Film Showcase Kodak Ektar 100

Qppoiz

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This is my first roll of Ektar 100, which I shot on a M645 1000s. Scanned on a V550 using Vuescan and ColorPerfect.

Sandy Hook
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Round Valley
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Qppoiz

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A couple of shots from the NJ Festival of Ballooning. The balloons fly out of Solberg Airport and land wherever the wind takes them.

Pentax 6x7, 105mm f2.4
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Switzerland
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Matt

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California
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randy
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.
 

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California
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randy
Uhm, and you might try 16 shots next time (it's what you get on one roll of 120 film with 6x4.5) ;)

M.

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).
 
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Switzerland
Real Name
Matt
Thanks @derelict and @randy - seems that the film advantage isn't as big as I thought it was. It's still considerable, but I get 13 6x6 images (usually) from my Pentacon Six (fully mechanical camera, nothing to prevent you from removiing the lens cap - and image "0" works fine, usually) ... but then, one little mistake when putting in the film, and you end up with frame overlap. That said, I was (and in a way, still am) extremely close to buying a whole Mamiya 645 Pro TL setup (four lenses, two backs, winder, AE prism) for $700 ... Not that I need another camera, to be sure ... But it's almost too good to be true (btw. there's a Super with three lenses, two backs, Polaroid back with two films, classic finder, AE prism and winder for $650 as well ... crazy, really).

M.
 

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California
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randy
Not that I need another camera, to be sure
There's always room for one more camera... it's only money, Matt. What else are you going to do with it? :)

Note about the Polaroid backs; a) film is expensive at ~$20 for 8 frames and b) doesn't even cover the entire film base. See: Polaroid Self I have one that came with my camera and at first, I was excited to maybe use it. But it seems a bit cost prohibitive and probably why you can find the Polaroid backs for cheap.
 

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