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View Poll Results: How many cameras do you have film in right now?
1 81 15.00%
2 100 18.52%
3 130 24.07%
4 81 15.00%
5 52 9.63%
6 35 6.48%
7 15 2.78%
8 11 2.04%
9 4 0.74%
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How Many Cameras Do You Have Film In Right Now?
Old 09-28-2011   #1
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How Many Cameras Do You Have Film In Right Now?

Here's my "roll" call:

Agfa Super Silette - Kodak Ektar 100

Fujica Drive 1/2 Frame - Kodak Tri-X 400

Kodak Retina IIa - Kodak Gold 100 or BW400CN (don't remember)

Olympus 35 RC - Kodak Tri-X 400

Polaroid Land Automatic 250 - Fuji FC100C

Ricoh Caddy 1/2 Frame - Kodak BW400CN

Yashica Electro 35 GTN - Kodak Tri-X 400

Voigtlander Bessa R3a - Kodak BW400CN


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Old 09-28-2011   #2
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Thats alot dave..next question, when are u planning to finish the roll in your cameras now?

I only have a Nikon s2 loaded with colorplus 200 and a m2 loaded with trix 800
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Old 09-28-2011   #3
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Plaubel W67--Tri-X

Plaubel 670--Ilford FP4+

Leica M3--Tri-X

Mamiya 7II--Tri-X

Belplasca Stereo--Velvia 50

Kodak Signet--XX

Voigtlander Vito B--XX

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Old 09-28-2011   #4
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Old 09-28-2011   #5
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I can definitly not compete with many posters before...
spending too much time at work and not on my hobbies!

2x Vectis S-1 (Kodak Advantix 400 b&w and Agfa APSpro 200)
1x Hexar RF (Kodak Ektar 100)
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Old 09-28-2011   #6
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Pikapig: Ha! That is a good question. What really bogs me down is those darn half-frame cameras I like to shoot - 72+ shots a roll, Ugh! I find for me it ebbs and flows. I'll suddenly notice I've got film in many cameras (like now) and then concentrate on shooting them out until I'm back down to 2 or 3.
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Pikapig: Ha! That is a good question. What really bogs me down is those darn half-frame cameras I like to shoot - 72+ shots a roll, Ugh! I find for me it ebbs and flows. I'll suddenly notice I've got film in many cameras (like now) and then concentrate on shooting them out until I'm back down to 2 or 3.
Dave, no worries about shooting slow and finishing the rolls slow. Rather than rushing to finish a roll, i feel that you might get better shots in each frame and some surprises might just appear the day you developed and see the results. You might have forgotten what you have frame them earlier and this, to me, is the best part about shooting film
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Old 09-28-2011   #8
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My first reaction was "well, just one, of course"... and then I realized just how wrong that was...

I actually have loaded:

M6TTL: neopan 400
Zeiss Super Ikonta 531 A: SFX 200
Holga: Pro160C

Horseman VH 6x9 back: Ektar 100

And film holders too!

4x5: Ilford Ortho; Ilford positive paper
5x7: Hp5; Ilford RC paper; Efke positive paper.

Obviously I need to go out and shoot some tomorrow.

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Old 09-28-2011   #9
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I've got Provia 400X loaded in one M3, Neopan 400 in my other M3, and another roll of Neopan 400 in my EOS 30
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Old 09-28-2011   #10
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Well, it was just 3 but the R2 arrived.. so i just had to run some rolls through it..

I have loaded:
Bessa R2 - Centura 200
Hexar af - Ektachrome 64T
GR-1 - Tri-X 400
M6 - Portra 400
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just three
Old 09-28-2011   #11
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just three

all with Tri-X
Canon L1
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Contax G1
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Old 09-28-2011   #12
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I don't store film in my cameras I shoot it...!
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Old 09-28-2011   #13
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I don't store film in my cameras I shoot it...!
+1... I make it a habit the finish the roll I got in a film camera before changing to a different one.
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Old 09-28-2011   #14
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Where is the ZERO option?
I usually finish the roll I loaded...
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Where is the ZERO option?
I usually finish the roll I loaded...
Same for me.
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Old 09-28-2011   #16
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Yikes! My mistake, I should have added an option for zero. Not being familiar with that experience it just didn't occur to me.
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Old 09-28-2011   #17
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2 cameras: Leica M2 (1964) and Leica M2 (1962). Try as I might, once I take out a finished roll they claim "food", and they do not take a no for an answer :-)

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Old 09-28-2011   #18
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Thank god I'm not alone....... got my M2, M6, R4A and CL loaded at the moment......
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Old 09-29-2011   #19
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Just the Canonet G-III 17 at the moment loaded with HP5+.

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Old 09-29-2011   #20
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I said three: one Leica M, and two Hasselblad film backs. I counted two backs as two separate cameras, even though they are not both attached to a body at this moment. Tomorrow they will be attached to separate bodies.
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Old 09-29-2011   #21
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Just an unfinished roll of PanF+ in my Zeiss Ikon, which I'll aim to use this weekend whilst visiting the Isle of Wight - I was getting a little anxious that the season for slow film was finishing but the sunny summer weather has returned to the UK
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Old 09-29-2011   #22
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Rolleiflex with some Portra 400, and Bessa R4A with some Elite Chrome.
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I voted 3 but I actually have it in two...

Just Ilford b/w in my Olympus OM and Hasselblad.
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Old 09-29-2011   #24
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Portra 160 in the Minilux and Fomapan 100 in a bunch of 4x5 holders.
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Some "ERA100" (I already forgot the film`s name) in my Grafmatic Holder and half a roll of Tri-X in my M4-2.
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