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    I just finished shooting a roll of Plus-X 120 in my Certo Certix. Expired 1989 but frozen since new so I suspect the developed roll will be fine. Next up will be a Plus-X roll in my Agfa Isolette. Only 17 rolls of the Plus-X left so I've been trying out Acros 100 as a replacement.

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    Just picked up a Kodak 35 and couple rolls of Plus-X (fresh) from Kaufmann's (a favorite local camera store).

    Home CLA went well. Tip: Leave "Wind" knob on the top deck after removing its retaining screw. The little springs and cylinders that enforce winding direction will pop out. Thought I had it together but when I went to bed I found a spring in my hair.

    The "huge" mirror makes the rangefinder suprisingly clear and bright.

    I know what the camera can do because I had one of these in high school, and have a print taken by one up at the front door.

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    Mamiya 645 with Acros 100 at my daughter's graduation.

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    Changed my mind this morning and loaded Panatomic-X instead.

    Thought I'd lost, but found a filter adapter I made for it that lets me use my 49mm filters. Since I recently did sensitometry on the film I know I'll get full 32 speed so set the meter to 16 for the yellow filter.

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    Linhof tech III 5x7 with either a 210 xenar or a 300 Comm. Ektar

    might take my rolleiflex (3.5 MX) as backup and Chinon memotron for fun too

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    Hassy 500C and 500EL/M, Nikon F3/T, and a Crown 4x5.

    Maybe a Pentax 67, too.
    See my work at my website CHRISTOPHER LANGE PHOTOGRAPHY

    or my snaps at my blog MINIMUM DENSITY
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    I just loaded up my F5 and headed out into the garden to shoot a roll.

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    M1911 Schmidt-Rubin rifle, handloads.

    In the camera (Nikon F, plain prism, various lenses) I have a roll of that old classic Tri-X.

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    I shooting a rodeo this weekend and have the M6 loaded with Delta 100 and the CL loaded with Delta 400. The CL has a Zeiss 18mm on it while the M6 has the 50mm Zeiss planar. I have an M9 in the bag as well with a couple more lenses.
    I'm pumped about using it this weekend.
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    I am doing a test run for trip to Iceland, Sigma SA 9, SA 7 with 42mm adaptor, SD9 (color) cannon QL III, Minolta Weathermatic, 3 Sigma Zooms 28 to 105, 100 to 300 and 28 to 80, Pentax 42mm 50 1.8 28 2.7 100 2.8 200 4.0. I will be shooting a roll of TriX, Tmax 100, Porta 400.

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