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    Here's one result.



    Unfortunately I don't know the aperture on this one. I must have bumped it because all the other tests at the same time as this one were way underexposed and the exposure was identical to another camera. This was 3.5 hours with an Olympus 35mm camera and Provia 100F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurt765 View Post
    Here's one result.
    Great result Kurt! If you do figure out what the aperture was, post it here. May be a nice guide for others wanting to try it out with Provia 100F or a similar film.
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    Congratulations on bumping your aperture and ending up with a very nice pic!
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    Thanks. The pic is unfortunately not very sharp. It's kinda in focus on the left side, but drifts out of focus to the right. This was with the 50mm 1.8 lens, and I'm guessing it must have been at 1.8 but I'm confused how I could have out of focus mountains across a range when they are all over a mile away focused at infinity.

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    The camera must have moved during the exposure, or I guess it is possible that your lens mount is tweaked.
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    Here's what was supposed to be an identical exposure (and identical film). This is wrestled from the very edge of what my Nikon 9000 scanner could pull out of this piece of film.


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    you guys are right, I can't see any of the people holding those lanterns…just kidding. shots look great!

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    Haha, that part of my planned shot is not yet ready to begin testing. Once I get the kind of exposure I want right, then I'll start running around in the dark with lanterns, hehe.

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    Behind the scenes pic from last weekend's testing. Mamiya 645, 5DII, Canon Canonet QL17 GIII, Olympus OM-1N, Olympus OM10
    I just acquired another Mamiya 645. The one I have has some issues with the cable release adapter. While I was sitting there waiting for the exposures, it spontaneously started over, so I have no idea how long its exposure was.

    Added Ektachrome 100G and 100VS to the testing pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurt765 View Post


    Behind the scenes pic from last weekend's testing. Mamiya 645, 5DII, Canon Canonet QL17 GIII, Olympus OM-1N, Olympus OM10
    I just acquired another Mamiya 645. The one I have has some issues with the cable release adapter. While I was sitting there waiting for the exposures, it spontaneously started over, so I have no idea how long its exposure was.

    Added Ektachrome 100G and 100VS to the testing pool.
    Looks like some off-limits top secret military antenna facility for detecting spy planes or intergalactic radiation or so...

    LOFAR (LOw Frequency ARray):

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    "Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?"

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