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Old 09-03-2009   #401
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A couple more Yashica Mat images.

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Old 09-03-2009   #402
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Three Pentax 645 images.

All in all, I use my Pentax 645 the most of any camera, film or digital. The Yashica Mat is second most-used, mainly for local images.

The Pentax 645 and usually the 30mm Arsat, 55mm Pentax-A, and 150mm Pentax-A are always in my pack, whether on a long cross-country trip or a short local trip. The weight is actually about equal to a NikonF3 camera with several lenses.

The biggest benefit for me is the capacity to provide fine enlargements up into the 20x24 size with the medium format slides. And it allows me to fill up my home-office walls with image distractions!

The black and white image is a scanned 125PX transparency from the folks at DR5. Hopefully it doesn't look to blocked-up here.

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Old 09-03-2009   #403
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Great stuff.

Nice of you to post, Steve. I am glad to see you are still around; I haven't been here too much lately. Work comes first (darn it). I hope to see more images from you, as I've always liked your work very much.
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Old 09-03-2009   #404
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Wow, that first picture looks unreal!!! I really like the second one as well. Great work.
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I love my RB67. I used my 90mm lens and PX125.
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I haven't posted anything in this thread lately but it's amazing to see that it's still moving right along and now well over 500 posts!

BUT ... I have a newsflash and it's a biggy! I have the new Bessa Folder 667 in my hot little hands at the moment and will have possesion of it for around two weeks before it moves on to it's next Australian destination. I haven't had a chance to use it yet as I only picked it up yesterday but it's very very nice!

$3200.00 AUD nice ... I'm not so sure?

This will be fun!

Still don't have a lens for the Hassleblad yet though!
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I love my RB67. I used my 90mm lens and PX125.
i second the rb . like a concrete block , but wonderful
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I haven't posted anything in this thread lately but it's amazing to see that it's still moving right along and now well over 500 posts!

BUT ... I have a newsflash and it's a biggy! I have the new Bessa Folder 667 in my hot little hands at the moment and will have possesion of it for around two weeks before it moves on to it's next Australian destination. I haven't had a chance to use it yet as I only picked it up yesterday but it's very very nice!

$3200.00 AUD nice ... I'm not so sure?

This will be fun!

Still don't have a lens for the Hassleblad yet though!
Uh..Dude, Some pics please

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Right. Pics FROM the camera. Not OF the camera. Or you grinning!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good luck with the lens hunt.
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Keith has started a very cool thread!!!!!!!!!!Very dangerous for our vallets
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Right about 24-25mm.
6x7 numbers roughly double 35mm numbers.

I'm saving my pennies for the 43mm.
I Almost, foolishly, sold my 43mm recently!?!? Good thing I screwed my head back on and rung up my already bloated credit card to finance the scanner instead.
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I like these Keith - obviously capable of very sharp performance.
The really tragic thing about having this Bessa 667 at the moment is the total lack I've time I'm getting to use it due to really intense work commitments. I've only got it a few more days and I've managed to put two rolls of film through it so far!

I took it to work with me at a part time job I do on Fridays and took some snaps but this sort of thing really doesn't do this camera justice ... I need a whole day where I can go into the city or somewhere interesting for the day and let it rip and use those two rolls of Portra that came with the deal from the lab that is working in with Mainline for this project. The drama with my Dad hasn't helped much either ... life is a little upside down at the moment!

One thing that has become very apparent to me very is how incredibly usable this camera is ... the ergonomics are superb and you can have the camera unfolded and ready to shoot in a second or two when carrying it. The shutter makes about the same amount of noise as a bird flying through the room and the hand holdability at slow shutter speeds is phenominal. The AE is also remarkably accurate!

And as said by a few ... the rangefinder/viewfinder is probably the best I have experienced and that includes my Ikon!
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2 with my Mamiya 6, 75mm lens, Kodak Portra 160NC. It's fall in Portland, yet its still green here in the NorthWest.


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In hands I hold my love yet once again. At least in relation to cameras that is. Here are some shots after getting myself a Mamiya 7ii with 80mm lens.

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Film is Velvia 50:

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I am saving for a 645 pro or super and the 45 2.8 and 80 1.9. Those are rad 45 2.8 shots. I'm afraid it might get more use than my 35mm.
The 80/1.9 is really nice as well...







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Cool What don't you own?

Todd, is there a tasty medium format camera+lens combination you don't own? Excellent work as always.

Another 45mm lens: Pentax SMC 45mm/4.0 | Pentax 6x7 | Tmax 100 | Xtol 1:3 | My apologies if this is a rerun.

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Todd, is there a tasty medium format camera+lens combination you don't own? Excellent work as always.
well, I don't own a Pentax

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Where in Texas????????????? A county seat judging by the courthouse. I think I've seen that courthouse.
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I have the m645 1000s and the 80mm 1.9 and it does get almost as much use as my 35mm gear...I also have several other lenses for this camera...
But I don't have the 45mm...well at least not yet...I bid on one yesterday but lost...oh well, there will be another one...
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Where in Texas????????????? A county seat judging by the courthouse. I think I've seen that courthouse.
Denton historic downtown, Wayne. In the middle of the rain

The courthouse (and the square) is very charming.
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Thanks! The rain helped you. I was at a show in Winnsboro the Saturday before Labor Day. 100 cars smack together with a whole herd of folks crowded around each car. It was tough trying to see the cars in the viewfinder for all the folks. Rain would have been a blessing.

Most Texas courthouses are very charming. I'll try to get to Denton one of these days. The problem is stopping and not going straight on to New Mexico.
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Thanks! The rain helped you. I was at a show in Winnsboro the Saturday before Labor Day. 100 cars smack together with a whole herd of folks crowded around each car. It was tough trying to see the cars in the viewfinder for all the folks. Rain would have been a blessing.

Most Texas courthouses are very charming. I'll try to get to Denton one of these days. The problem is stopping and not going straight on to New Mexico.
Indeed the rain helped, although because of it also, I can't find the owners of these beauties. I'd like to offer them a print or two if they came out well.

Btw, Denton is *far* away from NM, Wayne
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Indeed the rain helped, although because of it also, I can't find the owners of these beauties. I'd like to offer them a print or two if they came out well.

Btw, Denton is *far* away from NM, Wayne
It's not far if you don't slow down in Denton to take pictures. However, I made the drive from the house, near Quitman east of Plano, through McKinney, Denton, Decatur to Wichita Falls last summer. I won't do that again. I came back through Henrieta, Sherman and Greenville.

One of these years I'm going to ride my bicycle out west. That way I'll have lots of time for photos.

Near the top of Monument Hill, outside La Grange, Texas. Pentax 6x7, 105mm lens, Fujicolor.

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