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    I thought I'd start off a thread for those 35 & 120 film shooters out there.

    Please list your system, lens and film with your posts.

    A few starters -

    Nikon F100 + Nikkor 50mm f1.8 + Fuji Superia 200




























    Voigtlander Bessa R + Colour Skopar 35mm f2.5 + Agfa APX










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    Cameras: Nikon F5, Canon F1, Canon FTb, Mamiya C330F, Mamiya RB67 ProSD, Holga, Chamonix 4x5
    Film: Velvia 50/100F, Provia, Portra 160 NC, lots of B&W, etc.
    -Dragos
    Panasonic GH1 + various lenses


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    My Full Frame is Film
    So is mine...


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    Quote Originally Posted by phigmov View Post
    I thought I'd start off a thread for those 35 & 120 film shooters out there.

    Please list your system, lens and film with your posts.
    -Nikon N6006
    -Nikon N75
    -Contax G1
    -Yashica Electro 35 GSN

    Assorted glass & film


    USAF Miltary Training Instructor (MTI) by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr


    Mission San Jose Y San Miguel De Aguayo by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr


    1966 Corvette Sting Ray by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr
    Last edited by RT_Panther; March 15th, 2012 at 07:59 AM.

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    I've been disappointed in the results from scanning 35mm transparencies, so I'm pretty much done with film at this point, I think. Probably the only reason I'd consider shooting film again would be large format work with a view camera (there's just so much you can do with tilts and shifts, and no, a T&S lens on a small camera just isn't the same).

    But given the cost, weight and complexity of dealing with large format film, I doubt I'll ever actually get back to it.

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    I appreciate ur hard work and patience but honestly nothing is inspiring me to think that these shot are competing with FF . They are not even closer to a simple P&S leave aside DLSR , MFT or high end P&S. Is there something wrong in scanning pics?
    Cheers
    Bhupinder
    OMD Silver with battery Grip
    Olympus 45mm 1.8
    Olympus 60 mm 2.8
    Fuji X100 Black LE


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhupinder2002 View Post
    I appreciate ur hard work and patience but honestly nothing is inspiring me to think that these shot are competing with FF . They are not even closer to a simple P&S leave aside DLSR , MFT or high end P&S. Is there something wrong in scanning pics?
    Cheers
    Bhupinder
    35mm film is the film standard for which full frame digital sensors are measured with.
    What are you looking for in our shots


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    Quote Originally Posted by RT_Panther View Post
    35mm film is the film standarrd for which full frame digital sensors are measured with.
    What are you looking for in our shots
    I am looking for sharpness and rich colours .. I know about 35 mm film ..hahaaah
    Cheers
    OMD Silver with battery Grip
    Olympus 45mm 1.8
    Olympus 60 mm 2.8
    Fuji X100 Black LE


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhupinder2002 View Post
    I am looking for sharpness and rich colours .. I know about 35 mm film ..hahaaah
    Cheers
    Hmmm...let's see....
    No in-camera sharpening or post-process sharpening (though you can stack negatives to increase sharpness) so depending on your focus technique, film will really let you know just how good/bad your lens is....

    Different films have different levels of color saturation


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    I use a Konica Hexar RF, 15mm f/4.5 (V), 24mm f/2.8 (L), 35mm f/1.4 (L), 40mm f/2 (L), 50mm f/2.8 (L), 50mm f/1.4 (C), 65mm f/3.5 macro (L), 90mm f/2.8 (L). V = Voigtlander, L = Leica and C = Canon.

    The films I use are Kodak BW400CN for its speed and convenience and Adox CMS 20 for its incredibly fine grain. More than 90% of my film photography is in black and white, probably 95%, but I keep a small stock of Fujichrome Provia and Velvia slide film and Fujicolor Pro 160S and 400H in the freezer for colour.

    I also have a Leica M9P body to use with these lenses.
    Last edited by foto2021; March 15th, 2012 at 09:22 AM.
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    Colin

    Panasonic G3, 20mm, 14-45mm, 45-200mm, Olympus 45mm, 9-18mm.

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