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  1. Cannes 2022 selection features 25 films shot on Kodak film https://www.cameraandlightmag.com/noticias/la-seleccion-de-cannes-2022-presenta-25-peliculas-filmadas-en-pelicula-kodak/
  2. Few weeks ago, I use my M9-P compared to Kodak 35mm film (Portra 160 & 800). Honestly, I don't think how good is M9 series image performance, but the CCD do makes M9 series become the unique one in Leica digital camera. M9-P w/Summicron 35mm f2 11673 (f/2.0, Auto WB, ISO 800) 👇 Kodak Portra 800 w/Summilux 35mm f1.4 11663 (f/2.0) 👇
  3. I haven't really shot colour film before, but I'm very pleased with the results. See here some pictures taken with the M6TTL 0.85 with Summicron-M 50mm on Kodak Portra 400, scanned with Nikon coolscan 4000 I really like the colour rendition on the images. Anyone else really liking the Kodak Portra 400 colours? Or recommending other films I might like? thanks! P.S. for people who have read my post about my mother in critical stage in the hospital, on #3 you see her fully recovered with my little brother.
  4. Greetings! May I ask some possibly helps for the below technical question? A friend sent to me the below: --------------------------------------------- Here is some information on how I set up my system for dissolve and multi media slide-show projection: The PC is connected to a Magician dissolve unit with a 4-pin telephone wire adapted to a nine-pin connector Two Kodak projecters are connected to the dissolve unit with seven-pin connectors A mini-disk in a Yamaha Multi-track MD recorder records the signals received from the computer through the Magician dissolve unit Music and voice are directed recorded onto the Yamaha unit ------------------------------------------------------- My question: Would it be possible to replace that two Kodak Carousel 4600 projectors with two Leica RT-m projectors, and how? Because on the back of the Kodak projector, there is a 7-pin somewhat half round/sqaure jack, while on the back of the Leica RT-m, the P-BUS is 9-pins long/flat jack. And if that system is not possible to work with Leica RT-m projectors, what would be the available solution to do the same thing? Would very appreciated any advice and information!
  5. Went to my local car boot to try find an original MP being sold for £3 by some old duffer. Unfortunately, no MPs but I did buy a Retinette IB and an Olympus Pen D. Neither looked as though they've ever been used and the selenium meters, shutters and mechanics all work beautifully. I have used a Pen and an older Retinette in the not too distant past. Both produced images similar to a Holga; milky, out of focus etc. I developed the two films by the cameras tonight and was amazed at the results. The photos themselves are uninteresting but the image quality the two cameras (especially the Retinette) produce are, I think, incredible. Grand total: £9! The first two images are from the Retinette the subsequent two from the Pan D
  6. Hallo, ich habe in unserer Schule eine Dunkelkammer zur Verfügung und wollte fragen, wie ich den Kodak 400 Tmax entwickeln soll. Was für Chemikalien soll ich kaufen, auf welches Papier soll ich die Negative ablichten? Was ist für mich als Anfänger sinnvoll? Kann ich dann auch andere Filme wie z.B. den HP5 von Ilford mit dem selben Entwickler entwickeln, oder brauch ich da einen anderen? Muss ich mir ein Buch kaufen, oder kann ich mir alles aus dem Netz anlesen? Ich habe schon zwei mal Filme entwickelt, aber da hatte ich jemand, der die Chemikalien vorbereitet hat... (ich habe quasi nur die Negative auf die Rolle gewickelt und dann die Flüssigkeiten nach Angaben zugegeben, danach dann das ganze auf Papier gebracht...) Wieso nicht im Labor entwickeln lassen? Weil ich das Gefühl habe, die Bilder die ich aus dem Labor bekomme sind nicht so belichtet wie ich sie haben will... Wieso Kodak 400 Tmax? Ka, habe in einer Zeitschrift gelesen der hat einen guten Kontrastumfang und einen guten Belichtungsspielraum... Vielen Dank, quacky
  7. Does anyone know if there are any LTM versions of the Kodak Aero Ektar 178mm ?
  8. From a film returned from the lab today. Leica M4-P + 35mm Summarit f2.5. Kodak T-Max 400. Gerry
