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120 RF's 120 / 220 format rangefinders including Fuji, Koni-Omega, Mamiya Press, Linhof 6x7/6x9 cameras, Mamiya 6/7 among others, but excluding the 120 folders and the Voigtlander 667 cameras that have their own forums.

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Old 12-20-2011   #76
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Am awaiting delivery on a Bessa II and looking forward to posting on this thread
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Old 01-04-2012   #77
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Old 01-18-2012   #78
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Iversen Cove tidepools, Mendocino County, CA
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Old 02-01-2012   #79
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Old 02-02-2012   #80
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Superb, Chris! And coming from the big Fuji, I imagine that with the negative and a loupe you can probably pick out individual plankton in those tidal pools...
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Old 02-02-2012   #82
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Although the Medalist perhaps doesn't really count as "modern"?
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Old 03-04-2012   #86
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Old 03-12-2012   #87
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Fall leaves on the Maples-looking east

Another shot from last October of the Fall leaves on the Maples in Oak Creek here in Arizona. This time shot with my Fuji GSW690III and VELVIA 100F.

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Old 03-12-2012   #88
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Fall leaves on the Maples-looking west

Another shot with my GSW690III looking from the opposite side/west, taken about an hour later. Yes I realize not as many Maple leaves as my 645 photos, but taken in the same wash.

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Holly Village, Highgate - 2x1 slice through a 6x9 frame taken with a Fuji GSW690 on Kodak Portra 160.
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Old 03-25-2012   #90
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Louis, I've seen many pictures of Holly Village...yours is the best yet. 2:1 aspect ratio, time of day, camera position, detail, all well suited.

That Fuji 65mm is a beauty, isn't it? $1200 lens welded to a $200 body.
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Louis, I've seen many pictures of Holly Village...yours is the best yet. 2:1 aspect ratio, time of day, camera position, detail, all well suited.

That Fuji 65mm is a beauty, isn't it? $1200 lens welded to a $200 body.
Thank you so much for the comment. I've only owned the camera for a couple of weeks and after developing the first film I almost immediately thought of Holly Village as a subject worthy of such an exceptional lens.

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a question here for the 6x9'ers: any reason why portrait photos can't be captured on a 6x9 medium format film ?

i estimate that the 90mm of the fuji 690 makes it an equivalent of a 35mm lens in 35mm film format.
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a question here for the 6x9'ers: any reason why portrait photos can't be captured on a 6x9 medium format film ?

i estimate that the 90mm of the fuji 690 makes it an equivalent of a 35mm lens in 35mm film format.
My GL690 with a 100/3.5 is about a 40mm and close focuses to 1 meter.

Also have a 150/5.6 that becomes like a 60, but the close focus is something like 9 feet. Alright for head and shoulders. This lens kinda works better on a GM670 for portraits.

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a question here for the 6x9'ers: any reason why portrait photos can't be captured on a 6x9 medium format film ?

i estimate that the 90mm of the fuji 690 makes it an equivalent of a 35mm lens in 35mm film format.
I don't understand, there is a portrait on this page a few responses up...?
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a question here for the 6x9'ers: any reason why portrait photos can't be captured on a 6x9 medium format film ?

i estimate that the 90mm of the fuji 690 makes it an equivalent of a 35mm lens in 35mm film format.
Actually the 90mm is closer to about a 42mm lens on 35mm.

My first image ever with my GW690 was a portrait of my sister.

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Old 04-05-2012   #99
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Dive,

NCPS charges normal (i.e. not custom) prices for 6x9 scans, correct?

I am waiting for a gw690 in the mail, hopefully I will have something to contribute to this thread. In the normal way, I will blow an entire roll of film on my pets first lol
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Yes 6x9s are the same price as other sizes at both PCV & NCPS. NCPS and PCV both do a great job on 6x9s. I have sent the same roll to both as a test and the results were very close. I usually send C-41 and E-6 to PCV and B&W to NCPS becasue of cost.
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