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120 / 220 film 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 11-06-2011   #41
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A whole lot of great photos. A 6x9 photo just seems to stand out with all the real estate there.

divewizzard - A lot of really great photos you have. I really liked the Summer of Color for the colors. And that is a nice self portrait in the bumper of the old Chevvy.

Mr. Fibble - Nice shot of weapons. Especially the grease gun. One of the more interesting weapons of WWII. I forget what it cost to make, but as weapons go, it was pennies. I think it was under $20, but whatever, cheap for the time and utility.
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A whole lot of great photos. A 6x9 photo just seems to stand out with all the real estate there.

divewizard - A lot of really great photos you have. I really liked the Summer of Color for the colors. And that is a nice self portrait in the bumper of the old Chevy.
Thank you. I seems get the highest percentage of good shots with the Fuji 6x9s.
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Hi All,

A few more back from the lab. GW690III

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I like how you used the shallow DOF to isolate the subject from the background.
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I like how you used the shallow DOF to isolate the subject from the background.
Hi Chris,

Thanks for that. Your photographs and advice were what started me with all this medium format shennanigans in the first place.

Just finally managing to get my head round how shallow the DOF is with MF compared to the M4/3 I 'used' to use

That shot was F4 from memory. F3.5 is just too shallow and at some time I think I need to get the range finder checked as it seems to be focusing just slightly in front of the subject.


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I had the wrong viewfinder mask on the SG for the lens. It could've done without it. The composition would've been a bit tighter around the group
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Mr. Fibble - Nice shot of weapons. Especially the grease gun. One of the more interesting weapons of WWII. I forget what it cost to make, but as weapons go, it was pennies. I think it was under $20, but whatever, cheap for the time and utility.
Missed this comment, sorry. Thanks.
The 'Grease Gun' in this photo is an M3A1 Submachine Gun. It's a little historical slip-up for the Summer 1944 scenario. This particular model (without the charging handle that was prone to breaking) wasn't actually approved until December 1944 and did not arrive in Europe until after the end of the war in Europe.
I recall reading they cost about $15 to make. That is still 3 times cheaper then the M1A1 Thompson submachine gun at the time.
The M3A1's were still carried in the M2 Bradleys during Desert Storm as I recall.


Here's another one from the same tour. 6th Armored Column parked up at Mont St-Michel. Graflex Speed Graphic with Graphic 2x3 Rollfilm holder and Ilford XP2
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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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