- Mar 24, 2015
This is my first roll of Ektar 100, which I shot on a M645 1000s. Scanned on a V550 using Vuescan and ColorPerfect.
Both really nice images - well seen, well executed; very nice rendering. I personally prefer the first image because of the composition, but that doesn't take away one bit from the quality of the second. The lens is mightily impressive ...
I know what you mean ... Uhm, and you might try 16 shots next time (it's what you get on one roll of 120 film with 6x4.5)Thanks Matt. My biggest challenge was slow shutter speeds and being too lazy to get out the tripod I do love the larger negatives though and the fact that I can get 15 shots on a single 120 roll.
Perhaps I have a spacing issue, but with the power winder, I only got 15. There's ~6mm gap between images which would mean ~90mm of usable negative is being wasted. I wonder if this can be adjusted (easily).Uhm, and you might try 16 shots next time (it's what you get on one roll of 120 film with 6x4.5)
There's always room for one more camera... it's only money, Matt. What else are you going to do with it?Not that I need another camera, to be sure