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Moxies Posted - Jan 31 2017 : 6:15:42 PM
A very classical set up, but I thought it would interest you.
Film is old Agfa APX 400 (EI 100) expired in 2001. Developed with D-76, 9:30@20. I have a lot of soviet Svema (NK-2, NK-4SH) that wait for summer to be exposed .
Actualy the Zenit Automat is the camera I use the most, I can use K mount and M42 mount lenses.

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Moxies Posted - Feb 02 2017 : 3:51:33 PM
Thanks Sean!
No, I never use tripod. If you are refering to the second photo, people walked fast (when you are angry, you walk fast ) . I think I was around 1/50 of sec, so still ok for a 50mm lens. I cannot say precisely about speed since Zenit Automat is automatic (aperture priority).
seany65 Posted - Feb 02 2017 : 2:45:03 PM
I like pic Moxies. Please tell me you used a tripod or something. If you didn't, then that's some incredibly steady hands you've got.

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