Screen Test

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Unlike some other sites, we here at Iftimestoodstill Productions don’t do our testing using hand lotion… (snicker)

Only the finest compressed air will do.

Incidentally, I recently installed a new focusing screen in one of the new finds, and was busily running around photographing bottles.  And other things.

If you’re in the market, you really should give Rick Oleson a look.  Although not as perfectly crisp as the Maxwell Brightscreens, they are a quarter of the price, and function as an excellent replacement to any original equipment.  I have ordered two screens from Rick, and have been completely thrilled with the result and support.

Thanks Rick!

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10 thoughts on “Screen Test

  1. jkjod says:

    I happen to be running a test roll myself. Only at my household we use the “world wide standard test chart”…the cat

  2. andygemmell says:

    Ooohhhh……ouch….

    War of the test subjects. Things could get nasty here. Compressed air duster!

    Wow…we dont have this in Australia. Could be an importing opportunity here…😊…

    Btw that is a very smooth image for film…was it HP5?

    • mewanchuk says:

      Andy,

      The compressed air is used when scanning the 120…makes a huge difference with the dust spots.

      As for the film, it is indeed HP5+…very much in love with this 120 B&W film right now.

      All the best,
      M.

      • andygemmell says:

        Oh of course….good idea re scanning. Given I haven’t gone the scanning route Im not in the know.

        I haven’t used HP5+ in 120….might have to change that!

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