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Old 01-03-2017   #1441
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So about a month ago I found a Noblex 150 for decent price and picked it up.
I've been playing with it, but due to mostly operator errors, I've not had a lot of luck with good images. Here's my first decent photo from it.

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Old 01-06-2017   #1442
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So about a month ago I found a Noblex 150 for decent price and picked it up.
I've been playing with it, but due to mostly operator errors, I've not had a lot of luck with good images. Here's my first decent photo from it.
Very nice shot, the Noblex 150 is a fabulous camera - but I have screwed up a few shots, and advanced the whole roll once trying to reach frame one ( I forgot to press the shutter befoe closing the back!)

What film and filtration did you use here? I have used some Rollie IR with an R72 that Siggi made for me and it is rally nice. I was saving the film for summer foliage, But I my try for some dramatic sky winter shots....
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Old 01-23-2017   #1443
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Old 02-08-2017   #1447
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Aye, the whole loading and set up can be a pain. I've ruined a few rolls already by missing one of the steps in loading process. Ugh.

Teh above if I remember right was Fomapan 400 (at 200asa) in D76.
The camera came with one red magnetic filter. Since I shoot B&W in only, that means in stay in always. Even if I don't need it.

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What film and filtration did you use here? I have used some Rollie IR with an R72 that Siggi made for me and it is rally nice. I was saving the film for summer foliage, But I my try for some dramatic sky winter shots....
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Borrowed my buddies Widelux that needs a service desperately but I got some cool shots on my first roll. It's not holding tension and frame spacing is nonexistent. I'll post some later.
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Borrowed my buddies Widelux that needs a service desperately but I got some cool shots on my first roll. It's not holding tension and frame spacing is nonexistent. I'll post some later.


Did see it on IG, the shot with a Defender pickup.
Really nice, the soft corners probably would be taken care of after CLA.
It's quite amusing to see a Landrover Defender in NYC, legendary 4x4 vehicle but in the city it's rather redundant.


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Oddly enough here in the US that is the more likely place to find one. Because of their rarity they are a status symbol after all.

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Did see it on IG, the shot with a Defender pickup.
Really nice, the soft corners probably would be taken care of after CLA.
It's quite amusing to see a Landrover Defender in NYC, legendary 4x4 vehicle but in the city it's rather redundant.


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Did see it on IG, the shot with a Defender pickup.
Really nice, the soft corners probably would be taken care of after CLA.
It's quite amusing to see a Landrover Defender in NYC, legendary 4x4 vehicle but in the city it's rather redundant.


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Oddly enough here in the US that is the more likely place to find one. Because of their rarity they are a status symbol after all.
I see them fairly often here and I always wonder why someone would have one here ASIDE from a status symbol haha. I see bro-dozers all the time too so go figure. I'd love to have a D90 some day after I move back to TN but I know it'll never happen. International Scouts are cool too.
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You might try looking around as a number of 80's era Defenders have been imported into the US over the last few years. On the downside, you'll have to deal with a 30+ year old vehicle.

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Really nice, the soft corners probably would be taken care of after CLA.
Soft corners? Weird as swing lens cameras only use the center of the lens to take the pic. That's why the edges are just as sharp as the center, which is where they differ from regular cameras.
I'm wondering if the film is not being held flat.
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Old 02-13-2017   #1457
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While those pics are cool, this thread is for panoramic cameras, not stitched images using software.

"Xpan & Other Panoramics For Hasselblad Xpan, Xpan II, Fuji TX-1 and TX-2, and all other Panoramic cameras"
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While those pics are cool, this thread is for panoramic cameras, not stitched images using software.

"Xpan & Other Panoramics For Hasselblad Xpan, Xpan II, Fuji TX-1 and TX-2, and all other Panoramic cameras"
what about dedicated panorama heads? (e.g. Rolleiflex panorama head)?
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^^ Wow , I just looked up that camera ! Not to forget what a great picture of industry .
The stitched photos are good too , but I think their own thread would be more in appropiate .
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While those pics are cool, this thread is for panoramic cameras, not stitched images using software.

"Xpan & Other Panoramics For Hasselblad Xpan, Xpan II, Fuji TX-1 and TX-2, and all other Panoramic cameras"
Oops, sorry for posting the stitches. I thought this thread was for panoramas, not specifically by panoramic cameras. It won't happen again...
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First roll through the new to me Xpan, 45mm (90mm on its way) a lot to learn on how best to deploy this camera but great fun.





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