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02-19-2014, 12:13 PM   #1
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short film featuring Pentax 6x7

saw this short film about a mother and her 'hobby', P6x7 is featured prominently in it... it is such a beautiful camera! and those shutter sound!

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Very nice.
And folks say the brand "Pentax" is meaningless as long as (insert here).
Someday folks will understand.
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Touching indeed. I'm feeling the need to fire my 6x7 tank up now.
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Why do beginners always gravitate to the wooden hand grip and the focus ring? That was something I stopped using in the first year as well as my friends who have a 6x7 too.

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Thanks for sharing this. I am passing it along to my friends.


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Good stuff, thanks for posting!

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Very touching. I wasn't sure if it was a bit drippy, or if I was about to actually cry.

Overall, the cinematography was very nicely done, although they overdid the shallow DOF at times and missed the focus in a few places.

Did anyone notice the reversed image at 4:58, for just 2 seconds? Unless that was supposed to be a view through a mirror or something.

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This video made me realise how big is the 67 ! This thing is huge !

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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
This video made me realise how big is the 67 ! This thing is huge !
Yes, it certainly is... But paradoxically in the short time I've had my 6x7, I'm almost less self conscious using it on the street than my K-5II. I don't really do people photos though, so that might change the equation. Something about the WLF, and the fact that I'm obviously using a giant clunky old camera for fun rather than to "spy" with my fancy DSLR. Or maybe I just need to get over it and learn to enjoy myself.
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