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Aug 13, 2014 23:07 |  #1381

taemo wrote in post #17092582 (external link)
^look into a 90mm Tele-Elmarit-M which goes for around same price a Elmar-C apparently, it's so small and can go down to f/2.8

There were two Elmar-Cs on RRF between $250-$300 earlier this week. I'm still keeping an eye out for a deal on a Tele-Elmarit, and seeing as I plan on getting the 90 last, I have time to search!

Like your two latest as well!


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Aug 14, 2014 20:26 as a reply to  @ B.Toews's post |  #1382

Mamiya 7 | TMax 100 | 150 f/4.5 | DD-X

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Aug 15, 2014 20:49 as a reply to  @ edge100's post |  #1383

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Aug 16, 2014 13:11 |  #1384

From a while ago from Guatemala...all are from Mamiya 7. The Velvia and Provia were self-dev in Arista E-6.

Portra 400

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Aug 17, 2014 10:41 |  #1385

Mamiya 7 | Kodak TMax 100 | 150/4.5 | DD-X

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Aug 18, 2014 00:21 |  #1386

Life on the Edge

Just a photo I took this morning with my 4x5 large format camera. This one was taken about 10 minutes from home, in "The Narrows" area of the Big Thompson Canyon.

The rock walls are full of crystalline structures, so they really shine when the light hits them right.

I'm starting to get the hang of the large format camera. It is VERY different than shooting with a digital camera and even much different than other film cameras. I used front tilt and rise on this shot since I had to shoot upwards and needed to change the perspective to get the rock walls upright again instead of looking like they were "falling away". This image would be impossible to get to look this way without using a camera that has movements. The perspective would just be too off.

Anyway. this was taken with a Zone VI 4x5 large format camera on Fomapan 200 film. Shot using a Nikkor SW 180mm F5.6 lens through a red 25A filter. Processed in HC-110 (dilution H) for 9 minutes.

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Aug 18, 2014 09:11 as a reply to  @ Colorado CJ's post |  #1387

Nice contrast for an overall nice picture! I like the caption as well.


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Aug 18, 2014 09:15 |  #1388

great contrast, i like how the rocks are shining.

I was also hoping to get some landscape done with my view camera over the weekend but the weather wasn't cooperating, was dying to test out my dark red filter.
Here's a test shot that I took on Friday with the GSW690III, Across 100 and Dark Red filter

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Aug 18, 2014 13:48 |  #1389

^that's scary to hear that your V600 died, had mine for over 2 years now and scanned numerous 35mm, 120 and even 4x5 in it with no problem.

don't expect leaping improvements by going V700/750, if you want the best then get ready to spend a lot more.
only advantage I see by getting one is that it can scan double the amount as the V600

what format are you shooting mostly?
if only 35mm, I'm finding the Pakon F135+ a pleasure to use


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Aug 18, 2014 16:06 |  #1390

laxlife1234 wrote in post #17103669 (external link)
I have a question for those that can answer this... looking to get a v700 cause my v600's lamp went out (only scanned maybe 50 rolls with my V600) and I want a better scanner anyways.

I was hoping what other scanners within that price range compare? I would love a nikon coolscan 9k, but I ain't got the money for that! Any help is much appreciated.

Polaroid SprintScan 120 (aka Microtek AtrixScan 120tf). THE best deal in scanners, but you've got to find one; they're rare. Also, you need a SCSI or FireWire 400-compatible machine (any Mac can use them in Vuescan, either with a FW400-800 adapter or a FW-Thunderbolt adapter). 4000dpi (real dpi), and outstanding DMax. Downsides? Slow and loud. But has autofocus and will batch scan.

Barring that, the Plustek Opticfilm 120 is $2k, and is easily on par with the 9000ED. The first batch had QC problems, but that has been solved, and Plustek is now hand-testing each and every scanner they ship.

If you're JUST scanning 35mm, the Plustek OpticFilm 8100/8200 scanners are good. They provide ~3600-3800 real dpi in a 7200 dpi scan, but are fully manual (you've got to feed every frame). Also, they stink for slides (poor DMax), but if you're just shooting negative film, they're a good option. Major plus is that they're quite cheap.


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Aug 18, 2014 18:16 as a reply to  @ edge100's post |  #1391

Very nice to see good examples of MF and LF here. Unique looking formats.

Currently I have two TLRs, it never happens to me before :)
I purchased and CLAed one week ago very early version of Yashcaflex AS II.
Lens is simple triplet. Like it more comparing to MAT 124G, I used to have.
Optically and how camera is built.

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Aug 19, 2014 05:57 as a reply to  @ kf095's post |  #1392

Mamiya RZ67 / Portra 400


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Aug 19, 2014 17:57 |  #1393

I had a go with making a wet print of the photo I shot Sunday. This is a direct scan from an 8"x10" wet print I made today. I used a #4 contrast filter and exposed the paper for 55 seconds. I then burned the sky in for 20 seconds to get definition in the sky.

Printed on some cheap variable contrast RC paper and developed in Illford Multigrade developer. I then brewed some strong coffee and stained the print for 20 minutes in the coffee solution to get somewhat of a sepia tone.

I think I got pretty close to the directly scanned negative. I am EXTREMELY new to wet printing though, so I have a huge amount to learn.

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Aug 20, 2014 22:51 as a reply to  @ Colorado CJ's post |  #1394

Yep, looking good!

Here is my fresh :) wet contact print from Brownie made in 1916 locally by Kodak Toronto:

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Aug 21, 2014 10:30 |  #1395

^jealous!
starting to look around for a 4x5 enlarger too, hoping to make my own prints by 2015!

never really paid much attention to Delta 400 but it's surprisingly good.
pushed it to 1600 w/ TMAX Dev

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