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what was the last camera you used, could even to make 1 exposure
what film is in there, and if you processed it how was it developed ..

last camera i used was a western camera company cyclone #5 i used expired photo paper instead of film and it hasn't been developed yet ..

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Agfa Jsorette, Ilford PanF+, HC-110 dilution E for about five minutes.
I wanted to finish the roll, so I put on a red filter and took some pictures of clouds.
 

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Leica IIIa and Elmar 90/4

Eastman Kodak 5222 Double XX at EI200

Not developed yet.
 

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Baldixette w/ Fomapan 400 developed in BTTB.

I was pleasantly surprised by the results. Now to go and shoot something meaningful with it.
 

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Seroco (Sears Roebuck Co,) 5x7 with Rapid rectilinear, Ilford FP4+ film developed by inspection in Pyrocat HD+.
 

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A camera I hadn't used in about a year. Canon EOS 3, 70-200mm lens. Ilford FP4+ DD-X

Up next: Kodak Medalist II w/ Pan F+
 

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The last camera I used was my home made 5x4 folding camera which whilst not quite finished, reached a point at which it could be used to expose film so I took it out last Sunday and exposed two sheets of Ilford Delta 100.


5x4-3.JPG 5x4-0001s.jpg 5x4-0002s.jpg

The composition is nothing to write home about. I just pointed it at some trees and pressed the shutter so I had something to check for focus and light leaks.
Delta 100 (dated 2012) PMK pyro for 12 minutes. Exposure f32 and eight seconds


Steve.
 
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Flexaret Standard, Orwo NP22 (expired in 1992), Rodinal 1+40, 11 minutes @ 20°C - just to test the serviceability of this old film which reportedly had been stored in a basement.
Exposed at 19 DIN (ISO 64) instead of the box speed of 22 DIN (ISO 125), the film yielded highly satisfactory negatives (except for one double exposure) with practically no fog.
 

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Shen Hao 4x5, Kodak TXP 320, developed (just now) in Xtol 1:1, 10 1/2 minutes @ 68 degrees F. First batch of 50 portraits taken at an event. I'm using the Mod54 reel, processing 6 sheets at a time. Only eight more batches to go!
 
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Mamiya 7, portra 400, commercially processed. (I know, I know, never really liked to process color film)

I did it once (in 1983) and also made one colour print. I doubt that I will repeat the experience!


Steve.
 

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Zorki 1 with Ultrafine 100 B&W 35mm film
I absolutely love the way the camera operates. I was surprised at how fast you can compose and focus a shot with it. It was a real pleasure.
The negatives came out very well, I think.
The film, the camera, and the developer (Legacy Pro HC110) were all being tested for the first time and I definitely want to do more of it to refine my shots
 

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FWIW a Bessa-R with an Industar 61L/D lens using Eastman 5222 film.
 

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Mamiya C-33, Portra 160 on Monday. 8 rolls of C-41 and 5 B&W from the extended weekend. I just picked up some D-76 powder today, but might take the color to a lab.
 

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RB67 just last Sunday.

I swapped betwixt Ilford PanF and Kodak Ektar 100. The Ilford was developed that afternoon at home with DD-X, and the Kodak was developed commercially the next day.
 

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Must say that's a fine looking yet incomplete camera there Pal... i do want to see a completed set of photos of this beauty when you declare victory and show her to the world....

Logan
 

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That camera is gorgeous Steve. Good job!

My last shots were in a Zenit 11 (boo) w/ a Helios lens (yay). The film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Microdol-X full strength in a Publix mushroom dish (8 oz). I really like this combination of film and developer, and the 'shrooms weren't bad either.

DSCF0941.JPG New Style Helios at f4.jpg
 

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