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    Thanks, Andrew.
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    Peter, you inspired me to get out and shoot the lone roll of XP2 I had sitting here from somewhere. I just went for a little walk at the end of the day at the local reservoir here in town.

    Setting this photo up I guess I riled up a wasp and got stung on my right wrist. Ouch! I haven't been stung since I was a kid and have always been wary around wasps and such. Kinda like ripping off a band-aid. It hurt a lot for a moment but wasn't all that bad after a minute. Glad I didn't have a reaction.

    K6x14 3D printed camera, 0.4mm pinhole from the TravelWide camera, Ilford XP2:



    This was sharper than I expected. I like the results. I used a step-up ring press fit around the front of the pinhole to connect a lens cap on, since the camera has no darkslide so the film would get exposed if it was open. I am going to try a dark red filter and that Ilford SFX with this, which should be cool. I want to have longer exposures and catch movement in the clouds when we have windy days.
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    That does look surprisingly sharp. Nice photo! Did you use c41?
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    Yes I did dev normally in C-41. Pretty impressive highlight retention compared to straight b&w (dev'd normally). I suppose I wrote this film off too easily. Not sure if it's something I'd use large quantities of but I can see the appeal more now. Thanks!
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    Why no 6x4.5 in that medium format list? You can search for Safe haven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanchapman View Post
    Why no 6x4.5 in that medium format list? You can search for Safe haven.
    Huh?

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