Nature walk yesterday to try and blow off some steam…

The GF670 lends itself well to just such an adventure; which is really why I decided to get back into it in the first place.

(Well that, and the screamin’ deal…)

Anyhoo, I have exhaustively come to the conclusion that at f/3.5, it is probably not pin-sharp.

You really have to stop down to f/4 to get reliable sharpness, and I don’t think it is just missed focus.

(…Or for that matter, moving children).



These were shot on Portra 400 at ISO 1600, and developed for 5:20 on new chemicals.

An easy two-stop push.

As a result: I am further purplexed.

They are much more grainy than the last ridiculous push, which really has me trying to figure out why.

Stay tuned.


2 thoughts on “Sonny

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Bijan,

      On the whole, I’d have to say…no.

      It is more satisfying to process (…oy! Those negatives!!) but the scanning aspect really makes it a big pain. (Sometimes I really wonder why I bother!) I am going to take the GF670 on our Hawaii vacation this spring, and have all the rolls processed by Richard Photo before we return.


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