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Sep 07, 2019 21:22 |  #2656

Recent roll of Portra 160

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Sep 08, 2019 10:41 |  #2657

I'd like to try Portra 160. Looks really nice.

From inside the AirBnB I stayed at in Mexico City.
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Sep 08, 2019 14:57 |  #2658

lucky7 wrote in post #18923561 (external link)
I'd like to try Portra 160. Looks really nice.

From inside the AirBnB I stayed at in Mexico City.
Velvia 100, GA645i.
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It's definitely my favorite of the Portra line. Shot at box speed it's a really great muted but natural look, but rated at 100 and exposed for the shadows it gains a lot of saturation and contrast.


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Sep 14, 2019 15:46 |  #2659

AE1P, 35-105mm, TriX, HC110 (B), scanned with new Plustek 8200i.
When orginally scanned with my HPG4050 it looked so blurry I never kept the scan. Now I am happy :-)

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Sep 14, 2019 22:24 |  #2660

I currently own a Pentax 67, but it needs a lot of work to be usable so I'm considering buying another body and swapping my prism, grip, and lenses over to the new body. That being said, if you could choose between a Pentax 6x7 or RB67, which would you go with and why? I love my Mamiya 645, but I am getting the itch to go with something with a bigger negative.


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Sep 15, 2019 05:56 |  #2661

I've been looking at GW690s on the Bay. The III looks nice, but the II is much cheaper. I may save my pennies for one of those.
I really like the images that come out of my GA645i, however, I keep reminding myself that the 6x9 is DOUBLE the negative.....and that sounds awesome.


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Sep 15, 2019 09:00 as a reply to  @ lucky7's post |  #2662

I traded my gw690 iii for my Pentax 6x7. The negative was huge compared to my M645 that I'm currently shooting. I don't really miss the camera though. I found myself getting tired of the fixed lens and the somewhat long minimum focusing distance compared to my Pentax 6x7 lenses and my M645 lenses. That being said, if those aren't problems for you, it's an awesome camera. If I were to buy another one, I'd make sure it wasn't my only camera.


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Sep 15, 2019 12:05 |  #2663

Britania757 wrote in post #18926981 (external link)
I currently own a Pentax 67, but it needs a lot of work to be usable so I'm considering buying another body and swapping my prism, grip, and lenses over to the new body. That being said, if you could choose between a Pentax 6x7 or RB67, which would you go with and why? I love my Mamiya 645, but I am getting the itch to go with something with a bigger negative.

Would you use the RB mostly on a tripod? If so, you should consider jumping up to 4x5. The weight of the RB is comparable to a light 4x5.


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Sep 15, 2019 16:38 |  #2664

Nikon F3 - Zeiss 50mm f1.4 - Portra 400

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Sep 15, 2019 20:20 |  #2665

Cuypers1807 wrote in post #18927232 (external link)
Would you use the RB mostly on a tripod? If so, you should consider jumping up to 4x5. The weight of the RB is comparable to a light 4x5.

I would probably shoot it handheld and occasionally on a tripod. I used my friend's rb67 and didn't mind holding it for my type of shooting. I thought about 4x5 and it's definitely in my future plans. The only thing holding me back is I would have to buy new developing equipment since none of my tanks are big enough for 4x5 and I'd need to buy a new scanner capable of scanning 4x5.


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Sep 15, 2019 21:47 |  #2666

Britania757 wrote in post #18927148 (external link)
I traded my gw690 iii for my Pentax 6x7. The negative was huge compared to my M645 that I'm currently shooting. I don't really miss the camera though. I found myself getting tired of the fixed lens and the somewhat long minimum focusing distance compared to my Pentax 6x7 lenses and my M645 lenses. That being said, if those aren't problems for you, it's an awesome camera. If I were to buy another one, I'd make sure it wasn't my only camera.

I prefer fixed lens cameras, and I like the idea of the massive negatives and actual rangefinder - I've never used a real rangefinder, lol. I'm thinking the RB might bet the way to go though, at least for now. I've also never used a waist level finder, though I did play with an RB67 at a local camera shop once. I should go back there now that I'm thinking about it, they had like 10 of them on the shelf. I guess they 'specialize' in them or something, and they were cheap, relatively speaking. It's been a couple years! I'll try to swing by there this week.

My GA645i is the most perfect travel camera as it has a pop-up flash, auto focus and is completely automated. But I want more control. I want to shoot at night and I still don't own a meter. I just metered the same thing with two different apps, lol. One gave me a 4 second exposure, the other 1/3. I'm afraid to use my phone to meter at night... (Light Meter App and one called Lux).

I'm sure I'll end up with all the cameras I want eventually. It just takes a bit longer as I don't sell anything, haha.


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Sep 15, 2019 21:51 |  #2667

GA645i / HP5.

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GA645i / Velvia 100.
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Sep 16, 2019 16:46 |  #2668

AE1P, HP5+, HC110(B), I forgot what lens. New Scanner, Plustek 8200i

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Sep 16, 2019 18:53 |  #2669

Mamiya M645 w/80mm f2.8. Ilford Delta 400 in Kodak HC-110b.


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Sep 16, 2019 21:43 |  #2670

Those are nice, what stock?

Saint Ignace, Mi. 7/19.
Canon Rebel Ti / EOS 300v.
Canon 85mm f1.8.
Kodak Tmax 400.

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I meant to buy a roll of Tri-X a few months back, but I accidentally bought Tmax 400. I've never had so many keepers on a roll before.

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