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Rolleiflex 2.8E | HP5+ pushed 3 stops | HC-110
 

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Those look great! I'm glad to hear you say the kit is fairly easy, as I've thought about picking it up. I'm using Cinestill DF96 monobath for black and white and getting fairly good results, I've developed probably close to a dozen rolls now and it's pretty simple stuff. C41 would be a definite skill upgrade.
I've heard great things about the DF96, i'll probably eventually get around to trying it! For the C41, I got a cheap sous vide off of amazon which helped my temps remain hot and consistent. Other than the temp, it's pretty similar. Also one thing I like about developing c41 is you can mix and match film stocks.
 

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Belton House - a 17th Century home nearby to us. Image from Nikon FE/AI-NIkkor 50-1.8 on Fuji Provia 100 slide film.

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A couple from Lincoln:

Top: Mamiya 645/Sekor-C 80-2.8/Kodak Portra 160
Bottom: Nikon FE/AI-Nikkor 50-1.8/Kodak Tri-X 400
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A few taken on my Canon EOS-3. It's a beast, so I don't take it out nearly as often as I should. All Kodak Ektar 100.

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Late Bloomers by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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Late Bloomers by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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outdoor decor by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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The Breck Transformer by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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Autumn in Breckenridge by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

And a wonderfully familiar face @Crdome 😃

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Friends on Film by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr
 
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Found some of my Dad's old B&W negs circa 1974. That's me in the stylin' jacket and plaid pants. The second is of my high school girl friend, about 1987. The last one is why you should dig out your old negatives and start scanning.View attachment 769558View attachment 769557View attachment 769559
Love the first one! But that second pic...so wonderful! Looks like it could've been in the pages of Seventeen magazine back in the day!

So sorry to see that's happened to your negatives. I tried to start digitizing mine a few years ago with a scanner the hubby bought me for Xmas, for just that purpose. It was a frustrating and thankless process where I spent about 2 days scanning and scanning with really crappy results. Then my cat chewed through the power cord. 🙄 Seeing this is making think I need to get to digitizing again, at the very least, all the prints I have from the negatives.
 
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Great shots!
How do you find the EOS-3 ? Does it have the eye-focus ability ?
I love this camera. My only complaint is that after shooting Oly M43 for a decade, it's so BIG! I find I don't take it out as often as I should.

It does have the eye focus ability! The initial tests I did before the batteries died on me were very positive!
 

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35mm = Nikon F2 + 35-105

120= Hasselblad 500cm + 80
The sad thing is this kit was cheaper than my D70, in 2004.​

I find it just FUN to take out the old film gear, and slow down and shoot.
 

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Out and about with Medium Format:

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Mamiya M645/Mamiya-Sekor 80-2.8/Iflord Delta 100 Pro.
 

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Top: Nikon FE/AI-Nikkor 50-1.8/Portra 160
Bottom 2: Mamiya M645/Sekor-C 80-2.8/Iford Delta 100

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One from quite a few years ago, taken at Coy's Historic Festival at Silverstone.
Camera: Nikon F3/AI-Nikkor 50-1.4
Film: Kodachrome 25
Car: Maserati 250F (imho the most beautiful race car ever made).

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One from the archives - found some slides (which I thought were long lost) in our garage this afternoon so have been scanning away. This is from British Superbikes at Brands Hatch (1996) where we'd blagged some pit passes.

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Nikon F3/AI-Nikkor 50-1.4/Kodachrome 200
 

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Ilford HP5+ toothy grain when pushed to 800.

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Negatives arrived back from the lab this afternoon so got to scanning a few.

Film: Kodak Tri-X
Camera: Nikon F3
Glass: AI-Nikkors 50-1.8 & 105-2.5
Scanned with Plustek OpticFilm 8100, RAWs converted in Negative Lab Pro.

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Expired Superia 400 overexposed a stop, the Bessa T with 50mm f3.5 Heliar (before I bid farewell to that lens).

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