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Posted: 10/27/2013 1:25:26 PM EST
A couple more from the Mamiya RB67. Took these yesterday while out hiking the Beaver Brook Trail just outside of Golden.

Shot on Delta 100 and developed using Xtol at 1:1.

I am REALLY enjoying the whole film process, especially using a medium format camera. Yesterday I also picked up an Omega D5 XL enlarger for $50.00. Makes for a great excuse to look for a nice 4x5 monorail !


RB67-26-OCT-2013-3 by Colorado CJ, on Flickr


RB67-26-OCT-2013-2 by Colorado CJ, on Flickr
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:26:57 PM EST
amazing
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:28:30 PM EST
I always wanted one of those, from the day they came out, but there were always too many other places for the money.

Ended up with a C330.

Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:31:07 PM EST
I miss the days of tri-pan and pan x, k1000's and twin lens reflex cameras. I've been half seriously eyeballing Hasselblad 500c's for awhile now. Looks like you are having some fun with your camera!
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:36:47 PM EST
Yeah. I bought the Mamiya for $150.00, so you can get them very cheap now days. People are practically giving away darkroom equipment.

I am a digital shooter usually (my go-to camera is a D600), but it is fun and I am learning a lot, getting into film.

Here's a shot of the Mamiya from 2 weeks ago out on another hike (shot with an OM1 and TMAX 100 film).


The-Mamiya-on-the-Trail by Colorado CJ, on Flickr


And a few from the Mamiya on that hike.


RB67-13-OCT-2013-3 by Colorado CJ, on Flickr


RB67-13-OCT-2013-4 by Colorado CJ, on Flickr
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 4:14:26 AM EST
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Originally Posted By PDXMichael:
I miss the days of tri-pan and pan x, k1000's and twin lens reflex cameras. I've been half seriously eyeballing Hasselblad 500c's for awhile now. Looks like you are having some fun with your camera!
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I'd love to get a Hasselblad, especially for their (relative) compactness. Prices on them are really climbing though. A year or so ago, you could get a 500 CM for half or less of what they cost today.

A lot of people are getting back into film.
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