Film Camera Week for April 13

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 12, 2018.

  1. Calumet CC-400, Caltar 215 @ f/16 x 1/15th, FP4+ @ asa 100, D-76 x 10 Min, V800, spotted.

  2. Niagara Falls from three weeks ago, Yashica TL-Electro, 50mm f/1.9 Auto-Yashinon DS, expired Plus-X, HC-110B, Pakon F135 scanner


  3. paul ron

    paul ron NYC

    etrs 150mm tmy-400

  4. A few more.
    library, Minolta SRT 100, 55mm f1.9, Kentmere 100
    audio system (linear tracking turntable no longer works), Minolta SRT 101 55mm f1.7 MC Rokkor
    in front of church, Olympus Trip 35, FP4+
  5. FC34-13.jpg FC2 4-13.jpg FC 4-13.jpg
    Same roll of Fuji Velvia Pentax ME Super
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  6. Three from a walk around town this afternoon with a Topcon RM300 with the 55mm AM Topcor MC f'/1.7 lens. The film was Kentmere 100 developed in PMK Pyro.

    Corvette 001

    Corvette 001 Pnet.jpg

    Corvette 003

    Corvette 003.jpg

    Corvette 002

    Corvette 002.jpg

  7. Himatic_176_Braderie.jpg

    Minolta Himatic 7S Berrger Pancro 400
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  8. KennethRollei35S.jpg

    On our way to Dover, Rollei 35S, Kodak Double-X
  9. Recently , probably the last 3-4 film scans, I get these black lines , on top or side , or both . I haven't changed anything the way I am scanning . Solution ? Except to crop them out .

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  10. Hello
    Here are a couple from the Rollei 35 Delta 400 in HC110
    I am trying to see if 1000 width or 1500 width looks better

    Through the trees 1000
    Rollei 35 Delta 400 HC110 through the trees s.jpg

    Frogs and porcupine 1500
    Rollei 35 Delta 400 HC110 frogs and porcupine.jpg
  11. It looks like edge of frame, Erko. I don't know what scanning software you're using but I get this effect if the marquee I've drawn to select the area I want scanned overlaps the edge of the negative. I just crop it out in PP.
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    "Vive le Pinard!",
    Kodak No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie with Fomapan 100
  13. I love stuff like this; the reality behind the pretty facades. As you've shown, it can also be pretty. I hope someone rescues the chair in 004. If it's a reproduction, it's worth $150. If it's original mid-century, it's worth double that.
  14. Glad you share my odd tastes in subject matter, Dave. I did inspect the chair with a view to giving it a good home but the weather had wracked havoc, and the ply seat and back were delaminating.

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