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02-10-2012, 11:56 AM   #361
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Yeah, getting colored and thick density ND filters in 82mm isn't easy. The 75mm/4.5 is also 82mm. I don't know why the lens designers didn't try harder to standardize a filter size. I typically carry 3 lenses when I go out for general shooting. A wide, normal and mild telephoto. That could be the 45mm 90 or 105mm and a 165mm (which was a LS lens in my case prior to getting the f2.8 not long ago). That would be 3 filter sizes. 82, 77 and 67mm. So often the 45mm stays at home and I take the 55mm just to eliminate that 82mm filter size

Stepper rings suck when you want to use lens hoods which I do. My Hassy system is more reasonable in that regard. They made all their lenses one filter size except for the extreme ends of the lens lineup (eg really wide and really long).
Exactly! I also have filter sets in 67mm & 77mm and choose my 6x7 lens line-up based on those two filter threads. I also do not like step up/down rings for the same reason.

Sounds like Hasselblad got it right!

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Rock Tones, 2011. ESII, SMC 35/2.0. TMax 400. (I'm not crazy about TMax 400 for natural subjects, but this was on the first test roll I put through this body, and I like it anyhow.)

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I'm so happy, I finally got around to developing film at the new house... Acros 100 in D76 1:1 in this case, shot with a Moskva-2 6x9 camera




though cropping probably improves the photo




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Another frame from the above roll


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I accidentally pushed a roll of Ilford Delta 100 to ISO400 in my 645. Developed in D-76 1:3 @ 66F for 30min.





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I accidentally pushed a roll of Ilford Delta 100 to ISO400 in my 645. Developed in D-76 1:3 @ 66F for 30min.





Very nice!!

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ZX7, FA24f2, Kodak Tmax 100.



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ZX7, FA24f2, Kodak Tmax 100.
Nice!!!


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Nice!!!


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+1 love the composition!

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very nice shot
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ZX7, FA24f2, Kodak Tmax 100.
Lovely image. K.
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Wow, love the shots here recently. Such great tones!

Jussi, that's a gorgeous shot of the statue.

saohom, beautiful shot and angle.
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@saohom: Amazing composition!! That lens is apparently very fine.

Although I have several compact 35mm camera, this very compact Minolta is my favorite. Actually, most of the films I put in any of my compact cameras is a BW film.

Minolta AF-C + Ilford HP5+


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