BO__einG From Canada, joined Apr 2000, 2771 posts, RR: 17
Reply 2, posted (11 years 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 3882 times:
Na just kidding as I never really been a fan of Afga brand of film.
I shoot with film "almost" exclusively..
- Nikon EM body
- Nikon 28mm lens
- Tamron SP 60-300mm Macro lens
- Hakkuba Polarizer Filter
I used to shoot with alot of prints but quality from their scans have been dissapointing thesedays so I switched to slides, and even now I am thinking of going back to prints after a huge chunk of my Slide shots from my vacation trip was destroyed.
- Fuji Superia 100 shot on mundane spot trips.
- Fuji Reala 100 Shot most often.
- Fuji Provia 100F
- Fuji Sensia 100 shot on mundane spot trips.
- Kodachrome 64 Shot most often.
I also shoot with an Olympus C750UZ Digital Camera on regular planes. It's never used for my best shots cuz I don't trust it.
KC7MMI From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 854 posts, RR: 3
Reply 3, posted (11 years 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 3854 times:
Vzlet, have you tried Velvia? The while the 50 is good, the 100F is better. I tried the regular Astia 100 (frickin' Ritz camera gave me the wrong stuff) and the colors are great, so I plan to try the 100F soon, maybe next.
Still have at home, for sale currently
Kodachrome 64 exclusively on the film
And as for shots, well only 1 is a slide, the rest are with my wife's 2 megapixel Canon A60 so I won't post the link! The slides will come, once the decision gets made between the Nikon Coolscan V or the Minolta Dual Scan IV...
"Irregardless, it's a Cat III airplane, we don't need an alternate!"
Captoveur From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (11 years 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 3622 times:
Olympus OM-4 with motor drive, OM-2 and OM-1, and an XA
Lenses: 40mm, 85mm, 75-128mm, and a 300mm, plus a few others I never use.
I used to be rather fond of Kodak Ektapress and T-MAX or TRI-X. The Fuji color film I have used is just so much better, even the cheaper stuff.
When I have money again I will be going all digital (I am leaning towards Canon), sad to take the real art out of photography but film processing is getting more expensive due to declining demand and black and white film and chemicals are starting to become hard to find.
Rindt From Germany, joined May 2000, 930 posts, RR: 12
Reply 17, posted (11 years 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 3587 times:
Nikon F90x (soon F5)
and now the D70 has come into play...
Although I shoot almost 99% still on Kodachrome 64 these days...
Don't bother with the Coolscan V - I tried that route and it (pardon my french), sucked ass. First off, it's a slow unit, and you'll never get the right colors - and their Nikonscan software is a pain in the you-know-what. I've gone back to using my trusty old SCSI model of the S20, and things couldn't be better
What other people think of you is none of your business!
NikonDFW From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 20, posted (11 years 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 3575 times:
Kodachrome slide film has stood the test of time. If taken care of and stored properly, they will last a lifetime. I have a few shot in the 50's&60s that look like they were shot yesterday as my dad kept them in a dark, sealed slide carousel case for 50 yrs. Fuji film hasn't been around long enough to stand the test of time. It may prove to work out the same, but only time will tell.
Lurch From United States of America, joined Jul 2008, 0 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (11 years 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 3546 times:
I know its old but it still works!
f=4.0 HANIMEX MACRO 60-300MM zoom lens Ive just got them out of the Loft and im of to take some shots Thursday/Friday/Weekend 1st time in three years FUJI 100/400 ISO im getting back in to things after a long break.
Sunilgupta From United States of America, joined Nov 2000, 789 posts, RR: 13
Reply 24, posted (11 years 2 days 10 hours ago) and read 3505 times:
In the aviation photo bag:
Nikon 80-400 VR
Sitting in the closet:
- two N2000s, N2020, N8008, N90s
- 50mm, 28mm, 75-300 AF, 100-300 MF, 35-105 MF + some other lenses
Provia 100F (100%!)
I use the D70 under the following circumstances:
- bad weather
- digital shots following film shots (time permitting)
- long range shots (take advantage of that 1.5x factor)
why K64? What's so great about it?
K64 is an obsolete film. People keep using it because it's the slide traders standard and no one is willing to take the first step away from it. K25 was far and away a much better film but it's long gone.
: Ok, who wants to bet that Velvia will be the next slide traders' delight?
: I dont shoot it exclusively but i do shoot it still, mainly B&W and not airliners. My equipment is.... Canon Eos 3 All canon EF... 15mmF2.8 50mmF1.4 1
27 Alberto Riva
: Nikon N65 Nikkor 75-300 AF G Sigma 28-80 AF Mostly on Kodak EB100 slide film, sometimes Fuji Sensia -- depending on which one happens to cost less at
: Older photos: - Canon AE-1 - Canon A-1 Since 2001: - Nikon F-80 Film: exept hte very first uploads only slide film: - Kodachrome 64 - Agfa CT 100 - Ko
: Nikon F5 Nikon F70 (to be replaced by F100 or F6) Nikkor 1,4/50mm Nikkor 3,5-5,6/28-80mm (to be replaced) Nikkor 2,8/80-200mm Nikkor 3,5-5,6/80-300mm
: i used to..but since Aug2004 not anymore :P i have Nikon FM10 wit 100-400AF zoom lens (ALL manual) film depends really on the day cheers!
: To be honest: It is more and more difficult to get a slide scan accepted, specially if it is about an airport overview or poor weather conditions. No!
: To be honest: It is more and more difficult to get a slide scan accepted, specially if it is about an airport overview or poor weather conditions. ...
: Johan and KC7MMI: No, no I don't agree, I don't at all! If you have an original motive, a shot of the pre-digital era, good weather conditions, a full
: Roland, The camera I've been using for all my shots here, is the Canon AE-1, dating from the late 70s. I usually don't plug my own photos that much no
: Wow Johan, you are the master plugger! Man, I thought I was a plugger, look at you! Congratulations. It's all about the scanner, it really is. Unfortu
: Johan, ...but (nearly) always good weather conditions. Okay, you have won this little discussion. In earnest: Your shots ar excellent. The AE-1 is a w
: Roland, Myself, I use the Minolta Dimage Scan Dual. /Johan
: Hey Nice Shots! My HP S20 has been collecting dust for the past few months while my slides keep piling up. Thesedays i have been a little reluctant to
: Nikon and K64........................but the only shots I get accepted are my old stuff.........................CoolScan but I still have trouble with
: Mike, maybe I can see what I can do to help out your shots. If you want, you can email me a 3MB (2000x3000pix) or so picture that got rejected...maybe