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    First B&W from Lynx 14E

    Kentmere 400 film, developed in Tmax 1-4 for 6 minutes, Yashica Lynx 14E, Yashinon-DX 45/1.4. The Lynx is my replacement for my way-too-light-for-my-tremoring-hands Bessa R and canon 50/1.8.

    Handheld (125/f5.6 IIRC; many of you know I have tremor issues, which is why I went to a heavy, fixed lens RF):


    Handheld (250/f8 ):


    Handheld (500/f11):


    Handheld (125 or 60/5.6 or so)


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    Handheld (60 or 125/f5.6 or thereabouts; this lens compares favorably with my former Canon 50/1.8 and my Super-Takumar 55/2):


    Handheld (250/f8 maybe):


    Tripod (30 or 15 at f8 or so):

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    Looks like the Lynx is working out quite well for you. Nice sharp images. I also like your processing, very smooth.

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    Thanks, Gerry. Developing is coming along. These pics are from my fifth roll. The Kentmere is no HP5 or Tri-X, but boy does it dry flat, which helps my little Epson V300 a bunch ...



 

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