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    Some shots taken at the touristy temple opposite my office building... All pictures shot with a Super Program on Kodak Gold 200


    Shot with a Takumar 135mm F2.5


    shot with either FA 43 Limited or K 55 F1.8... can't remember...


    shot with either FA 43 Limited or K 55 F1.8... again can't remember...


    Shooting a guy, who's shooting another guy, who pretending to shoot! Again can't remember the lens used...


    Shot with Takumar 135mm F2.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by felixcat8888 View Post
    Can try ebay?
    thanks will try but cant seem to find any with cheap shipping.

    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    Chiff Cameras??
    http://www.chiifcameras.com/site2/in...&id=8&Itemid=8


    Else get online or ebay.
    Eg.
    freestylephoto.biz


    There is also Mass Order by some kind folks here.
    You just missed one of them :
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/threa...all-mass-sales


    BTW, I think our OceanPriest is very advanced.
    Can load bulk film already
    Any tips? Worth the trouble??
    saw the mass order too late, maybe will wait for the next one. haven tried agfa films before but looking at samples from the web, i dont really like the look.

    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Yes, it's worth the trouble if you shoot mostly b&w

    There's new bulk loader available at freestylephoto, the price is around S$35. I got my bulk loaders from ebay, old model and 2nd hand ones, for half the price.

    It's very easy to use. All you need is empty film canister. Those from lucky SHD 100 are the easiest to open, can use bare hand to open.

    IIRC Tri-x 400 100 feet is around $70 (at Ruby), can have around 16-17 rolls. That's only $4 per roll, compared to $8-9 sold at Ruby. Even if you put the bulk loader and tape and scissors into cost, it's still cheaper

    Fomapan 100 Short Date 100 feet is only $23. That's about $1.4 per roll. Cheaper than lucky SHD film.
    i went to freestylephoto and check, the shipping cost is around $50usd if i get a bulk loader and a bulk roll, not worth it already after adding in the shipping cost.

    can fomapan 100 be push to 400? i prefer iso400 film actually, can be used in most situations and can be pushed to 800/1600.

    any good workflow for scanning/should scan at how many dpi? i just developed my test roll in school, but preview+scanning seems to take forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellfire88 View Post
    thanks will try but cant seem to find any with cheap shipping.

    saw the mass order too late, maybe will wait for the next one. haven tried agfa films before but looking at samples from the web, i dont really like the look.

    i went to freestylephoto and check, the shipping cost is around $50usd if i get a bulk loader and a bulk roll, not worth it already after adding in the shipping cost.

    can fomapan 100 be push to 400? i prefer iso400 film actually, can be used in most situations and can be pushed to 800/1600.

    any good workflow for scanning/should scan at how many dpi? i just developed my test roll in school, but preview+scanning seems to take forever.
    you can get bulk loader from ebay, used one cost around 12-16 USD, and shipping cost another 15-20 USD (but will take 2-3 weeks).

    januarysix still offer mass order for film (last 10 slots) : http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/threa...-400?p=7453496

    I think fomapan 100 couldn't be pushed too much. Since there's fomapan 200 and fomapan 400 for that purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Yes, it's worth the trouble if you shoot mostly b&w

    There's new bulk loader available at freestylephoto, the price is around S$35. I got my bulk loaders from ebay, old model and 2nd hand ones, for half the price.



    It's very easy to use. All you need is empty film canister. Those from lucky SHD 100 are the easiest to open, can use bare hand to open.


    IIRC Tri-x 400 100 feet is around $70 (at Ruby), can have around 16-17 rolls. That's only $4 per roll, compared to $8-9 sold at Ruby. Even if you put the bulk loader and tape and scissors into cost, it's still cheaper

    Fomapan 100 Short Date 100 feet is only $23. That's about $1.4 per roll. Cheaper than lucky SHD film.
    Thanks a lot for the info.
    Wow! $4 a roll is damn cheap.

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    Another try on fomapan 100






    Super Program, K 35mm f3.5, with yellow filter

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    gear: mz-30 + fa77mm
    film: ilford delta 100
    developer: kodak tmax
    scanner: canoscan fs4000us

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    fomapan 100 and caffenol





    Super program, Porst 55mm f1.2

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    Restarted film photography recently. My contributions (using the super convenient and light MZ5)

    Kodak Portra400
    Three bottles of beer @Chijmes


    Trishaw on North Bridge Road


    Abbas exhibit entrance @National Museum






    Colors are nice (I prefer this to Fuji Superia 200 which I found too saturated)
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    Kodak TriX

    Four-faced Buddha behind Red Dot Traffic (Maxwell Road)


    Mural wall @SGH


    Sportscar at Fullerton Hotel
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    Do you guys keep track of the camera settings for each frame (aperture, shutterspeed, filter etc) ? Haven't found a way to put recording of such data into the workflow
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    Quote Originally Posted by pentlynk View Post
    Do you guys keep track of the camera settings for each frame (aperture, shutterspeed, filter etc) ? Haven't found a way to put recording of such data into the workflow
    Never. Since it's too troublesome to write down the exposure info, unless I have enough time such when shooting landscape or I have very powerful auto databack to print the exposure info outside the film frame.

    I'm not sure if pentax has auto databack, but minolta does have


    the databack has metering memory that stores up to 8 readings from the camera's built-in meter

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    Neopan400 samples

    Flaky tree trunk @Kembangan


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    Shot with a Pentax LX with a K 55 1.8 on Fuji Superia 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    Shot with a Pentax LX with a K 55 1.8 on Fuji Superia 200

    nice..i like e colors of superia 200

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    1st time tryin ilford pan 400...all shot with mv1

    zenitar 16mm fisheye



    FA31


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    MZ-7, K 50mm f1.2, Kodak ProImage 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post








    MZ-7, K 50mm f1.2, Kodak ProImage 100
    Were you "inspired" by the latest discussion on 50mm 1.2 lenses to do this shoot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    Were you "inspired" by the latest discussion on 50mm 1.2 lenses to do this shoot?
    It's been a while since I shoot portraits. Actually I forgot I haven't tried Porst 55mm f1.2 on film. So I brought both lenses for a walk this morning






    MZ-7, Porst 55mm f1.2, Superia 200

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    It's been a while since I shoot portraits. Actually I forgot I haven't tried Porst 55mm f1.2 on film. So I brought both lenses for a walk this morning

    MZ-7, Porst 55mm f1.2, Superia 200
    haha..next time can bring along your walk wif ur frd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    It's been a while since I shoot portraits. Actually I forgot I haven't tried Porst 55mm f1.2 on film. So I brought both lenses for a walk this morning






    MZ-7, Porst 55mm f1.2, Superia 200
    Heh you certainly don't lack companions when you go for a walk!

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