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02-08-2010, 11:24 PM   #61
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Test shots from my new 67. Shutter only works above 1/125s and the metered prism doesn't seem to want to work, but man is it cool!







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Test shots before a test drive?
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tuco - wow, I had to scroll past the interesting bit right quick at work

Gene - welcome aboard, great first effort. Yes, this is a fun camera...
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75mm f/2.8 just about wide open on the shortest extension tube, Ilford Delta 100 in Fomadon Excel (Xtol) undiluted


BTW - I was using the 220 insert here, with the little doohicky reversed for 120 film. It works, though after the 15th frame the camera advances to 16 and locks up the shutter, instead of winding on to the end. This is OK, as the film is nearly all wound up in the take up spool - though I'd advise to take it out in subdued light. I will put the 220 insert back in its original state and maybe someday buy some 220 film.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Frink Quote
Test shots from my new 67. Shutter only works above 1/125s and the metered prism doesn't seem to want to work, but man is it cool!
That's gotta suck. If you take out the battery, will it default to 1/30th? And don't be afraid to pull those high values higher in the graphics editor to make white, "white".
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote

75mm f/2.8 just about wide open on the shortest extension tube, Ilford Delta 100 in Fomadon Excel (Xtol) undiluted


BTW - I was using the 220 insert here, with the little doohicky reversed for 120 film. It works, though after the 15th frame the camera advances to 16 and locks up the shutter, instead of winding on to the end. This is OK, as the film is nearly all wound up in the take up spool - though I'd advise to take it out in subdued light. I will put the 220 insert back in its original state and maybe someday buy some 220 film.
Bad insert, but nice kitty, though.
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Kodak Portra 160VC


Kodak Portra 160VC


Kodak Tri-X 320


Fuji Pro 160C


Fuji Pro 160C

All with the FA 45-85 f/4.5 zoom. I have not yet shot the 10th roll through my 645N so I'm still acquiring its taste as a camera system.

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Great stuff! Thanks for posting.

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This shot of Antelope Canyon was taken exactly ten years ago. Probably 45mm f8. Scanned on LS8000.
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Beautiful, wakkato. I've always wanted to go vist that place. One of these days.
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Thought I’d add a few portraits…The first was shot with the 645NII using the CZJ 180/2.8 Sonnar lens. This lens must be one of the greatest upper body portrait lenses ever, very sharp and beautiful out of focus rendition. Used FujiPro 160 film.

The second shot was with the 645NII and 645 FA 150/2.8 lens. Another great portrait lens that offers nice 3D rendition, a lot like some of the Leica lenses. Again FujiPro 160 film

In the last shot, I used the P67II and the SMC 200/4 lens with a #2 extension tube. This latest 200 has an Ernostar optical design, which is similar to that of the CZJ Sonnar – very nice indeed! Used Kodak Portra 400NC.

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Nice portraits Arcasia. Pro160S has recently become my favorite portrait film. I've been using it with the 67 and 165mm f/2.8. This combination has worked wonderful for my subjects.

I have not experiencd the new SMC 200/4 lens, only the TAKUMAR version. The newest is the sharpest, especially wide open, not to mention closer focusing.

Thanks for posting.
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here's an image dump from a vacation:































film types in URL

have a shit ton more, just been shooting with it for a few months though.

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You schlepped a 645 on such a trip!! I salute you.

Good photos though, worth taking the camera. My fave is #4 with the dog.
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Guido: The fifth shot with the dogs in the passageway is spot on. And the very first portrait is completely compelling. Nice set!
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