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marcolin Posted - Apr 26 2016 : 02:46:54 AM

i am really pleased from the first roll of Delta100 Professional i run through my new toy, also my first Russian camera (early KIEVIII).


here a shot and some technical details
Camera: KievIII 1952
Lens: Jupiter8 1951
film: Delta 100 Pro
shutter speed: 1/125th sec
aperture: f4

developed in caffenolC.

real fun!!

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marcolin Posted - Apr 29 2016 : 02:17:36 AM
Hello galloups

errrr ... At the moment i don't have a proper scanner. I am using a digital camera in macro mode with the neg on a back lit perspex panel. the rig is not that bad, works quite well and it is quite fast.

galloups Posted - Apr 28 2016 : 7:41:24 PM
Hello marcolin. What is your scanner?
marcolin Posted - Apr 27 2016 : 04:26:42 AM
Hi s.smith

thanks for the reply, very kind!!

I am really have fun shooting this camera, and of course doing my own development!

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/2742016_river bank.JPG

Camera: KievIII 1952
Lens: Jupiter8 1951
film: Delta 100 Pro
shutter speed: 1/125th sec
aperture: f11

developed in caffenolC.

I really love the sound of the shutter and the feeling holding it!
I still have some issue holding it in the right way

s.smith Posted - Apr 26 2016 : 03:29:31 AM
Nice b&w composition. Very nicely capture!!! Thanks for sharing.

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