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  1. BTW: The word on the street is that Ektachrome in 120 format is expected around October this year!
  2. I was thinking that. I know that there is positive paper for B&W prints (Harman Direct Positive), and there used to be Cibachrome for making colour prints from slides.
  3. How did you convert the positive colour transparencies to black & white prints?
  4. JamesT

    Brize Norton

    Excellent set. I often see and hear those big birds when looking for smaller birds at Farmoor or Chimney. Often going round & round doing training take-offs & landings.
  5. Appleford Church from across the river.
  6. That's a pretty impressive collection, especially with the Fiddle bridge and the Ford!
  7. FFFF (Fomapan Five by Four Film.) Hope this is allowed.
  8. The Bedford looks like it must be a converted military vehicle with that lookout hatch in the nearside roof.
  9. I see them[*] fairly often, but usually in the evening when it's almost dark, this was in the morning as I was getting breakfast. Only problem with cat food is that there are far too many cats about. I think he'd have a tummy ache with the apples at this stage, they're about a month short of ripening. [*] On one occasion, three came under the fence and went on their way with too little time to be one seen several times.
  10. A couple of quick grabs through the kitchen window.
  11. I think that the reason that there is a significant amount of unused film at each end is to give some margin for: Variation of where the film is actually attached to the backing paper, I've not actually check how much variation there is and there's probably less now than there was when the standard was layed down. Differences between cameras, particularly those with mechanically-controlled advance (rather than using the red window). I've not done any measurements but I don't think there's enough margin to get 9 6x9 frames, 17 6x4.5 is possible as I discovered when I mistook the "-" at the attachment region for a "1" while using a Super- Ikonta in 645 mode, the second of the two extra frames was on the film the first wasn't. I'm not quite sure what you are planning, something like the overlapping panoramas that J.M. Golding often does with 127 cameras? I think the direction is the other way, i.e take the left end of the scene first, then move to the right. Remember the image on the film is inverted, so the right edge of the scene is at the left edge of the film, which will then move to the right edge of the next frame on the film.
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    I don't know then, possibly a glitch in the database. @Ryewolf and @Phil do you have any ideas?
  13. JamesT


    Unfortunately your images are not showing up. The commonest cause of this is that they are too large, I think the limit is 1Mb per image.
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