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    A few test pics just for fun

    I took out an old Ricoh 35ZF that my Dad had and put a battery and a roll of Ilford Delta 400 in it. These are a few of the frames that I snapped Tuesday morning testing it out. These are 1/250'th @ f/16 which is at least one stop overexposed and then developed in D-D23 for 5+4 minutes. No attempt was made to be artistic (as if I could be anyway ), these are just point and shoots.

    Ricoh pics

    It's not a bad little camera - very simple to use - lightweight and compact.

    cheers eh?

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    Very nice. I especially love the bridge shot.
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    Very nice indeed! I loved the bridge shot too, as well as the door handle.

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    TFS John, very nice set indeed. I second the bridge and door handle shots. I noticed in a couple of pictures, that the presence of modern automobiles was the only hint that I had that these were recent images. I could picture them as being taken in the 60s.
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    Nice work John, thanks for sharing and thanks for taking the Ricoh out and giving it another chance to do what it does best.
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    Subway

    I like your shots very much, but the omnipresense of Subway is very annoying, it's hard to even shoot a row of old buildings in Berlin without having one in the field of vision! Where do all these shops come from?

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    Nice crisp images.
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