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120 film RF Folders 120/220 Format Folding Rangefinders, including the various classic Zeiss Ikontas, Voigtlander Bessas, and their Ruskie copies.

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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #1121
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Very kind of you , thanks. This is another shot from the same camera but inside the Cathedral in Winchester. Kodak ektar 100 developed in rodinal by mistake.
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^Well as mistakes go I'd be pretty happy if I got that result Peter
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Thanks Peter

I realised what I had done when I puled the backing paper out of the changing bag , but of course by then it was too late , the film was already in the tank . After developing (rodinal stand) I looked at the negs and thought they are all ruined , very dark and dense but after scanning (v700) not too bad .
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Here is a Plaubel Makina "action shot". I was rocking back and forth while looking through the rangefinder, trying to get the left eye closest to me in sharp focus. And of course the horses were excited and constantly moving about, not so easy to do with this type of camera! But here it is.......... I think I was using the 100mm F4.2 lens, I was trying it out for the first time.


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Foggy morning light

Plaubel Makina III, 73mm Ortho Wide Angle lens. Camera focused hyperfocally using Makina DOF charts engraved on camera rear cover. F11 Neopan 400 120 roll film, Mic-X dev 400 speed film (or even higher ISO film!) is necessary in order to use the 73mm Plaubel Orthar wide angle lens for handheld photography. But I have plenty of HP5+ and Delta 3200 in 120 sizes.

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