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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Ilford FP4 @ 100 using a Pyro staining developer. Prepare to be amazed at the tonality you get. For color, Kodak Ektar 100.

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    Well, i don't have Pyro developer yet, so what now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TareqPhoto View Post
    Well, i don't have Pyro developer yet, so what now?
    Rodinal. or... Most developers will give you really good results so use what you have.
    Where ever you are, there you be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Rodinal. or... Most developers will give you really good results so use what you have.
    Also i don't have Rodinal

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    Finally my KL 4/65L lens arrived and i got it from the post office, now i should test this one before 127mm.

    I am done with RB and RZ, any more lens i can afford or buy will be bonus, a macro or TS or tele are not my big main interest yet, i have 180mm for RZ, 110 on RZ and 127mm for medium range, and 50/65mm for wide end, macro will be next but which one, for RZ or for RB?

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    Personally, I think you've run out of GAS. Get a couple of extenders and use the 127 and 110 for your macro lens. Not much you can't shoot with your current setup.
    Where ever you are, there you be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Personally, I think you've run out of GAS. Get a couple of extenders and use the 127 and 110 for your macro lens. Not much you can't shoot with your current setup.
    True, i will use my current lenses for sure, and that extension tube or extender is in my wish or watch list.

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    Here are the results from 65mm
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    And 3 more from the same roll
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    Those photos look great! Can't wait to try mine out this weekend. I have the 90mm and 180mm lenses. Looks like i won't be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micwag2 View Post
    Those photos look great! Can't wait to try mine out this weekend. I have the 90mm and 180mm lenses. Looks like i won't be disappointed.

    Yes, tested 90mm first time i used RB and it was great, and now this 65mm is also a nice glass, you won't be disappointed, just make sure to choose a good film for it, honestly speaking, Acros and PanF and FP4 always amazes me.

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