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    Apollo 11 Hasselblad photos.

    http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html...tos/index.html

    You've gotta love the NY Times. Even though they no longer even have a darkroom in the building, they keep on giving us access to some great photos; either via their Lens blog or articles like this.

    Rick

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    I enjoyed those photos, thanks Rick!

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    Anybody know what film and lenses they used?

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    Lenses:

    Zeiss (Oberkochen) Biogon 60mm, Planar 80mm, Planar 100mm and UV-Sonnar 105.

    The camera with the reseau-plate only took the Biogon. Which was recalculated, not at least due the distorting refraction of the plate.


    Films:

    Ektachrome MS (SO)

    (Ektachrome EF (SO); maybe)

    High Resolution Aerial color film (SO)

    Panatomic X Aerial

    High Speed Recording

    All films on PET base and all emulsions in use outside of the Apollo project before. (I can't specify on Apollo 11)

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    [QUOTE=skyrick;828062]http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html...tos/index.html

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    Ah, c'mon, everyone knows all that was done on a sound stage in Burbank.
    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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    Yep.
    But what film and lenses were used?

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    AgX, that is one authoritative answer. Thanks!

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    The astronauts left the cameras on the moon so they could bring back more rocks.
    Maybe next time I'm there I'll bring back a few of them. Would be worth a fortune now. Oh, I forgot, I don't have a space ship.:rolleyes:
    BTW great images from NYT now that I'm back to reality.

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    Does anyone know what the exposure would be required on the surface of the moon sunlit side? Is it brighter than EV 15, sunny f16 rule?
    Sam H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Hotton View Post
    Does anyone know what the exposure would be required on the surface of the moon sunlit side? Is it brighter than EV 15, sunny f16 rule?
    Sam H.
    Best way is to take a piece of grass in the shadow and set it into zone V.
    Or measure the clouds.

    It is closer to the sun, so maybe it's 1/10 stop higher than on earth.

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