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    well it was so nice yesterday that i wish i'd had an ND filter with me ...

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    If i were you (I have a Mamiya 645 Super) i'd load 1 back with FP4+ and the other with Foma 400.
    happy shooting, Cornwall is beautiful...i was there last July!

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    To anyone reading, its worth while having at least a 2 stop spread in film maybe even 50 and 400 when using a Bronica. I think its more of a problem having over fast film, as you can always use a tripod, whereas the other way round, you will need ND filters. We chatted with a local who had lived in the area a long time, who said the weather is getting more extreme. I was staying in Mousehole, and shot 5 and a bit rolls off. I can recommend a cottage Trecarrell, and would actually aim at going off season for more dramatic skies. Hopefully, I have some night shots of the harbour area, some shots from walking in the sunshine (3 lenses, two backs, tripod and a toddler on my back, for a military yomp across Lands End) and other tourist photos. I have not developed the films yet!

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    Going to Cornwall off season will not necessarily get you more dramatic skies. Cornwall can do matt grey flat skies for weeks at a time. If you want dramatic skies, come to Lincolnshire.

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    I wanted to add, there is a photography exhibition in the maritime museum in Falmouth, with 16x12 prints from Alan Villiers "Tall Ships" collection, which is well worth a visit...the book is on Amazon:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Last-Wind-Sh...hu-rd_add_1_dp

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