Ordered some. While I've got you, where should I send 3/4 negatives to get pro scanned to be printed A1/A0?
A0 is probably a drum scan
A1 you could get away with a very good flextight scan from a good operator
you can ask Genesis where they recommend for each
Clearing out my parents house and I have 4 cameras
A Brownie Model D
A Zenit - B
A Werra 1
A Pentax ME Super
As I would only likely use this type of camera v occasionally and have little space I probably don’t want to keep them all.
Any thought on which ones could be worth keeping? I’m thinking maybe the ME Super and the Werra 1 (though the design sounds a little odd, not sure if more hassle than it’s worth).
You can defo squeeze A0’s from a Flextight. I have two at work and have blown medium format stuff wayyy bigger than A0. 35mm film is a little trickier, anything less than 100iso and the scans will be graintastic, but very very usable.
if the objective is to make a nice print, rather than do it cheap and ok, then I disagree.
Fair doos. Just trying to help, been running flextights for about a decade and thought my experience may be of some value.
Any thought on which ones could be worth keeping?
I'd keep the Pentax.
I have a 'spare' 35mm scanner if that's the sort of thing you're looking for?
Thank you, yes that seems to be the only one with favorable reviews!
Check the shutter and meter on the ME Super first though as they can have issues.
I'll drop ya DM mate.
A couple from back when it wasn’t freezing fucking cold all day
really like the first one
Snuff mills? Lovely
Yep. I was there yesterday, much muddier and more ice than when I took the photos
Konica Big Mini + Kodak Color Plus
Lovely pictures! Also good to see another konica big mini owner, have you tried the 'close-up' mode on them yet?
Canon sure shot max
Can’t believe I’d never shot this film before this trip.
Took a punt on it and now I absolutely love this film in the summer.
Yes, very nice!
does anyone here have a Toyo 45A, I have a question
edit - new page fail, how to clean anything off any type of film
PEC-12 and a cotton bud
do it in stages and don't complain about the price of PEC-12, anything else will damage it