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Moxies Posted - Jul 17 2017 : 7:19:08 PM
Some photos made today with an old Mir-1 3.7cm/2.8 (KMZ) on a modified Zenit-3M (added speed 1/45) on soviet cine film NK-4S by Svema.







Some photos of the Zenit-3M since I know you like gears
The Zenit-3M was not recently revised, but he works pretty well. He was used a lot before it came to me (gift from a friend in Ukraine)

Because of the modification, the B and 1/30 has been a bit moved (see the new place has been marked)



The Mir-1 I used is the one on the extreme right
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seany65 Posted - Jul 19 2017 : 12:55:06 PM
Nice photos moxies. I like the grain, and oddly, I also quite like the little white dots as they make the photos look much older than they are. If it wasn't for the mordern cars the 2nd photo would look 100 years old.
Alfa2 Posted - Jul 18 2017 : 06:05:11 AM
I used MIR-1 a few times but quality was really bad. The lens had almost no distorsion but sharpness was very pour.
MIR-1 was almost not used in Poland. We used Flektogon 2.4 / 35 mm, great lens.

Nice photos Pierre. They look like they were made in 70s or 80s of XX century. Only cars on the photos tells us they were made recently.

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