You missing my point here. As most people who use TLR or any other film camera modern times, they doing it for fun and joy only. There are no that many pros left who constantly use film. I like Lubitel not because of results (I have over 20 tlrs including 5 yashicas, 2 mamiyas with 65mm, 80mm, 105mm, 135mm and gorgeous 180mm "Super" lenses, few zeises, ricohs, rolleicords, and even rare mamiyaflex with olympus lenses, plus few other ones) but once a while I'm going back to Lubitel just because I like. I'm just enjoying process with lubitel which forces me to be more careful and think more, and I'm surprised every time when I see results from this plastic camera. And I never had feeling that I'm limiting myself.
Originally Posted by Dali
As I said - there nothing that much to talk about my sample pictures. They aren't perfect and I know it. They were my first tests I took with lubitel that I assembled from 3 donor cameras that I got as a gift and first medium format I ever did...
Going back to the topic of this thread - guy made some pictures with lubitel and he enjoyed his results (whose I like too, btw). Why should we tell him that camera he used is not perfect?
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