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05-08-2013, 04:03 AM   #1966
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Pentax MX, Kodak TMax 400.
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looks like a pentagram ;-)
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great visual effect !!!

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Here is one from KX Ilford Delta 400 think the lens is 50mm 1.7 but I have been shooting intuitively instead of noting it all down,need to go back to recording everything
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I like the way it captures the cycle movement (last photo) but I would fear for my camera
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Just messing around with my Pentax 67 mounted to a bicycle. I use colored filters to get the targeted 1/30th shutter speed.
Last shot in particular is superb but as William said, I'd be really worried about the 67
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QuoteOriginally posted by william kelday Quote
I like the way it captures the cycle movement (last photo) but I would fear for my camera
QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Last shot in particular is superb but as William said, I'd be really worried about the 67
Thanks. I had complete confidence in the jig I built to mount it. I even tested for shutter speed effect first with an expensive DSLR and expensive lens.

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The day before they officially put up the new spire. This is with a SMC Pentax-A 645 75mm f/2.8 lens, Rainbowimaging 645/K adapter. Good lens on 135. Also, first time since 1876 I used Perceptol/Microdol -- back then I felt grain was the enemy with the Pen FT 1/2 frame.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Also, first time since 1876 I used Perceptol/Microdol
interesting
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Great photos Tuco.
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interesting
Yes, back then I used 1/2 plates... and shot only at night
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Just love that foggy photo Jussi, great stuff.
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Nesster "intersesting" - i wrote becose ... "first time since 1876 I used" :-)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote


The day before they officially put up the new spire. This is with a SMC Pentax-A 645 75mm f/2.8 lens, Rainbowimaging 645/K adapter. Good lens on 135. Also, first time since 1876 I used Perceptol/Microdol -- back then I felt grain was the enemy with the Pen FT 1/2 frame.
Very nice.
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