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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcallow
    Where would one find a trial kit and more information?
    http://www.retrophotographic.com/ say they have the Rollei R3 film for sale....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcallow
    Where would one find a trial kit and more information?
    http://www.retrophotographic.com/ is showing the Rollei R3 film available - complete with wooden box....

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    An example of the new Rollei PAN25 film, 35mm, E.I. 25, AM74 1+9, 5:30 Min. 20 degrees C.

    Just a bit over developed, 0,74 logD on the greycard. Not to bad.
    and yes, a Dutch girl on a real Dutch windmill.
    http://www.photo.net/bboard/uploaded...ad_id=25847684


    Best regards,

    Robert

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    You have to keep the grey-card in het right way/direction...
    No "tilting" allowed...:-)
    Completely parrallel with the camera.

    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotohuis
    An example of the new Rollei PAN25 film, 35mm, E.I. 25, AM74 1+9, 5:30 Min. 20 degrees C.

    Just a bit over developed, 0,74 logD on the greycard. Not to bad.
    and yes, a Dutch girl on a real Dutch windmill.
    http://www.photo.net/bboard/uploaded...ad_id=25847684


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    Robert
    With all respect, if that`s how this film looks, it will not sell much..
    Looks pretty awful to me, unsharp and grainy...
    If you have other examples, please post them.

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    Thanks Fred for your comment, but the picture was nice even with the greycard a little misaligned. We are using reflection tape on the greycard (horizontal and vertical) so that you can see it's OK in lighting.

    @blix: We have arranged a new website for this model, pictures are made on Rollei PAN25 and R3, testcamera M7 with Summicron 2,0/50mm. Yes, this scan was not in its optimum way, but if you want: Up from next week the Rollei trial kits are ready and transport costs within Europe will be on our costs. Both will be ready next week.

    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/nl/frame.html

    *Assortiment* --> *Filmrolletjes* --> *Rollei/Maco*

    Have a nice weekend,

    Robert

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    I love the fact that they are innovating and trying to push film forward, But somehow their lineup looks a lot like the Maco film that have been around for a while...

    I have no problem with that, and if Maco and Rollei work together to make a better product and to keep it available for the coming years, all the best...

    I wish them all the best !

    Patrick Jan Van Hove
    "The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera"
    Mamut Photo, The Ultra-Large-Format photography homepage

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