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Jupiter-9 pics on film only
Old 12-21-2015   #1
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Jupiter-9 pics on film only

Just to start a new topic before the end of this year.

Here my first example: Zorki-6 with J-9 LTM. Film Rollei RPX-400 developed in the new Klaus Wehner ATM-W developer. 15ml(A)+15ml(B)+270ml water in rotary in a Jobo CPA-2 (2523 tank for 2x 135-36 or 2x 120 roll films) on 22C during 20 minutes. Printed on Fomaspeed Variant 311 in split grade G=2,2. Print developer: Svema ID-78 warm tone 1+1.

Atomal-W has an ingredient synthetical made instead of the original HEAP in the Agfa Atomal film developer, also used in May & Baker Promicrol in the past.
HEAP = N-(beta-hydroxyethyl)-o-aminophenol sulphate. It combines film speed and fine grain and a good life span of the developer. The last attempt to combine these features was Kodak with Xtol in 1995. However the life span of most Ascorbic Acid type developers (Xtol, Fomadon Excel W27, FX-50, Ilfosol-3) are poor (6 months).

The photo has been made last week end on the natural area Herperduin, just around the corner of our house in Ravenstein, the Netherlands where I am living. The next small village is called Herpen, hence the name. I used the universal V.F. on the Zorki-6, 85mm. Aperture around F/11.

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I will make some fiber prints too this week.
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Jupiter-9 LTM, Kodak 160NC (expired 2010), Zeiss Ikon camera.

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Old 12-31-2015   #5
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Z-6 + J-9.
Film: Kodak 5222 Double-X E.I. 250 dev. HC-110(B).




Z-6 + J-9.
Film: APX-100 (new) E.I. 100 dev. Microphen 1+1.

J-9 wide open F/2,0.
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Jupiter-9, with the FED-5
Three from my RFF Gallery (ORWO UN 54), misty afternoon
Pavement


Grafitto


Couple


And three in FOMA 200
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I always choose to use the J-9 with the FED-5 as this combo is quite well balanced - a bulky heavy lens goes well with a big camera body
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Three from me...

Zorki 4, HP5+:


Zorki 4, Fomapan 400:


Fed 2, Eastman Double-X:
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A very capable lens, when in the hands of a capable photographer.

I used to have a 1950 model, which was a rebadged Zeiss Sonnar. Close focus was 1.8 meters, the aperture mark and the focus mark were off and it came with a factory issued snippet of paper stating it was set to 83.7mm, which made it perfect for Leica cameras.

Sold it to Dirk here, but I shouldn't have, it was so very sharp, unbelievable... At least he's one to appreciate it

Think I have some shots from a visit to Maastricht somewhere, they were taken wide open and had motion blur (people walking by) but color and incidental sharpness were lovely. I should look 'em up on the network drive...
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Jupiter-9, with the FED-5
Three from my RFF Gallery (ORWO UN 54), misty afternoon
Pavement

Grafitto

Couple

And three in FOMA 200
Boats

Seller

Market

I always choose to use the J-9 with the FED-5 as this combo is quite well balanced - a bulky heavy lens goes well with a big camera body
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Hello,
could you tell me what kind of developer you use for Orwo and Foma films?

Thanks!
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Hello,
could you tell me what kind of developer you use for Orwo and Foma films?

Thanks!
Hi! Those photos (ORWO and FOMA 200) were developed in HC-110. I also had good experiences with both films with Diafine and (sometimes) with homemade paRodinal.

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Parodinal-Fomapan 200
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Parodinal-Fomapan 200

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Hi! Those photos (ORWO and FOMA 200) were developed in HC-110. I also had good experiences with both films with Diafine and (sometimes) with homemade paRodinal.

Best wishes for 2016

Joao
Thank you for your wishes and comment. Nowadays I am moving forward to home-made chemicals so I will give a chance for the Fomapan 200-Parodinal combo. I have had bad luck with Fomapan 200 (blacks without detail in the positive image), so I am looking forward the best home-brewed developer for this film. If you are interested, you could read more in other threads I started.
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some lovely images in this thread thanks for sharing
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Old comparison with my favorite Nikkor H C Auto


FED2, J9, kodakcolor+200


Zorki 3M, J9, Svema DS100


Zorki 3M, J9, Svema DS100


Zorki 3M, J9, izopanhrom100, D25 (1+3)
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Kiev III with Jupiter 9 - Kodak Hawkeye surveillance film (expired).
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