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03-15-2013, 04:05 PM - 1 Like   #1816
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Two excellent shots, wuzet. Very sharp and clear, well done. Tmax 100 + Xtol works well.
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If I'd be that building, I'd have the blues von Ineound auf Flickr

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QuoteOriginally posted by Sinister Quote
If I'd be that building, I'd have the blues von Ineound auf Flickr

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Ultrafine Extreme 400 in 120 -- I got this 10 roll brick from amazon for 2.99 per roll. Given the reviews on amazon, how could I not?
Amazon.com: Ultrafine Xtreme Black-and-White 120 Format Film ISO 400 Ten Pack: Camera & Photo

They seem to be in a similar business as freestyle -- private labeling other makers' film, and at good prices...
Traditional Black-and-White Films - Photography

The 135 and 120 may be different films in each speed etc. The net is full of conjecture: Ilford, Foma, Lucky seem to be the most popular opinions...

The backing paper is white with contrasty markings for the ruby window. The film itself reminds me of Ilford - definitely not Foma - though the edge markings read Ultrafine Extreme 400iso and has the number 4013.

7 minutes in straight D76, Agfa Record II 6x9 folder (and my poor aim):









I don't hesitate to recommend the 120; Ultrafine sells a couple of ranges of 35mm film which may or may not be the same/similar emulsion or manufacturer.
Thanks for the info. The first shot in this series is my favorite. Beautiful boat.

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QuoteOriginally posted by henkvanzuylen Quote
Pentax67, 45 mm Ilford PanF 50
Pentax LX, Ilford Delta 400
Really interesting shots. The first one tells a story, but leaves me with questions.

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Lord Williams tomb, Thame. All taken with either my 'K' 50mm f/1.2 or my M 85mm f/2 lens on a Pentax KX.
Best wishes, Kris.
Nice series! All great shots.
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Wuzet - That shot is great, the contrast looks perfect. Looks like you were hovering over the city when you took it.
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Help me out, is the Equiv FoV ~ 28mm on 135? I love the tones - great developing/exposure.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattt Quote
Help me out, is the Equiv FoV ~ 28mm on 135? I love the tones - great developing/exposure.
Are you talking about the 6x7 45mm? If so, it is more like 24mm on 135.
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I think the format 645 it will be 27-28 mm
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