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Old 05-21-2018   #1521
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Old 05-25-2018   #1522
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Very nice image!
Thanks Jon Actually is Portra 160 and not Fuji.
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Old 05-25-2018   #1523
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Old 05-25-2018   #1525
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Old 06-06-2018   #1526
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Old 06-06-2018   #1527
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Old 06-06-2018   #1528
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nice image, but the thread is for film panoramic images
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Old 06-07-2018   #1529
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Old 06-09-2018   #1530
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Old 06-11-2018   #1532
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widelux f7 on tri-x
There I was looking through the viewfinder, happy with the car, happy with the Elvis shirt, then the kid went to pick his nose……….click, whirrrrrrrrr, got it….

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Old 06-11-2018   #1533
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Nifty shot, Trix! The exuberance of the late-50's shown in that car's style... Good to see you worked through the picture posting technique.
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Old 06-11-2018   #1534
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Thanks Doug, I hate being beaten, eventually I tried every browser until something happened, still can't do it from my gallery, so that stays shut down. A bit of a bugger as I don't want to post faulty images on my website that might be of interest to others, thanks again.


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I've wanted a Widelux for a really long time now but I don't think I'll be able to "swing" (pun intended) one for a while so in the meantime I'm going to pick up a Horizon 202. Can't wait to start contributing here more.
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Old 06-14-2018   #1537
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Excellent shots on this page!

But... no offense meant, I think this section is for real pano shots. Not shots cropped.
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I've wanted a Widelux for a really long time now but I don't think I'll be able to "swing" (pun intended) one for a while so in the meantime I'm going to pick up a Horizon 202. Can't wait to start contributing here more.
I've owned at the same time, Widelux F7, F8, Lomo Perfekt U500, Noblex 135 Sport.
I liked the Wideluxs the least (and to be honest only bought them because of The Dood using them). Ergos are awful, shutter speed range horrible and the VF not good. Dug the art deco design.
The Lomo was the most fun to use (and was just as sharp as the Widelux), with the best VF (central and had a bubble gauge visible in the VF) with a great range of mechanical speeds. But I sold it because mine had occasional light leaks, and the QC on its construction meant the film door was only held closed by friction. If it didn't have those issues it would have been the keeper.
The Noblex has the sharpest lens, immune to banding due to its motorized system, has similar handing to the Lomo. Downside - it required an expensive service to restore the rubber rollers.

FYI all these swing cameras can suffer from flare banding in the frame if the sun is in the image. This is where 1/4 to 1/3 of the image is noticeably darker than the rest. There was a popular consensus that this only happens with cheap Lomos, but I saw it on all my swinger pano cameras. Just physics of the design.
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1:1 crop from edge of frame. The Noblex is easily the sharpest out of the 35mm swingers that I have used:

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Old 06-18-2018   #1546
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Love that last one Bhinesh!
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I've wanted a Widelux for a really long time now but I don't think I'll be able to "swing" (pun intended) one for a while so in the meantime I'm going to pick up a Horizon 202. Can't wait to start contributing here more.
Everything Huss said is true,...

A widelux f7 is my everyday carry. I have a noblex sport as well. I've only ever handled a Horizon 202, never shot it. I am curious about the horizon but the horror stories put me off one until I come across a bargain I cant turn down. granted quite a few people seem to have no problems with their copies.

the lens on the noblex is better than the widelux, sharper and contrastier ( if that's a word) wide open at f4. not just a bit better, but quite a bit better.

and yes the ergos of the widelux suck.

however, my noblex sits in my closet gathering dust.

it depends on what you shoot,... I shoot people and street more than landscapes, more often than not in not the best light. for that reason the noblex stays home,... the lag as the drum speeds up doesnt cut it for me.

The noblex is also quite chunky, feeling more like a dslr while the widelux is pretty compact in comparison.

if landscapes are your thing, definitely get a noblex. if it's street or people off the cuff, the widelux may frustrate you less.

I hope your horizon is treating you well
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Everything Huss said is true,...

A widelux f7 is my everyday carry. I have a noblex sport as well. I've only ever handled a Horizon 202, never shot it. I am curious about the horizon but the horror stories put me off one until I come across a bargain I cant turn down. granted quite a few people seem to have no problems with their copies.

the lens on the noblex is better than the widelux, sharper and contrastier ( if that's a word) wide open at f4. not just a bit better, but quite a bit better.

and yes the ergos of the widelux suck.

however, my noblex sits in my closet gathering dust.

it depends on what you shoot,... I shoot people and street more than landscapes, more often than not in not the best light. for that reason the noblex stays home,... the lag as the drum speeds up doesnt cut it for me.

The noblex is also quite chunky, feeling more like a dslr while the widelux is pretty compact in comparison.

if landscapes are your thing, definitely get a noblex. if it's street or people off the cuff, the widelux may frustrate you less.

I hope your horizon is treating you well
Yeah, I got to use one for a while (Widelux) and I actually didn't mind the ergos at all. I love the design, I like that it's not a system and I like that it's unique. I know that they are pain to get repaired and have their issues but I'd rather repair something mechanical than electronic in most situations. Really just wanted a Horizon 202 to quench my thirst for pano stuff till I can get a Widelux.
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Everyone says my Widelux F7 bends things like a banana

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Love that last one Bhinesh!
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some seriously sweet pics on this thread. ya know, this is one of the best group pic threads on this site.
Others are missing out.
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Everyone says my Widelux F7 bends things like a banana

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LOL......shouldn't the banana be straight with the widelux???
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