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    And jump right back in with home-processed E-6?!

    I guess it is just like riding a bike

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    Keep On Keeping It Real Emtor !!!


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    Welcome home. I also have a Rolleicord and it takes wonderful pictures.

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    Great stuff, congratulatins on your pilgrimage. I'm still a repeating sinner, but less so than before. Took up film (MF) again earlier this year, and though I wouldn't say the quality is that much better than can be had from my digital cameras, it sure is much more fun. Different league altogether.

    I can understand your wonder of the countryside up north, its stunning.

    Best regards
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    Welcome to APUG and glad you are shooting film again!

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    Sounds great - very glad you've found film again, I came back to film in a similar, roundabout way. Epson v750 huh? I had a v500 a while back and loved using it when making digital end-products of my film work - best of luck with it, I found it dead simple to use and the scans were everything I could have asked for.

    Just as a side note - I never really liked the way my colour reversal (slide) film looked when scanned with the v500 and always had to play around with it - not sure why that is, colour negative stuff looked great without any alterations. Anyhow all the best and enjoy your new old cameras!
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    Well,-I'm a "søring" too, and I moved to Karasjok a year ago, which made me take up photography again after many years of no activity.
    I can't make claims about digital in general, but my Nikon D-50 and D-3000 did not impress me very much. For close-ups these cameras are fine, but for landscapes they proved (in my opinion) almost useless. I still have a long way to go in getting to know my scanner and the software (Epson v750/silverfast) but so far the results look promising. But I'll admit that digital is easier, and I truly hate the mess with chemicals in the darkroom, but the medium format gear is a world apart from the lower cost consumer DSLR's.

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    Those Rollei (cords and flexs) will always deliver. One dare not speak them in the same breath as Yaschica, much less Lubitel! Keep the Rolleis rolling along!
    If the lens doesn't read "ZEISS", then it just isn't.

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