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Old 02-09-2016   #1561
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great pictures here! i need to get my lazy ass out of bed with this monster more often i think.


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Old 02-13-2016   #1562
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Cherry Brook Farm with Snow
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url=https://flic.kr/p/DosYq4][/url]
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Old 02-13-2016   #1563
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great pictures here! i need to get my lazy ass out of bed with this monster more often i think.


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That thing is hyuge ( yes, with a y)!

I would really like to find one of these at a reasonable price, all the ones I run across are very expensive. It reminds me that I need to shoot my Noblex 150 more.

Please post shots taken with the beast.
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Old 02-13-2016   #1564
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2015-13-XPAN-45mmf4-Eastman-5222-007
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Old 02-13-2016   #1565
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Cherry Brook Farm with Snow
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Not usually a fan of panorama, but a shot like this is where panorama really shines.
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Old 02-26-2016   #1566
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I just rescanned this shot that I took about a year ago.



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Old 02-27-2016   #1567
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Shot from DP0 Quattro shot in 21:9 aspect ratio. Color OOC jpg converted to B&W using Silver FX Pro.. W/ the 21 fov and in camera aspect ratio support of 21:9 aspect ratio, kind of a digital xpan

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Old 02-29-2016   #1568
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Cherry Brook Farm with Snow
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Meadow-Street
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Nice pics but that is some banding going on there in the mechanism. See the alternating vertical stripes in the sky. I'd recommend:

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Old 02-29-2016   #1569
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Old 02-29-2016   #1570
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Shot from DP0 Quattro shot in 21:9 aspect ratio. Color OOC jpg converted to B&W using Silver FX Pro.. W/ the 21 fov and in camera aspect ratio support of 21:9 aspect ratio, kind of a digital xpan

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Gary, *this* is the kind of work that inspired me to pick up a dp0Q!
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Old 02-29-2016   #1571
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Gary, *this* is the kind of work that inspired me to pick up a dp0Q!
Thanks.. Good luck w/ the dp0q..

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When looking at the photos on this page the thing that gets me the most is that they don't look like being taken by a panoramic camera. I cannot decide if this is good or bad. Going to take out the G617 tomorrow.
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When looking at the photos on this page the thing that gets me the most is that they don't look like being taken by a panoramic camera. I cannot decide if this is good or bad. Going to take out the G617 tomorrow.
Check out the previous page.
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Old 03-26-2016   #1576
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Not super recent. In fact, from the first roll of film I ever shot with my xpan. always a picture I enjoy going back to and perhaps my favorite camera.


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i like this one too. right outside my house. if i had to guess, i shot this one on 400 speed portra film with my xpan 45mm at f5.6. this lens is super at 5.6 and 8.

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Does 'recently developed' count?





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Old 04-05-2016   #1581
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Not super recent. In fact, from the first roll of film I ever shot with my xpan. always a picture I enjoy going back to and perhaps my favorite camera.



Love it. So serene.
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Old 04-05-2016   #1583
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Old 04-14-2016   #1584
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This was taken last November, but I just recently got it developed.



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From my 1st roll of Portra 160 in Widelux F8 recently acquired from Huss

[IMG]widelux-7 by Manikarnika Kanjilal, on Flickr[/IMG]

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From my 1st roll of Portra 160 in Widelux F8 recently acquired from Huss

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