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11-08-2011, 07:15 AM   #6331
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
, inoperative meter
doesn't seem to be a problem

nice shot btw.

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This isn't much but I thought it would be cool to show off the MZ-S data imprinting feature. While researching this camera, I couldn't find anything on the internet showing this.

Scanned using 120 holder for my V500

MZ-S, DFA 100/2.8, Ferrania 200
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
This isn't much but I thought it would be cool to show off the MZ-S data imprinting feature. While researching this camera, I couldn't find anything on the internet showing this.

Scanned using 120 holder for my V500

MZ-S, DFA 100/2.8, Ferrania 200
that is a cool feature for film days (analogue exif lol)
11-08-2011, 03:09 PM   #6334
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
that is a cool feature for film days (analogue exif lol)
I only wish it recorded focal length when F, FA, FAJ, DFA, and DA lenses are used.
Then I could better keep track of what lens I used.

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ahh, using the MF holder, brilliant! I was trying to think of away to get the edges in the scan. thanks!
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MZ-7 with Kodak cheap film
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Hmmm, need to get me some of the Kodak cheap film




SP1000, Super Tak 50/1.4, ColorPlus 200
11-10-2011, 08:37 AM   #6338
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haha yeah that Kodak cheap film is lookin' nice! great colors.

sharp little guy there, Nesster, nice photo.

here's a couple from my Hasselblad with Fuji Reala 100, I think I somehow ruined the rest of the roll. you can see some light leaked on the hydrant picture, the rest were much worse. I think my darkslide came out slightly when the back was off the camera. I can't figure out any other reason that would've happened. anyway...

walked into my friend's house and saw this setup (cold toast in the toaster, unplugged, next to a vase of flowers). it was picturesque in my mind, and I think it came out OK.



light leak :0(



I'll be picking up some 35mm from the K1000 tonight, hopefully I can get some scanned this evening to post. :0)

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That metal toaster has some nice tone... nice catch.




more from the SP1000/SuperTak 50/1.4 / Colorplus 200
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OK. I will play. Spotmatic, 100mm f4, Ektachrome VS, cheaposcan

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Kodak Ultra Max 400 (expired)
Pentax Super A at about 15th second
Pentax-A 50mm f1.7 at f1.7

Pleased with how this came out, was worried it would be a horrid blur. The film gave a heavy green cast which was quite unpleasant, now quite managed to get rid of all of it.
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I've been loving my zoom lately...

a few full frame shots from the Vivitar 75-205mm f/3.8 "Macro" Zoom, Kodak Ektar 100:











and here's a cropped shot taken with the Focal 135mm f/2.8, also on Ektar 100:

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Wow. Lovely colours and sharpness.
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Here a couple of shots i took with my ME with a sirius 70-210 zoom and a takumar 28-80 zoom. boots own film.
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