Sometimes on those long, cold, dark, Edmonton winter nights, you do regrettable things…like going to Galaxyland.
In any case, I am back after a long hiatus. My scanner is functional again (tried to upgrade the scanning computer to Windows 10, to no end of heartache) and finally had a chance to finish a complete roll of film.
This is Fuji Superia 800.
Oh and while we’re on the subject…F&*# YOU FUJI for trying to screw us all, and jacking up the price of film come April 1st. Just discontinue it all already, and stop messing with our minds…we know that’s where you’re ultimately headed.
…this time, in colour.
Strangely, the lens is not coincident at infinity on any of my film bodies, but there doesn’t seem to be a problem, even at f/1.4 (#7 is a bit out, but I chalk it up to motion…) Perhaps I am not shooting it far enough away;
In any case, I have performed zero adjustments from factory spec. Also–I cannot seem to get it to flare. It seems to “veil” slightly on occasion, but no fancy rings or patterns.
This is Superia 800, which, to my knowledge, I have never shot with. (Though I admit, I could certainly be wrong…) That being said, I definitely be orderin’ me some more of THAT.
This is also that crappy ‘ole Canon LTM lens, with a right-proper Kindai/Rayqual adapter…which was not cheap, but certainly lives up to the price. I am definitely liking the lens a lot more than I should, considering the age and price…
I mean it only has, like, FULL STOPS! (…like what is that??)
Anyway, a lot of randomness here, but I hope you enjoy.