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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:35:34 No.2231511

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Finally finished a test roll that I've had sitting in my Canonet QL17 for 2 years.

I haven't been around /p/ in ages, so I figured this is a good excuse to get myself to come back.

Most of this stuff is just checking out what certain scenes might look like on film, but there are a few shots I like enough to share. Feedback is more than welcome.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:37:37 No.2231514

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This was all on Fuji Superia 200. I've got 5 rolls of Kodak Gold 200 that got given to me recently, so I plan on trying that out soon. Also got a roll of Portra 400 that I need to find a good use for, though I'll be using that one with an SLR.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:38:48 No.2231515

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My scanner is a piece of shit, so this was all 'scanned' by taking photos of the prints with my DSLR. I'd 'scan' the negatives, but I don't have a long enough macro lens to get any decent quality out of it.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:40:24 No.2231516

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And those are my four favourite shots. I've got some more that I can post if people want, but a couple of them are a bit messed up. Either something went wrong in the camera and the film suddenly shifted half-way through the exposure or(less likely, I think), the print went a bit wrong.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:51:46 No.2231528
>>2231516

I really like this one but I feel like the plane (?) in the sky detracts from it. The third one is nice too, but due to the way you had to upload the colors look pretty bad. Don't really care for the other two.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 03:55:44 No.2231533
>>2231528
That was a bird that just happened to fly into frame as I took the photo. It also happened to line up with that cloud, making it look like some sort of plane. I also reckon it'd be better without the tree just on the left edge, which somehow I never noticed until now.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 04:02:04 No.2231539
>>2231533

Posting again. I think you could have gotten a really cool image if you used a wide angle lens for that bulldozer. Maybe if you got really close and got on your stomach for the composition? The eye level composition isn't that exciting. And it is a little bit overexposed.

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Anonymous 2014-01-26 04:06:53 No.2231548
>>2231539
The camera has a permanent 40mm lens. I agree, I should've gotten in a bit closer and lower. I did actually kneel down for it, cut it doesn't make much of a difference at that distance. I deliberately over-exposed a little bit to see how the film would handle it, to make sure everything would be clear in the shadows, and just because I kind of like the way it looks. I think it would look better if it were a little bit darker, though.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Anonymous 2014-01-29 11:42:31 No.2234444
upped

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Romeguy 2014-01-29 11:45:01 No.2234446
>>2234444
how do you like the camera?
is it shit at 1.7?
how much should I pay for it top? I see it selling from 15 to 150$...

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Anonymous 2014-01-29 11:54:05 No.2234451
>>2234446
>I see it selling from 15 to 150$.
High price = CLA top working model
Low price = thrift shop lottery.

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Romeguy 2014-01-29 12:04:47 No.2234456
>>2234451
>Low price = thrift shop lottery.
yeah of course they need foam replacement and so on.

I mean what's a fair price for a good working one?

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Anonymous 2014-01-29 16:48:35 No.2234556
>>2234444
I was wondering if I should bump my thread, but someone else did it for me.

>>2234446
Love the camera. I took one photo at 1.7, just to see what it was like. It was so fucking blurry, it was ridiculous.
I got mine for $120AU, I think.
>>2234456
The light seals in mine have clearly been squashed quite a lot, but they're basically in the same shape they'd be while the camera is closed. I was worried they might not work any more, but it seems like they're doing fine. They do sort of come off as a slightly sticky kind of lint if I rub a finger on it, though.
There's also a bit of scratching on the lens that sometimes creates a fuzzy spot in the lower middle and a tiny bit to the left. You can see it if you look closely at the last two photos, particularly the lower contrast bit in the tree one. I did fix it up a little, but it's still there.

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Anonymous 2014-01-29 16:50:39 No.2234560
>>2234556
>I took one photo at 1.7, just to see what it was like. It was so fucking blurry, it was ridiculous.
so it's not usable after sunset.
thanks

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Anonymous 2014-01-29 17:35:10 No.2234579
>>2234456
>yeah of course they need foam replacement and so on.

I don't have a Canonet so I don't know what genetic ailments they suffer from, but when you get a one that has had a proper CLA you avoid problems like:

Misaligned rangefinder
Lightseals
Dead/miscalibrated meter
Sticky apertures
Lens fungus
Lubrication/gunk of moving parts
Holes in shutter curtain.
Shutter accuracy

You have to decide how much that work is worth to you, and how much of a risk you are willing to take.

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Anonymous 2014-01-30 03:11:45 No.2235068

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>>2234560
Here's a snapshit purely for testing f/1.7. It was definitely focused on the light bulb, yet it looks like nothing at all is in focus. I think I might've taken one of my shots at f/2.8, which came out relatively fuzzy, but I'm not entirely certain of it. There was one at f/3.5 or f/4 that came out perfectly sharp, though. Shooting during the day with a max shutter speed of 1/500 doesn't let you really get anything more than f/8 most of the time, so you're not likely to use anything wider very much at all/

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Anonymous 2014-01-30 03:40:59 No.2235074
>>2235068
I kind of like it.

It's funny that you started this thread because I just dusted off my QL 17 today after a couple years off of photography and shot a whole role at a dying shopping mall here in town.

I eyeballed every fucking shot because I didn't have a light meter. It will be interesting to see how I did when I get the film back from the lab.

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Anonymous 2014-01-30 03:56:43 No.2235081
>>2235074
I find it pretty easy outdoors(I also tend to overexpose by a stop for shadow detail and because I like the look), though I'd probably not even try in more complicated lighting situations.

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Anonymous 2014-01-30 04:17:21 No.2235101
>>2235068
Mate, 1.7 may be soft, but not that badly. $120 AUD? Dayum, you got owned.







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