<p>The arrangement of the contacts is the same for Nikon SLR and Leica M6TTL and R8, which means you can use the Nikon cord for off-camera flash...
<p>There is no setting for the film speed: the camera doesn't have a light meter.</p>
<p>The shutter should close when you let up your finger. The green speeds are all Bulb, not timed, but it sounds like your shutter might need a...
<p>Fogging from a light leak at some point in the process before the film was developed, probably while loading it.</p>
<p>Not good for low light, contrasty scenes, eh?</p>
<p>The viewfinder screen of my Rollei 3.5F measures 56x56mm, which is exactly the same size as the film gate. I conclude, therefore, that the...
<p>I have gotten an A-1 and it has gone through an alkaline 28 and a lithium 28 battery in a week. Has anyone else had a problem like this?...
<p>Who do you send it to for that CLA?</p>
<p>Probably the lenses are 1 cam, which is what was used with the Standard. That also makes them less valuable.</p>
<p>I can't really see the eyelashes on the 4x5, while they are very clearly delineated in the 6x7 scan.</p>
<p>What a wild and wacky idea! </p>
<p>In 1957 all film still came from the manufacturer with the long leader.</p>
<p>Mark -- It seems to be the only size they do. There isn't anyway to select a size and they all come back 3x3.</p>
<p>I've been having Wamart process my 120 C41 film for a couple of years. I use their mailer envelopes and put it in the slot in the photo dept....
<p>Noone can tell the difference between your digital prints and your RC or fiber base silver prints?</p>
<p>That f3.5 Summaron really produces nice results.</p>
<p>I thought the Nokton didn't flare!</p>
<p>I believe it's worth a king's ransom.</p>
<p>Great views, but I wish you'd dropped the lens to put the horizon at the top edge so we could see more of the city.</p>
<p>Really enjoying these shots. Thanks</p>
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