Time for a new thread.
I have only tried this film once, although I have a few rolls. I was advised to expose at 250 ISO rather than the box speed as it is supposed to over expose at 320 ISO. I'll have to give it a go at box though, just to see how it turns out. Grainy and soft and the first...
The last FD camera produced by Canon before the introduction of the EOS system. It featured many of the new features and modes that would become standard on Canon cameras, many of which can still be found today. Unfortunately, it had problems with the electronic servo shutter...
Another camera recently added to my ever increasing collection.
Canon's stop gap AF camera until the EOS system was introduced, which featured an innovative pictorial mode setting system and three specially produced AF lenses that used a modified FD mount, whilst allowing the full range of...
My first medium format camera. I'm looking forward to find a few more interesting subjects then these to test it out but needed to check it worked, and it does :clapping:
Fomapan 200, stand developed in R09 and scanned with an Epson V550
A Few with this (HARMAN/Ilford) budget film.
Leica 0 Series Replica, R09 Stand developed 1:100 for 60 minutes
Leica M6, Voigtlander 1:1.4/40, developed with R09 as per HP5
Leica M6, Leica Tri-Elmar M 1:4/28-35-50 MATE, developed with R09 as per HP5
On sale at a local Pound Shop (that's right £1 a roll, although now only 24 exposures). Good colours though.
Canon EOS 5, EF Macro 1:2.8/100 USM
Canon T60, FD 1:4/35-70
Leica R8, Elmar-R 1:3.5-4.5/28-70
Processed by my local ASDA. The first two also scanned by them.