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Lubitel 166B...

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Lubitel 166B sent on February 29, 2020 (20:53) by Mnardell. 6 comments, 127 views. [retina]

, 1.3 sec f/10.0, ISO 100, tripod.

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sent on March 03, 2020 (0:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

:-o, congratulations !!!
A greeting

sent on April 22, 2020 (21:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Bella, is it working? I had a bioponic rolleiflex like yours many years ago, and I also used it a lot with 120 rollers. Other times...

sent on April 23, 2020 (10:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

yes, it's working. Being basically a digital native (I shot as a child with some compact 35mm but I would say it doesn't matter too much), I felt in dibto with film and development processes, so I bought the lubitel and I snapped and developed at home a couple of 120 rollers (a fomapan 400 b/w eun fuji 400 in color with process C41) .. Fun.. now I still have a b/w roller in the car. I study the light using the 1000d's expositional readings, if I understand that I need long times I take the easel and prepare the machine and composition and then snap. the beauty of medium format photography (for me that I'm an amateur) is that it slows everything down. for development I thought worse, but it went well; the hardest thing with the bioctic is the focus. I have the monkey to try sooner or later even a 4x5.. I have 100 years of photography to recover. :-D very healthy, hello, michael

sent on April 23, 2020 (10:43) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Nice experience Michele, I still have a Zenza Bronica Etrsi, which I used last with a roll of slides (I always did only dia) and so I took the projector, used naturally, of the Malinverno. Anyway I have some 120 rollers in the fridge and occasionally I try. Digital as you say has stolen so much from us and in most cases people continue to photograph without meditating on photography.

sent on May 12, 2020 (15:39) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

.. I usually study light using the 1000d's display readings.
You could look... on the second-hand market... a "hand"... that there are several around even at very affordable prices... maybe not selenium as with little light are the least reliable.

sent on May 12, 2020 (16:50) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Strong, my parents' car. Without an exhibit, mine used 2 pairs of diaphragm time: 1/60 f8 with cloud time and 1/125 f11 with the sun, were values suggested by my mother's friend who, working in the camera shop, had catechized mine. Sometimes as a kid I was allowed to take a few shots, obviously to mine with some "exotic" views in the background... In the 90s my mother dropped it alas, now it is no longer usable, Too bad it makes beautiful photos, it must be used the exhibition of a digital and the focus with the foldable lens, Good photos :-)

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