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Scale Focus 35's Though not rangefinders, scale focus 35's are 1st cousins. This forum includes such popular gems as the Rollei 35's, Petri 35's, and the Olympus XA-4.

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Rollei 35 S on a summer afternoon
Old 10-08-2016   #1
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Rollei 35 S on a summer afternoon

Just killing time in Franklin County, VA with a Rollei 35S, and Kodak ColorPlus 200.



Inspiration By Van Gogh by P F McFarland, on Flickr


Rocky Mount, VA has a nice VisitorCenter created in the old depot.


VisitorCenter by P F McFarland, on Flickr



Along For The Ride by P F McFarland, on Flickr



Freight Scales by P F McFarland, on Flickr


Work is coming along nicely on the Boones Mill, VA Visitor Center, with the arrival of a caboose for restoration, and outdoor display.


Boones Mill Caboose by P F McFarland, on Flickr



Boones Mill Depot by P F McFarland, on Flickr


Some bees were making the most of the late summer flowers.


BeeCity by P F McFarland, on Flickr



BeeCity by P F McFarland, on Flickr

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The red train one almost has a medium format feel to it. Hopefully I'll get my first rolls I shot on my Rollei 35 S back next week. How do you scan your negatives?
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Nice pics. And an interesting color rendering (Technicolor- like?) well suited for the subject.
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The red train one almost has a medium format feel to it. Hopefully I'll get my first rolls I shot on my Rollei 35 S back next week. How do you scan your negatives?
I get the film professionally developed and scanned, though I think I may have gotten a lesser resolution this time than I was supposed to.

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Nice pics. And an interesting color rendering (Technicolor- like?) well suited for the subject.
Thanks. I'm not quite used to the ColorPlus yet, having only shot two or three rolls of it so far.

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Coming from Britain, where caboose are rare, l find these photos fascinating
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Can't believe I have followed this forum for so long and only now just noticed a dedicated scale focusing sub forum! Loved the pics and the subject matter. I'm also just dipping my toe in a bit of ColorPlus lately as it's cheap enough to just shoot for the heck of it really. Thanks for sharing, "Along for the Ride" is my favourite.
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