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The Culver Hotel
Old 12-14-2012   #726
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The Culver Hotel

The Culver Hotel, Culver City, California
Pentax 67II, 55mm F/3.5, Fujicolor Pro 400H, tripod, PCV dec+scan
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Old 12-15-2012   #727
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Old 12-15-2012   #728
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The more I use it, the more I think that the Pentax 67 is the greatest camera ever made.


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Old 12-17-2012   #729
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Pentax 67II, S-M-C Takumar 105mm F/2.4 wide open, SMC Skylight, Fujicolor Pro 400H, tripod, PCV dec+scan

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Old 12-22-2012   #730
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The Lion's Fountain (turned off), Culver City, California

The Lion's Fountain (turned off), Culver City, California
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Old 12-24-2012   #731
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Old 12-29-2012   #733
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okay - one more - i love this camera -- pentax 67ii / 105mm


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Old 12-29-2012   #734
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The more I use it, the more I think that the Pentax 67 is the greatest camera ever made.


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Old 12-29-2012   #735
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I love mine and after it's been with me crossing 6 continents on a motorcycle and never missing a beat while working from +45C down to -30C, from sand to ice I also think it's the best 6x7 slr ever made! From outside it's built like a tank but from the inside it's artistic as a Picasso. I'll probably take it with me into the grave!






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Old 12-29-2012   #736
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That is the best endorsement anyone could ask for. Backed up by superb photos.
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Old 12-29-2012   #738
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I love mine and after it's been with me crossing 6 continents on a motorcycle and never missing a beat while working from +45C down to -30C, from sand to ice I also think it's the best 6x7 slr ever made! From outside it's built like a tank but from the inside it's artistic as a Picasso. I'll probably take it with me into the grave!

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Margus, I discovered some of your P67 work a couple of years ago and it hasn't ceased to amaze me. Together with the fact of going down the road in a motorbike for a few months.

I am too a lover of travel, but currently studying; However I've decided that for a future "big" trip I'd like to bring MF.
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Margus, I discovered some of your P67 work a couple of years ago and it hasn't ceased to amaze me. Together with the fact of going down the road in a motorbike for a few months.

I am too a lover of travel, but currently studying; However I've decided that for a future "big" trip I'd like to bring MF.

Yep, if you're into photography with a character it's worth carrying a decent MF-gear on your travels (big-$$$ dSLR guys will laugh at you though!). Lots of good MF rangefinders around too. While I'm looking for a Fuji GA645 as an "ultralight-MF" trekking camera the P67 SLR definitely will be my do-all camera - the big pro is that you can actually see what you're doing and get the right moment even with the filters attached plus P67 does it with a character of its own.

































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Pentax 67II, S-M-C Takumar 105mm F/2.4 wide open, SMC Skylight, Kodak Portra 800, tripod, PCV dev+scan

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Old 01-04-2013   #742
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fantastic shot! love the color and DoF!

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Yep, if you're into photography with a character it's worth carrying a decent MF-gear on your travels (big-$$$ dSLR guys will laugh at you though!). Lots of good MF rangefinders around too. While I'm looking for a Fuji GA645 as an "ultralight-MF" trekking camera the P67 SLR definitely will be my do-all camera - the big pro is that you can actually see what you're doing and get the right moment even with the filters attached plus P67 does it with a character of its own.

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Margus, those are some inspiring work with the P67 and I'm glad I had the experience on shooting one but alas I decided to let mine go.
Might pick-up a 67II if their prices continues on dropping but otherwise I'm leaving MF photography. (Although my friend is selling me his 645N w 75 2.8..hmmm.)

here are shots from the last roll I took with my 6x7

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Telephoto Seascape

Pentax 67II, 300mm F/4 @ F/45, Pan F+, K2, ND2, ND4, & ND8, NCPS process + scan

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Yep, if you're into photography with a character it's worth carrying a decent MF-gear on your travels (big-$$$ dSLR guys will laugh at you though!). Lots of good MF rangefinders around too. While I'm looking for a Fuji GA645 as an "ultralight-MF" trekking camera the P67 SLR definitely will be my do-all camera - the big pro is that you can actually see what you're doing and get the right moment even with the filters attached plus P67 does it with a character of its own.



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Wonderful stuff Margus; thank you for sharing with us.

If you haven't already people, check out his website - http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=480532 - wonderful travel photography there.
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^thanks for a the link, I enjoy looking at travel pictures

well after selling my 6x7 on a friday, I ended up buying another 6x7 the next monday.
I was talking to a friend who was looking to buy an RB67 and that made me realize how much I enjoyed shooting with my 6x7. bought the same gear but this time I also bought a 200 f4 and planning on getting a folding focusing hood.

here's some pics from my new 6x7

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I want one , just for portraits. Would You recomended the Pentax 67 with the 105 over... rollei or hasselblad? is in the same league concerning to IQ?
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I want one , just for portraits. Would You recomended the Pentax 67 with the 105 over... rollei or hasselblad? is in the same league concerning to IQ?
I think it's better personally... (I've owned 2 Rolleiflexes and now use the P67).
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I think it's better personally... (I've owned 2 Rolleiflexes and now use the P67).
That is interesting. I've been bitten by the rolleiflex bug lately and have been wondering the same thing as Bruno. Can you elaborate?
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