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    Actually Ralph ^^; So embarrassed but um I have already sort of stumped upon *ahem* another little slr which my grabby hands couldn't say no to *sweat* see when I told my borhter and his wife I wanted to shoot filM she said she had *an old slr* somewhere in her house...so I couldn't resist going to her house to see what this tempting thing was doing hiding away in her closet and so she sold it to me for $25 dollars and now I also have a Asashi Pentax X-1000 too but the 2 lenses were done for full of fungi and I am clueless as if they can be cleaned I don't know how to take them apart so I'm on the look out for a lens for it maybe a 50mm prime which is what I am used to shooting with and could be potentially cheap? I need a lens to test it. The body seems kind of beat up and I don't see that foam part on the inside where the mirror is is that a problem. I didn't even want to bring this new cam up because I've laready asked so much about the AE-1 and I seem to already have a serious GAS problem XD

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    Oh and roger sorry for calling the film crappy XD I think that's the one please excuse my total lack of knowledge here I just heard it wasnt real b/w thanks so much for letting me know that it's good then I'm excited to develop that roll

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    Kodak BW400CN is Incredible stuff, don't let anyone say it's not. The latitude and smooth grain structure is beautiful. By far my favorite B&W film to shoot with when it's anything I want to be high contrast or pushed really far.

    The color picture of the girl looks GREAT. The color is really actually quite wonderful. Where did you get it processed?

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    f 1.4 I got it processed at walgreens but I also did some PP on photoshop to up the colors but the acutal colors are pretty good but the prints left so much to be desired I really need to start making my own I'm just intimmidated by the whole drak room enlarger bit and how little space I have here...

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    You really do need to update your info to include where you are located, there may be a member close by that could assist you in your endeavors.
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    Of the truth that gold can never buy
    Of the bawbles that it may.

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    Ok I got my first B/W roll developed tonight and I uploaded some of the pics to my Flickr to share I am not impressed at all and the film was like all crazy with streaks, lines dark/light sides so I don't know what I did to it or if it was a bad film but here they are:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...in/photostream

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...in/photostream

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

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    Anayari, I do see the streaks and lines you're talking about. I don't know enough about film to tell you for certain what could have caused them, but if I had to guess I'd say that to me it looks like something inside the camera lightly scratched the film. Even though you have streaks or scratches on the film, they don't take much away from the pictures, IMO - the shots themselves are very good. And, some of the streaks can be diminished, significantly, if you do some PP in Photoshop. Really nice set of pics you have there.

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