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    Lee - Good to see you are getting out and shootin' - I might take some time tomorrow to get out while the weather is above 0?...
    And the Zero's are a much lighter alternative to the Hasselblad no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by segedi View Post
    Lee - Good to see you are getting out and shootin' - I might take some time tomorrow to get out while the weather is above 0?...
    And the Zero's are a much lighter alternative to the Hasselblad no?
    True, the Zero is a very lite camera. Looking forward to going to the falls. We are getting some rain, so we hope to see some water at the waterfalls.
    http://www.miamicountyparks.com/charfalls.html

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    Charleston Falls, Pond and Farmhouse images.

    I had a bunch of issues with the shutter on the Zero Image. It was open when I did not want to be and smoked several frames. Would pull it out of the case and it would be open. Really made me unhappy. Had one roll set to be 6x7 and when I mounted it vertically it slid open, GRRRRR.

    But I did get a few photos here for the Month of Gratitude shoots. Post yours too, like to see them.

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    Still in the spirit of Gratitude in November, I got out to work off the turkey comma and took the Zero Image camera with me. Here are a couple of images I took.
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    Lee, great shots. What film/dev combo did you use?
    I've not had the shutter slide open - do you use the cable release version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by segedi View Post
    Lee, great shots. What film/dev combo did you use?
    I've not had the shutter slide open - do you use the cable release version?
    Morning,
    I have the shutter release with the cable device. I've been paying more attention to how I transport and case it up to help eliminate the shutter magically being open. Only happened once on this treck within two rolls of Across 100 film, developed in Diafine. It was partially open leaving a blur on one frame, but I believe the shutter was dragging when it closed and as I stuck my head in front of the camera I noticed it was still partially up. (probably a result of the cheap cable release from ebay)

    Here is one more image from that day. I have some additional ones I am working on.

    When reloading the film this time for future shots I set it to 6x9 format. So after next week's prediction of rain I hope to think wide.

    Make it a great day, just get out and photograph something.
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