  9. Hello, I recently published my M2 user experience in my blog using Summaron35 f2. 8 and Summicron35 version 4.All were taken with Kodak Portra400. The M2 with these 2 lens are amazing. ( I got the good deal on Summicron35 during my trip in Munich, so I carried two 35mm lens😋. Hope you guys enjoy the picture and have fun shooting. I really love my M2 https://goo.gl/G5T1TR
  10. Hello everybody, in a few days I will travel to L.A. and will expose some rolls of KODAK Tri-X Pan. Does anybody know a lab that developes that film good? Thanks a lot, take care, Peter__
  11. Kodak stellt einen neuen CCD FF Sensor vor: Kodak Announces Highest Resolution Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor
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    Another Auto Gem in and around Portland, OR SE Belmont Street Leica M7 Summicron 50mmƒ2.0 Kodak Portra 400 Scanned Plustek Opticfilm 7600i Eric Eric Patrick McCormack Photography - Fine Art and Portrait Photography Flickr: E_Mack's Photostream
  13. Hi everyone! I'm interested to know how many of you push process? Personally I push process most of my black and white photography, usually by one stop, but lately I've been doing 1&1/3 stops. So, please share with us! How often do you push process? How many stops? Do you push black and white or colour? Or both? How many stops do you push? I have attached an image of mine that was push processed, and I have a post about it all on my blog here also, if you are interested.
  14. verwende eigentlich schon länger den Ilford 100 und den Ilford 400 -- ab und zu taucht das Bedürfnis auf bei schlechtem Licht zu fotografieren. Nun lese ich da und dort daß der TMAX 400 beim pushen dem Ilford überlegen sei und auch sonst schärfer und kontrastreicher sein. Wer kennt eine dementsprechende Abhandlung / Gegenüberstellung ? Danke für Infos
  15. Der Konsumerbereich von Kodak will sich auf ertragreiche Bereiche konzentrieren- und das ist wohl die Film + Papier (incl. Drucker etc.) Sparte . Kodak will sich auf profitable Bereiche konzentrieren | photoscala
  16. Hello there! I have a slight but not to severe problem. I've noticed that my Leica M7 is not able to read the DX code of these two specific films: Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400 and Fujifilm Fujicolor C200. For these two films I get the ISO value of 5000 and 3200 which are obviously wrong. For example, Fujifilm Pro 400H is working perfectly fine, the ISO detection works without problems. Further I tried several other films like Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portra 160 and 400, Ilford FP4+ 125 and so on... and the dx detection worked perfectly fine on every single one of these films. I compared the working ones with the "malfunctioning" films and the only difference I noticed is that the black paint in the dx code is a kind of green, it's not a perfect black, more like a darkish green, definitely not a true black. Could this maybe be the reason? The thing is, I've sent my camera to Leitz for a grand- overhaul just 3 weeks back. They changed and renewed a lot of parts including thr DX- reader so the camera is like brand new. Unluckily I've no clue if it had the same problem before it went to Leitz because I've not shot one of these films before. It would be a great help if somebody has an answer or maybe a similar problem! Regards Alex
  17. From the album: Film

    Leica MP, 35 mm Summicron ASPH, Kodak Pro-image 100. Lab developed, home scanned on a Noristsu LS-600.
  18. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  19. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  20. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  21. From the album: My Leica M-A

    © Erwin Kindangen

  22. From the album: Venice with Leica M7

    © abboretti Massimiliano ©

  23. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/07/kodak-rochester-new-york/619009/
  24. shot through 2 glasses in between
  25. Falls noch nicht bekannt: Beim Googeln habe ich eine Veröffentlichung von Kodak zu einer neuen Sensor-Generation (CMOS) gefunden. Zunächst nur für kleine Formate, größere Chips sind möglicherweise bereits in Planung/Entwicklung. Klingt auf jeden Fall auch für die M9+ interessant. Hier geht's zum Artikel (leider nur in englisch) ...
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