's a good price for one.
check for minolta SRT on le bon coin, I just looked through and there are some decent options sub 100 eur in nice
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>>3988775
if it's a degree or so in change I don't think it's enough, but if it increased OR decreased a fair bit from starting dev to washing it in water way colder than the rest of the solutions it definitely could be that. i've had something similar happen when I ran water off the tap with one of those paterson hoses for about 10 minutes and I didn't fix enough for a delta film.

my home is a dust ridden mess so I usually run the shower for a bit and dev in the bathroom since the steam and hot water makes the dust settle.
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>>3988869
thanks
couldnt find one in nice unfortunately, leboncoin sometimes gives offers for cities which you havent specified. 17 in cote dazur but none in nice;_;
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>>3988869
>. it's a good price for one.
do you think it would be worth it tho?
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>>3988869
this one maybe?
mostly people ghost me when i ask to meet them irl, that ill bring a battery and film to try if it the camera works lol..
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what about this one
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>>3988889
this is a really good price and camera, especially with two pieces of glass. not much can go wrong with this since it's mechanical and only requires a battery for the light meter. worst case it needs a CLA since the shutter speeds can be off or the light meter is dead.

hell, 25 eur is worth it for the lenses alone
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>>3988902
you have me convinced fren, thanks
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>>3988902
wait nvm this one is already fucking sold FUCK, why would it still be on the fucking site FUCK MAN FUCK
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>>3988889
just buy nikon f3
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>>3988914
completely different price range bro

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>>3988928
that's true but just buy it. You will be happy with this baby
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>>3988466
>How many times do you have to fire the shutter?
Three shots from the time the back's closed.

(Also, it does actually *take* the pre-frame-one exposures, so if you want to load it in a dark changing bag and then manually figure out the right aperture to go with that 1/80th shutter speed to eke every last drop of emulsion out of your roll, you can do so)
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>>3988693
>>3988694
>>3988885
>>3988889
Any of those are fine.

Honestly, if you're spending enough money on a 35mm film camera for it to matter, you're either doing it wrong or you shouldn't need to ask us.

If you're just wanting to fuck around with film, hit up your local antique stores and find an old but functional SLR for around twenty bucks, then just go shoot. The differences between various 35mm cameras in a given class are pretty minor--the Nikon FG that I got for free and the Nikon F3 that I spent $150 on both work basically the same, the only real differences are a few bells and whistles I don't much care about and the fact that I could deflect a bullet with the F3 if I really needed to.
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>>3989020
okay thanks, perfect
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>>3989066
go with this >>3988889 though if you dont find anything in antique shops. or something like that from an antique shop. something all mechanical with a lens mount that was super common.
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>>3989079
i would, unfortunately its already sold:/
>something all mechanical with a lens mount that was super common.
thanks for the tip
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>>3989080
sometimes you can find Nikon FE or Olympus OM10 for around 30 bucks with a lens, they're som eof the best choices for a beginner
Anything Canon with a manual mode also
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French anon here, leboncoin is full of retards, don't expect to find much by searching for specific things. Search for "argentique" or "minolta" or anything that SCREAMS at anyone with 2 brain cells who might want to sell it.

More over, don't gimp yourself by only looking at PACA listings. LBC now has a delivery service, I've used it pretty extensively (and with several hundreds euros items) and you can definitely trust it. Just make sure to pay either via the system leboncoin put in place, or if the seller is reluctant, paypal goods and service.

I say this as an advice, but if something is too sketchy, just ditch it, film cameras are dime a dozen, you'll find another good deal down the road. I will also say this, don't pay the prices of les ateliers de marinette, they are straight up a rip-off.

Happy to give more pieces of advice if you have any questions :D
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>>3989156
>LBC now has a delivery service, I've used it pretty extensively (and with several hundreds euros items) and you can definitely trust it.
im just scared theyll sell broken cams, since they can just write they dont know the condition and take away all responsibility like that
> I will also say this, don't pay the prices of les ateliers de marinette, they are straight up a rip-off.
thanks lol
>Happy to give more pieces of advice if you have any questions :D
thanks french bro. dont really have any right now, except if you know a french analog camera online shop that doesnt overprice or sell broken stuff?:D
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what are some good devs for fast films?
i've always used microphen for stuff like tmax/delta 3200 or pushed tri-x/hp5 but it's no longer in stock anywhere in my country and i need a replacement.
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I actually bought the minolta cord l the 16 feet version and am using the tripod my telescope comes with!

It’s how I took this photo(screenshot because of file size) after the self timer and walking to the beach(running back and forth was exhausting!)

I took pictures indoor with 400 for christmas/new years. Looking forward to the results!

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