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The Film Thread (Red Ring not Required) A place for Analog Photography Nuts to Talk

 
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Jul 28, 2011 02:11 as a reply to  @ post 12836006 |  #886

hmm im kind of thinking a RB67 with a 6x6 back. or maybe a SQ-a

i really want a 6x6 though. but i feel like getting a 1v would be so much more convenient, because i can share lenses with my 5d.




  
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Jul 28, 2011 02:25 |  #887

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Still scanning the film, but here's one from over the weekend - Mamiya RB67, Kodak Ektar 100

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I really like that.


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Jul 28, 2011 05:23 |  #888

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GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH. Just got outbid on an EOS 3 again. At the last second (literally).

Someone out there doesn't want me to buy this camera .


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Jul 28, 2011 07:43 |  #889

Hypnotizedd wrote in post #12836023 (external link)
hmm im kind of thinking a RB67 with a 6x6 back. or maybe a SQ-a

i really want a 6x6 though. but i feel like getting a 1v would be so much more convenient, because i can share lenses with my 5d.

I'm selling a Hasselblad 500c if you are really in love with that 6x6 :)


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Jul 28, 2011 09:57 as a reply to  @ helloagain36's post |  #890

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In fact the only 35mm film bodies i am look at is the Leica, but even the used one is still pricey, i can go with Canon but many recommended me the Nikon, and my friend who shoot film has Nikon film and Leica M6 only, and he told me that Leica is the best 35mm film camera out there, so it means i feel i want only Leica and it is pricey and even the Canon film will not cut down that, and this Canon film will never beat my MF and LF film, then what is another reasons i should go with 35mm? By the way, one friend gave my his old Canon EOS 5, it is not any much difference in weight over my Mamiya 7II or Fuji GSW690III, even my Canon 1Ds3 with 24-70 is heavier than my Hasselblad 501CM with 60mm lens or my friend 80mm.
The only thing with 35mm is better is that i can find more film types online over 120/sheets.

I do agree. MF is better than 35mm. :P But having EOS film camera has its benefits. The EOS 3000 that I have weights almost nothing (its like rebel series). And takes up very little place in the bag. :) So yeah for film (mostly B&W) shots it is great. But would never replace MF camera :)

(Also Mamiya 7 is ~£2000 the EOS film camera was £20)

Hypnotizedd wrote in post #12836023 (external link)
hmm im kind of thinking a RB67 with a 6x6 back. or maybe a SQ-a

i really want a 6x6 though. but i feel like getting a 1v would be so much more convenient, because i can share lenses with my 5d.

You know its like comparing apples and oranges... ?!


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Jul 28, 2011 12:53 |  #891

Here's some more shots.

Mamiya RB67, Mamiya-Sekor 90mm f/3.8, Ilford HP5 ISO400 film for the first two shots, Ilford Delta ISO400 for the rest.

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Jul 28, 2011 13:16 |  #892

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I'm selling a Hasselblad 500c if you are really in love with that 6x6 :)

Hasselblads are a little out of my price range. i saw a 500cm on craigslist for 800. i should of snatched it.




  
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Jul 28, 2011 13:39 |  #893

Hypnotizedd wrote in post #12838217 (external link)
Hasselblads are a little out of my price range. i saw a 500cm on craigslist for 800. i should of snatched it.

What is your budget? Try to save more so you can get what you want.

Here i found 2 offers of Hasselblad under $800

http://www.adorama.com​/US%20%20%20%20424040.​html (external link)

http://www.adorama.com​/US%20%20%20%20438921.​html (external link)

Or, buy the body only, then later try to buy the other parts one by one, you can try to borrow from your friends if they have so later you can buy more when affordable.

http://www.adorama.com​/US%20%20%20%20445968.​html (external link)

I bought the Hasselblad body only with WLF used and the lenses used as well, only the back i bought it New completely, same with my Mamiya RZ, i bought the backs all new.


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Jul 28, 2011 13:45 |  #894

Hypnotizedd wrote in post #12838217 (external link)
Hasselblads are a little out of my price range. i saw a 500cm on craigslist for 800. i should of snatched it.

Yea...Craigslist is where I got mine as well. There's photos of it a few pages back...super clean and fully functional.

https://photography-on-the.net …?p=12605514&pos​tcount=534

Includes 500c Body, WLF, Zeiss 80mm 2.8, A12 120/220 back, and film insert.

Also comes with a leather bag, and a cable release. $625 shipped + 3% for Paypal. ;)

PM me if interested.

BTW I can't believe how far back I had to go to find that post. This thread has really picked up a lot of activity lately...good to see more people are enjoying film :)


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Jul 28, 2011 14:12 as a reply to  @ helloagain36's post |  #895

Hm. I wish a 500c or similar would have a built-in lightmeter. I like waist-level finders, and I'd love to have a 80mm/2.8 on MF, but a lightmeter would be great.


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Jul 28, 2011 14:14 as a reply to  @ helloagain36's post |  #896

^Thats a steal.

i need to learn more about hasselblad though, i dont know much about the different models




  
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Jul 28, 2011 15:08 as a reply to  @ Hypnotizedd's post |  #897

helloagain36 wrote in post #12838410 (external link)
BTW I can't believe how far back I had to go to find that post. This thread has really picked up a lot of activity lately...good to see more people are enjoying film :)

Indeed!

Mate, you keep temping me with that Hasselblad. But I must remain strong :p.


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Jul 28, 2011 15:20 |  #898

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Indeed!

Mate, you keep temping me with that Hasselblad. But I must remain strong :p.

You can't, hold one and use one and i bet you can be strong anymore :lol:


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Jul 28, 2011 15:43 |  #899

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You can't, hold one and use one and i bet you can be strong anymore :lol:

You're probably right - that's exactly what happened with my 70-200 :lol:.


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Jul 28, 2011 15:47 |  #900

Hasselblad film camera is calling someone to pick it up, hurry up!!! :D

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Pick me up and you will get the camera in last pic for free automatically in the future :p :D


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