Below are some wax size samples, all hand-held using a little Nikon 35Ti point and shoot camera .
Click yellow tabs Below to download the wide size images. All are 3000 pixels wide-eyed on the long end, which is plenty to show the full resolution, nothing extra is gained by scanning at a higher rate .
I by chance hit the ‘ panorama ’ switch on the Nikon 35Ti I was using, so it went into the imbecile slit-pan mode and about one-half my images were cut in half, next time I ’ ll videotape over the switch over. I think the switch moved as I pulled the camera out of the bag with other stuff crammed in. When in panorama mode, the television camera cuts off the upper and lower parts of the persona using metal blades, it does not extend the persona horizontally for a capture area like a Hassleblad Xpan .
Harbor boat fit it was actually darkness out, and I tried to steady the television camera on a vilify, I did a decent speculate holding the camera for a second base or two, however, the shutter speed was long adequate that the boats are bleary as the waves came in. F/2.8, about 1-2 seconds .
greens Pier scene the sun was down for several minutes. F/4 and credibly about 1/30 sec shutter speed, the person walking is not blurred .
Hillside homes cheery scene with a shutter speed of 1/250s, and about F/11 sol possibly a copulate stops over exposed .
Beach and fire It ’ mho blue enough here to see the bonfire shadows from the trash cans on the boards below the argue. F/2.8, 1/30 .
Resort family I used the blink of an eye on this one, and it lite up the center planters and tables to the correct fairly well. After sunset dark shot. F/2.8, 1.30s with flash.
jellyfish lamp Window shopping here. Lamp about 4-5 ( 1.5m ) feet away, nice blurred background. F/2.8, 1/30s .
I ’ m impressed with this film, it ’ s capital for hand-held practice with 35mm cameras, as I said in the begin, it looks pretty darn good for this small format negative, I wish they made it in 120/220 !
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