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05-02-2019, 09:27 AM - 12 Likes   #8236
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Shooting up some much expired 400TMY and getting some experience with my recently acquired Crown Graphic with a APO Symmar 120/5.6










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05-02-2019, 10:24 AM   #8237
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Is that Fortepan a long toe "street film"?
Not a clue. I've never been able to find the data sheet for it.
05-02-2019, 12:04 PM   #8238
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QuoteOriginally posted by g026r Quote
Not a clue. I've never been able to find the data sheet for it.
Film base density is a clue but no guarantee. But a very thin film with a very clear base there is a good chance it's a long toe film. The degree of how long the toe portion of the film is varies with developer and film of course.
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Scouting out a new landscape spot. Light was very harsh at this time of day however I think there's good potential for late afternoon shots.

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I could not resist waiting more ... a new addition for the Mamiya M645, a Sekor C 35/3.5.
(x-post from Medium Format thread)

While Charlotte was at a swim meet late this afternoon, I slipped out for some super fast tests ... here, FP4 Plus home developed in LC-29 (8 min.) with Epson V600 scan ... this combo should be a lot of fun.





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A few years ago I stumbled across a bulk roll of Kodak Panatomic-X at a photography swap meet. Recently I've been going through my old stuff and found the bulk loader still with the Panatomic-X inside. All I ended up doing back when I got the bulk roll was shoot a test roll; after that a general lull in motivation has meant that the bulk roll hasn't been touched until now.

A few days ago I loaded up a roll of 10 or so frames and shot them during my lunch break. Unfortunately I thought the film was ASA 25. So I over exposed by a stop to make it ISO 12. I then developed in ID-11 1+1 for 9 minutes at 20 degrees, which was the base time for D-76 printed on an original brochure for the film.

As it turns out this old film didn't need the over exposure, and my results turned out somewhat overblown and dense.
I'll shoot some more of this soon because I figure that there is point leaving it sitting around unused.
Even with being 30 years expired and over exposed I had to reduce the level of my normal sharpening routine in Lightroom!
Next time I'll probably shoot it as ISO 25 or perhaps even the box speed of 32.

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My local cameras shop held a film scavenger hunt a few weekends ago, and I signed up, failed to really get any inspiration for the goals, and submitted a half-shot roll as the processing was already paid for, so why not.

Came in today to discover that this had won for its prompt, which was "picture within picture". It didn't turn out how I was hoping, but it got me a few rolls of free Ilford, so who am I to complain.




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Leica IIIa Sync (a converted III) + Leitz Hektor 5cm/2.5 + HP5 Plus + LC-29 ... another stroll from last weekend or before.







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This roll has just come out of my recently acquired Bronica RF645. Got a test roll through it to see spacing is ok. Seems to be a very decent camera. So it is a whole roll posted here, not just one picture... LOL

Proper scans to follow...
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Super A, HD DA 40mm , FA 35mm & D FA 28-105 with Lomo Lady Grey 400 (standard lab scan) Meh film, nothing like quality seen on this page.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kevin B123 Quote
Super A, HD DA 40mm , FA 35mm & D FA 28-105 with Lomo Lady Grey 400 (standard lab scan) Meh film, nothing like quality seen on this page.
The new/current Lady Grey is Fomapan 400 while it used to be T-Max 400 - check the box to see where it was made. The latter film is far superior and I won't be making the mistake of buying it again. When it was T-Max it was good value and it made it easy to be good 400 B&W from a real shop, at least where I am.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
The new/current Lady Grey is Fomapan 400 while it used to be T-Max 400 - check the box to see where it was made.
I bought this stuff from Boots, who had it on sale at 2 for a box of 3, so I should not be surprised at the results.
Lady Grey B&W 35 mm ISO 400 3 rolls Lomography Shop

Seeing the fantastic results from tuco on this page, well there is no comparison really and it's not worth using. the cost of development and scanning is a drain too.
Now I have a K-1ii I would prefer to spend on the next gen lenses, so I may just sell the film cameras (here of course).
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A3 (A3000), Ilford Delta 100, M50 f2
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