Ferrania 100 and Oreston/Super-Takumar samples ...

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by paulfish4570, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. paulfish4570

    paulfish4570 Member

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    Pentax SP1000, Meyer-Optik Oreston 50/1.8 and Super-Takumar 55/2, Ferrania 100 and the best scans I have ever got from Walgreens. No PP.

    Oreston, tripod, dead sweet gum tree leaves and seed pod, 1/4 @ f11:
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    Super-Takumar, tripod, did not record exposure:
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    Oreston, handheld, 1/60 @ f4 or so:
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    Oreston, handheld, exposure not recorded but IIRC 1/125 @ f8 or so:
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    Oreston, handheld, 1/30 wide open, standard fluorescent lighting hues (That is my son-in-law in the foreground; we were eating at an Indian cafe in Pensacola where the barkeep/owner is a Sikh, and Bollywood music videos are played constantly with no sound.):
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    Oreston, handheld, exposure not recorded, on Black Creek where we live by the incongurous giant float and white plastic chair:
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    Yup, that's the Ferrania look we all know and love.
     
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    Nice! I'm a big fan of Ferrania and sad to see it go.
     
  4. paulfish4570

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    Thanks, Patois. A friend sent me a couple of rolls of 400 and one of 100. I really like the stuff, especially the 400 with is pastel grain:

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    Konica SIII, fixed Hexanon 47/1.9