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11-24-2010, 03:39 AM   #646
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A good scanner and nice shots Arje !

Thank you Fearview !

Tuco, the lighthouse and the barn are terrific !

11-24-2010, 06:19 AM   #647
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Acros at 160, do you mean Neopan400? Ive never seen a EI test that goes to a high ISO speed.
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I ran speed tests with my other two lenses for my 500C/M worried that my 80mm shutter's must be really slow. The EI for those lenses was around ASA 80 for Acros. So, either the 80mm lens is really off or I made a mistake recording my steps. I'm inclined to believe it is the latter. So thanks for calling that to my attention! What is interesting is the latitude you have to work with. I'm not going to be concerned about 1/3-stop and just shoot at box speed. I decreased my dev time to 18 minutes now.

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I don't use it nearly enough but here's 2 from My Bronica ETRSi shoy on RVP 50 using an MC50 f3.5 for both if I'm not mistaken





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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
I don't use it nearly enough but here's 2 from My Bronica ETRSi shoy on RVP 50 using an MC50 f3.5 for both if I'm not mistaken

Very nice shot - No.33 in Rome has beautiful colors.
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Very nice shot - No.33 in Rome has beautiful colors.
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Thanks Luc

i used it in a show a couple of years back and sold several copies,

that being said i think the ETRSI is on the way for sale so I can switch to an RF645 which i'm far more likely to use on a regular basis (looks like my kit is almost a straight swap for an RF with one lens at market values lately)
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
Thanks Luc

i used it in a show a couple of years back and sold several copies,

that being said i think the ETRSI is on the way for sale so I can switch to an RF645 which i'm far more likely to use on a regular basis (looks like my kit is almost a straight swap for an RF with one lens at market values lately)
I hear you. I was looking at the cost of the Mamiya 7 as an alternative to Hasselblad 500 CM and just decided to forget about it.

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Jake ~ Damn, this is one of the things the 67 was made for!
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No-one bothered talking about bokeh back in MF days, because everything always looked perfect anyway.

Like this photo.
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Some fine portraits with really nice natural color. What film did you shoot?
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Nesster, rparmar, tuco, thanks for the kind words.

The P67 + great light result in really nice photographs. I used Portra 160VC in the first and Portra 160NC in the second.

BTW, for those wondering if the P67 can be used handheld, these were shot handheld under natural light. The first at 1/30 indoors beside a huge window and the second 1/125 on the roof in the late afternoon.
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Really lovely lighting and DoF there Jake, well done.
I am yet to take any portraits with my 67, but your results will help encourage me to do so!
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Wow I'm hypnotised by this shot and woman (second one ) ! Wonderful !

Nice shot Nesster !
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