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Well, there are a few photo threads over in Classic Manual Cameras, but none here. Why not start an ongoing photo thread for our MF cameras?


Please share any image from any medium format camera. I'll start it off.

Been shooting a lot lately, nothing much else to do on lock down.


Here's a night shot: Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm Planar lens. I THINK this was shot on HP5, won't know til I get the negatives back




I recently got an A16 film back for some 4x6 rectangles. This is Ilford Pan F Plus 50, my first use of this film stock in 120 format. 80mm Planar lens




This next photo has a couple things going on: I recently bought some extension tubes for close-up work. This was among the first shots I took using either the 16 or 32 tube. I also have a spare, 500c camera body. I've owned it for a few years but until the other day, had never once shot anything with it. The next and final shot was my first photo with the 500c, using my 50mm Distagon lens, and the 32 tube, on Rollei Superpan 200 film- also my first use of this film in 120.




Let's see your MF photos, please.

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Because of Covid-19, I (sadly) had to turn my home darkroom into a working office for me and my family, so the transparency scanner has ended up inside a closet... this is an old scan I had on the computer.

Mamiya 6 + 50/4. FP4+ on D76, yellow filter, f22 I guess.

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Although my Agfa Isolette 2 or 3 (6x6) nor my Erconna II (6x9) have the latest-greatest lenses on them, with a bit of careful manipulation, they provide some interesting medium format negatives to work with. Film in the 2 & 3 was UFX 100, the Erconna had UFX 400 in it. All films developed in Pyrocat HDC. Stay Safe & Sane. Aloha Bill1137306045_2k19-017-002ces13sqrxbcsqrbmcex-horz-vertxxx.thumb.jpg.c0a9a27703399e3091c4a4005bf42599.jpg
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