Already paying a premium price from North Coast Photographic Services, a lab recommended by Ken Rockwell. I get the impression that quality...
I'm a black and white film shooter who recently tried to shoot color. I've used Portra 400 and Fuji 400H and in both cases the colors I get ,...
Now that's what I call patina!
Not a Featherbed. More likely a Garden Gate. I've had a few British bikes back in the day, including a couple of Vincents, a BSA Gold Star and...
OK! After some strenuous fiddling I managed to get the front open. From the looks of it, the Bump release on top of the camera seems to be the...
I recently dug out my nice Miniature Pacemaker Crown Graphic with the intention of using it only to find that I can't release the front, which...
BTW, the so-called Consumer Price Index is a load of BS and always has been. A basket of depreciating commodities designed to hide real inflation....
I cut my own hair with an electric clipper. Made a complete mess of it.
I would love to hear what results you get from this lens.
I do rather like the GFX-50R, if I was actually giving up film, which I'm not. I think I could buy-in new at $7,000.00 with a nice Zoom lens.
I have many cameras, but now I think there's something wrong. I don't want this camera.
My 7II seems to rattle a bit when I shake it, up or down.
A common design feature of older lenses, and meaningless.
I might add to this if I knew what a "photosite" is. But isn't there a difference between "needed" and "allow"?
Point your camera at a meaningful subject and use a meaningful technique.
Misspelling of lens?
You can ask, but that doesn't mean that you'll get an answer.
Well, I have an original Baldus print from 1856 that still looks pretty good. I also have an original Atget that also looks good.
My advice? Make prints. They will outlive digital files.
Sorry about that, but negatives are close to immortal while digital files are...somewhat impermanent.
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