<p>John Kendall, "Fujica 690/100/3.5 + Auto Up and Norita 66/80/2 lens are practically the only medium format cameras with which you can...
<p>Filter size is a main difference. And also the fact that it's easier to set your preferred aperture and shutter speed on a CF lens than on a C...
<p>24/2.8 is fabulous. See.</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>Focus can sometimes be off for me too. Good thing you can read the focus distance in the viewfinder, use that to make your own assessment...
<p>Suggest to carry a lighter MF camera than the Hassy. Suggest you use a much smaller meter like a Sekonic 208 or 308, and lose the flash, or use...
<p>Thanks. Not sure how it can be masked if it's the last frame. Anyway, let's see.</p>
<p>Does anyone have any idea why my scanner is showing 'browning' along the edges of the scans? It's not caused by film development, because it...
<p>Frankly if you can get only three shots, there's obviously something wrong, it could be the camera, you can get it checked.</p>
<p>Yes. I can shoot a whole day. Of course, that doesn't tell you how many rolls but certainly my T3 doesn't die after three shots.</p>
<p>More likely it's your battery than the cold weather. I've had mine in Northern Sweden (see pix). It works perfectly fine. Of course, battery...
<p>Hiyoriyama Lighthouse, Shukutsu, Hokkaido.</p>
<p>Images aren't very sharp though. Worse than a 2MP mobile phone. Sigh. 1930's technology just can't keep up.</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>As shown. Scanned in a Coolscan 9000 using the medium format glass carrier</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
For its price, it ought to be amazing...
<p>The soul of Penang</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>Love Lane, Penang, June 2013<br>
Leica M7, 24/2.8 @ f5.6, 1/125. Fuji Superia 400</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>Another one, in Rollei IR Film.<br>
Mamiya 6, 80 mm lens @ F11</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
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