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    Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
    A wander around the markets with a couple rolls of 400VC in the C220. And some Neopan 400, but still 1/3 of that roll left.
    Yea, that's the problem with roll film... Shot a few frames of 35mm Provia100f of my grandpa 95 playing mini golf. That roll has models and landscapes and now my family. Weird mix...

    Roll of 120 Neopan400@800 with 2 frames left from a model shoot... What the heck should I shoot? To finish it?

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    On vacation, two rolls of FP4+ in 135, 1 roll of Portra 160 and 1 roll of Portra 400 in 120.
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    2 rolls of 120 Fuji Reala.
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    A single 35mm test roll of Ilford HP5+ while prototyping a possible project. The first roll of 35mm in a couple of years for me.

    Ken
    "When making a portrait, my approach is quite the same as when I am portraying a rock. I do not wish to impose my personality upon the sitter, but, keeping myself open to receive reactions from his own special ego, record this with nothing added: except of course when I am working professionally, when money enters in,—then for a price, I become a liar..."

    — Edward Weston, Daybooks, Vol. II, February 2, 1932

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    just shot my first 2 rolls of delta3200 in 135 (although I've gone through a ton of the stuff in 120).
    On my Bessa R3A, trying out the new red-P Jupiter 50/2 indoors to see if it renders as smooth as a Sonnar is meant to.
    Devved in microphen, with 40% extra time because of reuse it was 10 mins at 24C, the negs look perfect.

    Of course, I can't look at them big yet, my pc is recompiling itself so I can't scan, maybe I'll just contact-sheet them and get a loupe (I'm not wasting 76 8x10 sheets just to see what they look like)


    Also, a roll of 120 FP4 non-plus exp 1979, shot at ei50 and not devved yet.
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    One E100G in a Fm2, and a Delta 3200 in a F90x.
    Soon starting on a Superia 1600.

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    the new red-P Jupiter 50/2
    All Jupiter-8 lenses are the same: some might have differences due to lack of quality control, but more often it is the use they had that matters most. The red P just means that it is coated. They dropped that marking in the 60s when all lenses became coated anyway. Nikon and others did the same.
    Most Jupiter-8 were made by KMZ, but some were made by other factories. The Contax mount lenses were made from 1954 by Arsenal. The LTM mount ones were made mostly by KMZ, but also by GOMZ and Arsenal. Look at the factory marking to see where it was made.

    it renders as smooth as a Sonnar is meant to
    The Soviet Jupiter-8 had to be recalculated as the glass used was different from the German glasses used in the Sonnar.
    You'll find more info here: http://www.sovietcams.com/index.php?-483601546
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    I have loaded a roll of velvia into my Pentax MX, I only took 3 photos. I need some practice with it, since I'm going on a trip overseas and I need some practice with this film. My stock of E100VS is getting smaller.

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    I used 2 rolls of Vista+ 200 and one of Fomapan 200 in street markets.
    Fed 2, 5
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    Olympus OM-1N, OM-2N, OM-4, OM10
    A bunch of Nikons
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    Iceland

    A 7 day trip to Iceland staying in Reykjavik, budgeted 30 films and brought six back so 24 shot. Took a mixture of conventional and "T" grain emulsions.

    TriX 8
    HP5+ 4
    Delta 400 7
    FP4+ 4
    Delta 100 1

    Two bodies

    Now a marathon developing session or two !!
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