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    Chamonix 4x5....lots of film.

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    Houghton Butcher ensign box camera

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    Franka - a Solida III.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crabby View Post
    I had a few cameras sitting around for awhile with unfinished rolls inside. So I took them all for a walk today and shot them out.

    Quite an odd medley:

    Nikon N80
    Canonet QL25
    Fuji Pet 35
    Agfa Optima I
    Ricoh Auto Shot
    ..and the results were...

    Nikon N80 -- sharp and well exposed prints as expected.

    Canonet QL25 -- sharp but underexposed on auto about 1 stop. I will compensate next roll. Battery was fresh. Camera recently refurbished by Essex Repairs.

    Fuji Pet 35 -- didn't finish the roll yet!

    Optima I -- sharp but underexposed on auto. Poor exposures on backlit scenes, to be expected.

    Ricoh Auto Shot -- a pleasant surprise as most shots were razor sharp and well exposed. Selenium meter working fine after 40 years!

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    A Balda Baldixette I just bought for next to nothing.

    6x6 on 120, 72mm two element lens, one shutter speed (1/60) and a choice of f9 or f16. I think the weather dictates the the choice of film (400 for dull days, 100 for bright days).

    A quick test roll yesterday looks surprisingly good, much better than my similar format, £0.20 Ilford Sporti 6 which I reported on earlier in this thread.

    I will take it out for a proper test tomorrow.


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    about to head out with the deardorff once again, but a load of expired tmax400 came my way so the holga is riding shotgun.
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    about to head out with the deardorff once again, but a load of expired tmax400 came my way so the holga is riding shotgun.
    only took 2 frames with the holga, but did shoot 14 sheets of 4x5.
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Just bought 8x10 polaroid equipment (everyone's getting rid of theirs cheap) and some typ 809 and 803 I scrounged up from B&H. Last chance to try it I guess.

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    This weekend I will hopefully be taking out my recently converted Polaroid 110A.
    It now takes 120 film on a 6x10cm format, six pictures per roll.
    I was going to do a 5x4 conversion but the rangefinder window would have been obscured. I need a 110B for that now.


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