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Feb 20, 2013 13:44 |  #406

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Here is nice deal on the Fuji gw69. Too bad 50mm focal length (35mm equivalent) isn't exactly my ideal focal length.

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Looks like very good price.

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Which 6x9 format? I think the image quality from the Yashica is OK. I had some fun with a Yashica Mat but I wasn't blown away by the IQ.

Yes, Yashica is OK. I just don't like 6x6 at all anymore. Nor local Walmart printers :cry:
My working background is television. 4:3 and 16:9 are natural for me, but not square.
I was born and raised in Moscow, so it is Moskva-2 and 5 for me to try 6x9. :D

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Feb 20, 2013 20:01 |  #407

Nikkormat FTn with Nikkor-S 50mm f/1.4 with Ilford Delta 400:

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Feb 20, 2013 21:08 |  #408

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Sweet color. How much pp you did on it? I have been staying away from color as well as slide films. If the Ektar 100 can deliver colors like that, I see no reasons to shoot slides at all.

Started an autoenhance preset in Aperture, then a little burning of the sky and the sun rays, then sharpening with the brush.


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Feb 20, 2013 21:55 as a reply to  @ Tony-S's post |  #409
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This last Sunday's Chinese New Year Parade, NYC Chinatown...

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Feb 22, 2013 22:47 |  #410

From Yashica Mat 124G I let go yesterday to private collection at good home...
Cheers!

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Feb 23, 2013 10:28 |  #411
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From Yashica Mat 124G I let go yesterday to private collection at good home...
Cheers!

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Very nice tone. :)


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Feb 24, 2013 11:54 |  #412

Picked up a Hasselblad 500C/M recently. I came across this thread while looking for a scanning option before I start developing my own film.... flat bed scanner? 100L and 7D? While I don't mind investing a bit to get started so that I'm not paying for developing and scanning each time but I also don't want it to turn into a money pit.

The following shots are all on expired 400 ISO Fujicolor with the 80mm T*. Developing & low-fi scanning was done at a local lab.

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Feb 24, 2013 12:09 |  #413
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Picked up a Hasselblad 500C/M recently. I came across this thread while looking for a scanning option before I start developing my own film.... flat bed scanner? 100L and 7D? While I don't mind investing a bit to get started so that I'm not paying for developing and scanning each time but I also don't want it to turn into a money pit.

The following shots are all on expired 400 ISO Fujicolor with the 80mm T*. Developing & low-fi scanning was done at a local lab.


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I would go for a flatbed scanner because you would have a fixed, stable platform. You can do the DSLR capture but you would need a stable platform AND a good software to invert the negatives. You need to flatten the negatives without having your finger prints on them all over. :) I did a write up on how I used my Canon 9000f.

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Feb 24, 2013 12:33 |  #414

I can create a pretty stable platform with a simple tripod setup. Though not as convenient as a scanner that convenience is not worth the cost of a scanner alone. The scanner has other perks mostly unrelated. I've got a bag of nylon gloves for handling film still around from back in my 35mm film days so finger prints aren't a problem. Dust will be but it will be for both.

Inverting the negatives isn't too big a deal (external link) and I've done it before though not in a long time. That is a plus of the scanner though, a bit more automation is good. Hmmm V600s are on sale locally too. Though maybe I want a V700... Not sure it's worth the premium over the V600. Grrrr too many questions and hassles! Especially for something that's being done for a larf. I like film but man oh man is digital so much more convenient!


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Feb 24, 2013 12:47 |  #415
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I can create a pretty stable platform with a simple tripod setup. Though not as convenient as a scanner that convenience is not worth the cost of a scanner alone. The scanner has other perks mostly unrelated. I've got a bag of nylon gloves for handling film still around from back in my 35mm film days so finger prints aren't a problem. Dust will be but it will be for both.

Inverting the negatives isn't too big a deal (external link) and I've done it before though not in a long time. That is a plus of the scanner though, a bit more automation is good. Hmmm V600s are on sale locally too. Though maybe I want a V700... Not sure it's worth the premium over the V600. Grrrr too many questions and hassles! Especially for something that's being done for a larf. I like film but man oh man is digital so much more convenient!

Recently I have been using some anti-static gloves from Kinetronic. They work pretty well. I only get maybe 1 or 2 lints on my negatives. I normally wipe down my negatives with the gloves several times and as well as the scanner bed glass and the anti-reflective glass. The V700 is useful when you want to do print enlargements above 14x11. With 6x6 negatives, the v600 or the Canon 9000f is fine, as long as you are able to determine the sharpest point of the scanner. My Canon 9000f is right on the scanner bed glass. That's why I sandwich my negative in between the scanner bed glass and the anti-reflect glass. The v700 is actually 2mm above the scanner bed glass. One thing for sure, the supplied film holders are usually inadequate to flatten the negatives. Many people use a third party one instead.

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BTW, the effective max optical resolution for the v700 is about 2400 dpi. The v600 is around 1700 dpi. Same as the Canon 9000f. Many users, including me, would scan the negatives double its native optical resolution. Then, downsampling in CS5. This way, you can get more details out of the scans.


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Feb 24, 2013 12:55 |  #416

Thank you for the info and link! :) From briefly going through your flickr I think I should go with a similar setup. You're getting the results I would be looking for 90% of the time. If I want better scans for larger prints I can have it professionally done... The amount of time it would take for that cost to make the V750 worthwhile is considerable.


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ions wrote in post #15647018 (external link)
Thank you for the info and link! :) From briefly going through your flickr I think I should go with a similar setup. You're getting the results I would be looking for 90% of the time. If I want better scans for larger prints I can have it professionally done... The amount of time it would take for that cost to make the V750 worthwhile is considerable.

In terms of the hardware, both V750 and V700 are the same. The V750 includes a wet scan kit, which is another pita to work with. :)


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Feb 25, 2013 10:28 |  #418

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Very nice tone. :)

Thank you! With Epson V500.
Waiting for Moskva-2 and 5 to come home :D

Found this one locally.

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Feb 26, 2013 03:52 |  #419

Waka Waka....

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Feb 26, 2013 21:49 |  #420

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