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Sep 18, 2021 16:45 |  #4396

Been shooting mostly Superia 400 (@200) on the EOS 650/EF 50stm combo and having a lot of fun. I had dismissed this lens/focal length for the last 6 months but it's really growing on me again.

Also starting to work through some B/W stocks (kentmere, fomapan, bwxx,...) and getting inspired to try and dev them myself after seeing other members results.


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Sep 19, 2021 14:35 |  #4397

I have a FED 2 and find the focusing quick and easy as well .




  
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Sep 22, 2021 08:02 |  #4398

A couple of photos taken with the Zorki 4k and Voigtlander Color Skopar 35mm F2.5 on Apx 100.


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Sep 22, 2021 09:05 |  #4399

Britania757 wrote in post #19286363 (external link)
A couple of photos taken with the Zorki 4k and Voigtlander Color Skopar 35mm F2.5 on Apx 100.

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Those are nice. I see a lot of cameras for sale on my Facebook feed, but afraid to order cause they always say “not tested” or something similar. I just don’t have enough faith in the seller to pull the trigger.


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Sep 22, 2021 10:38 as a reply to  @ Terry McDaniel's post |  #4400

Thanks. I was always told that if it says "not tested" then the seller already knows it doesn't work so I stay away from it. The Zorki cameras as well as many of the soviet cameras are hit or miss. I bought mine from a cellar who hand picks the cameras and then does a cla on them before selling them. You pay more in the end, but if the camera has issues, he repairs them or sends a replacement.



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Sep 22, 2021 15:30 as a reply to  @ Britania757's post |  #4401

re. the first picture- that's one way to deal with a boot.


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Sep 29, 2021 16:53 |  #4402

I wasn't happy with the black paint job I did a few weeks back so I decided to take what I learned from the first paint job and give it another shot. It came out much better this time.


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Sep 29, 2021 19:28 |  #4403

Grapevine Tx. Visiting some friends who took us to the local lake for sunset. Just as we were leaving, liked how the headlights from the parked car were filling the gaps in the trees, so tried a 1 second exposure handheld. I know I moved during the exposure, getting bit by all the bugs, and the kiddos were getting impatient, so took one and left. Wasn’t even going to scan, but then I saw something in the middle of the frame…

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Sep 29, 2021 21:01 |  #4404

Britania757 wrote in post #19289031 (external link)
I wasn't happy with the black paint job I did a few weeks back so I decided to take what I learned from the first paint job and give it another shot. It came out much better this time.
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Looks good!


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Sep 29, 2021 21:02 |  #4405

lilkngster wrote in post #19289077 (external link)
Grapevine Tx. Visiting some friends who took us to the local lake for sunset. Just as we were leaving, liked how the headlights from the parked car were filling the gaps in the trees, so tried a 1 second exposure handheld. I know I moved during the exposure, getting bit by all the bugs, and the kiddos were getting impatient, so took one and left. Wasn’t even going to scan, but then I saw something in the middle of the frame…

Bronica SQA. 80mm. Portra 400.
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Amazing lightning catch.


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Sep 29, 2021 22:42 as a reply to  @ lilkngster's post |  #4406

So, it wasn't a total loss.


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Sep 30, 2021 09:50 |  #4407

Terry McDaniel wrote in post #19289091 (external link)
Looks good!

Thanks!



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Oct 05, 2021 01:07 |  #4408

Tea time...
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Oct 05, 2021 17:20 |  #4409

Had to go to Guam for a weekend and found this cool looking car jacked up in a parking garage....
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Oct 05, 2021 18:14 as a reply to  @ Shufu's post |  #4410

I’m thinking that’s a Citroen 2CV. Kind of a Model T for France, except later in the century.


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