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Canon T70 – Last Few

Used a B&W Red filter on these last few shots.

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The red filter darkens the leaves and foilage

No 3, next to the boxing club
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Y’s
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The Red filter also darkens skies and lightens red brickwork

Straight Curve
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Curve Theatre Leicester

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Canon T70 #3

2 to try 1 to keep
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I’ve had the Konica MT9 and Olympus AF1 Super for about 8 years, only put a film through the Konica (8 years ago) and it seemed to have a good lens. Looking forward to trying the Olympus as it is reputed to have a similar lens to the Olympus Mju. The Minox was given to me in the early 1980’s by my great aunt, It’s an original Riga made camera but needs a service, and film is quite difficult to get so I will keep it for display only.

French Lavender
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This came out quite abstract looking, it must be the way the film records Green.

My favourite tree (yet again)
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This was taken with the Tamron 28mm 2.5

Bilora Bella 44

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For some reason or another I have 5 Rolls of EFKE 100-127 (Exp.2008) size film in my fridge, so when I saw the Bilora on that well known auction site I couldn’t resist.

It is in reasonable condition and I won it for a very good price.
So to test it out I took it with me to the “Outwoods” a popular location in the county I live in.

It was a pretty tough test for the camera as it was quite dark in the woods and the camera has few controls (2 shutter speeds and 2 aperture settings). I developed the film in Rodinal and hoped for the best.

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The lens is uncoated so you get that soft look which I quite like.
The photo’s are more or less straight from the scanner, I had to make a mask out of card for the negatives to fit into the film holder.

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I’ve 4 more rolls to use, I will try to be a bit kinder with the lighting for the next one.

Coronet Rapier

Coronet-Rapier-EditSDIM0839-EditWell I managed to run a roll of film through the Coronet Rapier, I used Ilford Delta 100 ASA and developed it in Rodinal.

The left hand photo’s are straight from the scanner, the right hand adjusted in Lightroom. and Silver Efex.

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The lens is very soft but I quite like the photo’s it gives, think It would work well with Fomapan 100.