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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    Shown here is another of my Kennedy Instruments Monobar Type U cameras. This one has the standard bellows, 35mm film magazine, and viewing/focusing tube.

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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    My Olympus Trip 35 with functional light meter.

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  3. #53

    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    SONY DSC by Nokton48, on Flickr

    I've been working on shooting 70mm film again. Have decided best possible for now is the Graflex RH-50 70mm Film Back, I have two in house. One is now loaded with Kodak 2485 Recording Film (Uber high-speed low light emulsion) Type II perfed. Other RH-50 is loaded with fresh (bought frozen from B&H close-out) Kodak Tri-X Professional 70mm Unperfed. The RH-50 dosent care if it's perfed or unperfed (YAY) and takes standard Kodak 70mm film cartridges, so it's daylight reloadable (YAY). On my hack modded Paterson 70mm film reel I can load eighteen exposures, format is roughly 6x7cm so pretty nice to shoot. It was fun to work all this out. I prefer the Graflex 70mm back over the Beatty Coleman Transet 70mm back, at least for now. I also have a couple of tan Linhof Technika 70mm backs which I will investigate agian soon. The initial loaded test roll of eighteen exposure 2485 Recording Film will be tested at nominal EI 1600 (a total guess) and bracketed in full stops each way. I will process in straight Acufine 800ml in Paterson System 4 single reel tank. Acufine recommended by Bill Pierce decades ago for maximum highlight nuance and detail. This film can be rated up to EI 8000 we will see if developed in Kodak 857 Special Developer. Another plus is that the 70mm RH-50 is listed in the original Makiflex catalog, so somebody was using it

    Shown is Auto Iris Plaubel Makiflex #2 body with Mamiya RB Stovepipe Hacked Viewfinder, and Auto Iris Schneider 150mm F2.8 Xenotar. Seems like a good lens for low light shooting with high speed film.

    SONY DSC by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Pierce Article 2485 pg 1 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    A friend in Alabama copied this and mailed it to me. Much appreciated. Bill Pierce recommended Acufine for overall definition and highlight detail. Happen to have a gallon mixed up with replenisher
    Flikr Photos Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/18134483@N04/

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