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    This week I am shooting with...

    *This thread has been split. part 2 is here: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum127/...ml#post1334590

    Feel free to add your own lists. I'll start things off.

    This week, I have film loaded in the following cameras, ready for some pleasurable shooting.

    Nikon F with plain e/l finder, 50mm f1.4 lens

    Minolta XE-7 with 58mm f1.4

    Soligor Reflex ( 6x6 SLR ) with 52mm f3.5 Kaligar

    Ricoh 35 Flex

    Agfa Optima 1

    Fujica 35-EE

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    Nikon F6, Nikkor 24-120mm F3.5-5.6D AF-S VR Zoom Lens, loaded with either Velvia or Provia F (haven't loaded it yet).
    Last edited by roteague; 09-03-2007 at 05:18 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Just used my Bronica ETRS at my sister's daughter's christening. I only used one roll of FP4.... Except that when I took it out for processing I discovered it was actually HP5 which I had exposed at EI 100 !!!

    It turned out o.k. with a significant reduction in development time.


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    5x7" Press Graflex
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    Mamiya RZ with Fuji Provia 100 for my first Big assignment. wish me luck.

    cheers

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    Minolta Hi-Matic 7 with PKR 64 for fun, and later on Spotmatic F with Portra for some assignment.
    Using film since before it was hip.


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    M2, M4-P, MP, M8 (Efke 820c + Ilford HP5 Plus as applicable)

    Maybe Graflex 22 (HP5 Plus)

    And if the weather holds, Alpa 12 WA, Zeiss Biogon 38/4.5 + 66x44 back, HP5 Plus.

    If the weather doesn't hold, maybe still lifes with Linhof Technikardan 45, 56x72mm roll film back loaded with Ilford Delta 100, 210/5.6 Rodenstock Sironar-N.
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    When I can get the ground-glass fixed for it, a circa 1905 Gundlach Wizard 11x14 field camera with an 18-29-39" triple convertible Rapid Rectilinear lens in an old Manhattan Optical pneumatic shutter. On hand-coated glass dry-plates.

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    My 'grab and go' camera this week is my Nikon F with a
    [working!] Photomic finder and Yellow filter loaded up with Tri-X.
    I like the classics too.

    I don't have an XE-7 but used to have an XE-5. I loved the short-throw, smooth as glass film transport. They were wonderful cameras.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Finetta 88 with Delta 100 (I think. I forgot what's in the camera, eek)
    Need to finish up a roll of Portra 160NC in my Ilford Sporti too but the weather isn't cooperating much for ISO160.
    There's some RSX II 200 in the Brownie No.2 Model E (the cardboard model) too.
    ~Heather
    oooh shiny!
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