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What is the difference between these two scans? One is grossly overexposed we can agree on that. But despite that the slide original looks perfectly fine! It turns out that the scanner cannot cope with clear or almost clear slide … Continue reading
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Here are some (admittedly sunky) scans from the little performer, the PEN-EE.S of 1962. One cool thing with any half-frame camera is that a normal 36 exp film lasts for at least 72 pictures! There is no real reason not … Continue reading
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Oh, those negative formats. My large format camera takes up to 13×18 cm sheets, my smallest – a russian Чайка I – 18×24 mm. Last year I found another one at the smaller end of things… this time an Olympus … Continue reading
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As a follow up to the last post about the Minolta AL here comes a few pictures from a roll of Fomapan 100 developed in HC-110 1+60 for 6m30s, as usual at 20C. Subsequent scanning was with a Canoscan 9000f … Continue reading