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    Quote Originally Posted by Bee Hedge
    Kim Tian I think....not Konata
    as mentioned by alvin, ruby sends to Spectra Colour Lab for slides processing.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumball
    Who cares about cheapo? Cheapo gears can produce nice photos too. as long as there are ppl out there to appreaciate the effort.

    u mean those photoshop charge $2.50 only to scan the photos into a CDR? That cheap? I thought it is at least $6 per roll? Which shop? whats the reso?
    Grace ->
    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...ighlight=grace

    KT ->
    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...light=Kim+tian

    Bring yr own cdr, or buy $1 from them. 1 cdr can do about 6 rolls meaning if u scan 3 rolls, next time bring the same cdr again for total 6 rolls.

    Cheapo good lah, I have expensive gear also and like it too . But less intimate and less challenging. Cheapo/classic is fun mah :-D

    My Hi-Tech gear seat in reserve bench most of the time loh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whoelse
    Grace ->
    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...ighlight=grace

    KT ->
    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...light=Kim+tian

    Bring yr own cdr, or buy $1 from them. 1 cdr can do about 6 rolls meaning if u scan 3 rolls, next time bring the same cdr again for total 6 rolls.

    Cheapo good lah, I have expensive gear also and like it too . But less intimate and less challenging. Cheapo/classic is fun mah :-D

    My Hi-Tech gear seat in reserve bench most of the time loh.
    wanna do a trade? swap with u my first class gear with your reserved gear?

    hahaha thanks for the info anyway.

    cheers!

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    so, wat is yr 1st class gear? pin-hole camera izit?

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    a P&S pentax film camera with zoom range 35-115mm.

    produce fantastic photos. came out as 1st runner up in 1997 in one of the show, think in european, lost to canon.

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    That camera is capable of producing award wining shot

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    w/o doubts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumball
    w/o doubts.
    Ah ball, are you into Ah Pek camera like me too?

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    My FD mount AV-1 still serve me well. What you say? I especially like the f1.4 50mm FD mount lens.

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    Wow, got buddy man. Rare in CS. What battery does it use? I've heard good things about Canon FD lens.

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    Simply a 4G-13 6 V mercury oxide battery or a 4LR44 alkaline battery.

    This camera is now in the Canon camera museum now...
    http://www.canon.com/camera-museum/c.../1979_av1.html

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    with 4LR44, is the meter still accurate? Canon F1 oso look solid. Heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alchemist
    Yup, Ruby is the place to develop slides at $4.10, and Cathay to buy slides...though they ran out of Sensia last week... wonder when the stock is coming...sigh.
    Alvin & Alchemist - THANKS for the info!
    Looks like i will be shooting mostly slides with this kind of price.

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    buy REALA..cannot be wrong with it....
    Take both its legs down first, then cuts its tail, next is shoot between its eyes:devil:

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    How much is a roll of Reala now? Forgotten since I bought mine quite long back.

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    135 reala should be just under 10 bucks per roll.

    Would like to add, once you have found a slide film you throughly enjoy, it may make more sense to buy 100 foot bulk rolls. My velvia 50 is approximately S$6.75 per can of 36 exposures, versus S$9+ when bought outside.

    OT: When shooting 135 Fuji NPC versus NPS, what is the difference? Some time back I shot these two films on the same day same place same time same camera body :P but when printed out I cannot tell the difference. Oddly it does seem more punchy versus Superia 400 but with great skin tones. Developed/printed at konota.

    Alvin

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvin
    135 reala should be just under 10 bucks per roll.

    Would like to add, once you have found a slide film you throughly enjoy, it may make more sense to buy 100 foot bulk rolls. My velvia 50 is approximately S$6.75 per can of 36 exposures, versus S$9+ when bought outside.

    OT: When shooting 135 Fuji NPC versus NPS, what is the difference? Some time back I shot these two films on the same day same place same time same camera body :P but when printed out I cannot tell the difference. Oddly it does seem more punchy versus Superia 400 but with great skin tones. Developed/printed at konota.

    Alvin
    like to know more... interested to bulk roll....

    a 100 foot bulk roll = how many cans of 36 exposures ?
    normally how much time before it expires ?
    where to get the cheapest bulf rolls ? CP ?
    where to get cheapest bulk roller ?

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    100 feet normally can get 20 rolls of 36 exposure. If you shoot so much then good, but if you are not heavy shooter also no point. I guess you have to run at least 4-5 100 feet cans before you can break even with your cost of buying those loader. Also you might have the risk of damaging your film (scratched, dust etc) when you load your film. Pros and Cons, see how you work with it loh.

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    If I remember correctly, I got my Velvia 100F bulk roll @ S$135. Provia 100 was S$10x if memory serves.

    The current roll I got expires in 2006; bought last year december I believe.

    No idea on the cheapest.

    BTW, here's a handy guide from CS!

    http://www.clubsnap.org/display.php?...lk_loading.htm

    Regards,
    Alvin

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    how much does cross developing slide film cost on average?

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