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  • #16664921

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-07-30

    So three tests going on here....first of all I found a Canon EOS 3000 for $15 and so i had to pick it up. It's a very lightweight body and is a whole 1/2 pound lighter than the 7E. So I thought that for travel it would be nice to have plus it's simpler so less to go wrong. The camera performed very well and only had one incident of the shutter sticking which is very common with these EOS film cameras. The second test was the 40mm pancake lens that Canon released this spring. Nice lens! Sharp and extremely compact, very light as well. Another great travel option. Third test was the Kodak Ektar 100. I haven't used this film before but it performed rather well I thought. Typical CN look to it but it does have the fine grain that Kodak touts.

  • #16664919

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-07-30

    So three tests going on here....first of all I found a Canon EOS 3000 for $15 and so i had to pick it up. It's a very lightweight body and is a whole 1/2 pound lighter than the 7E. So I thought that for travel it would be nice to have plus it's simpler so less to go wrong. The camera performed very well and only had one incident of the shutter sticking which is very common with these EOS film cameras. The second test was the 40mm pancake lens that Canon released this spring. Nice lens! Sharp and extremely compact, very light as well. Another great travel option. Third test was the Kodak Ektar 100. I haven't used this film before but it performed rather well I thought. Typical CN look to it but it does have the fine grain that Kodak touts.

  • #16664915

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-07-30

    So three tests going on here....first of all I found a Canon EOS 3000 for $15 and so i had to pick it up. It's a very lightweight body and is a whole 1/2 pound lighter than the 7E. So I thought that for travel it would be nice to have plus it's simpler so less to go wrong. The camera performed very well and only had one incident of the shutter sticking which is very common with these EOS film cameras. The second test was the 40mm pancake lens that Canon released this spring. Nice lens! Sharp and extremely compact, very light as well. Another great travel option. Third test was the Kodak Ektar 100. I haven't used this film before but it performed rather well I thought. Typical CN look to it but it does have the fine grain that Kodak touts.

  • #16664908

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-07-30

    So three tests going on here....first of all I found a Canon EOS 3000 for $15 and so i had to pick it up. It's a very lightweight body and is a whole 1/2 pound lighter than the 7E. So I thought that for travel it would be nice to have plus it's simpler so less to go wrong. The camera performed very well and only had one incident of the shutter sticking which is very common with these EOS film cameras. The second test was the 40mm pancake lens that Canon released this spring. Nice lens! Sharp and extremely compact, very light as well. Another great travel option. Third test was the Kodak Ektar 100. I haven't used this film before but it performed rather well I thought. Typical CN look to it but it does have the fine grain that Kodak touts.

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  • Oriental lights

    shared by tsingtao on 2012-07-08

    My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TsingtaoClick

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  • Geranium

    shared by andyresag on 2012-06-27

    picture taken with: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- camera: PENTACON PRAKTICA BX 20 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- lens: CARL ZEISS JENA MAKRO P. 2.8 / 55 mm ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- film: LOMOGRAPHY XPRO CHROME 100 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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  • Kelly Tarlton's

    shared by lieze on 2012-06-27

    I visited my friend in New Zealand and together we went to Australia, for my the other side of the world. I took some photos but my camera broke, so lots of them are lost or have lightleaks.

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    shared by rluka on 2012-06-27

  • Making cookies

    shared by lieze on 2012-06-27

    I visited my friend in New Zealand and together we went to Australia, for my the other side of the world. I took some photos but my camera broke, so lots of them are lost or have lightleaks.

  • Black & White mood.

    shared by sobetion on 2012-06-27

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    shared by moacir on 2012-06-22

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    shared by 4ene4s on 2012-06-22

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  • #15923643

    shared by calfaroz on 2012-04-27

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  • #15923638

    shared by ericeast on 2012-04-27

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    shared by calfaroz on 2012-04-27

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    shared by ericeast on 2012-04-27

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    shared by calfaroz on 2012-04-27

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  • #15923627

    shared by ericeast on 2012-04-27

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    shared by calfaroz on 2012-04-27

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  • #15975874

    shared by cinzinc on 2012-05-04

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    shared by cinzinc on 2012-05-04

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    shared by cinzinc on 2012-05-04

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    shared by meryl on 2012-05-04

  • Spring Flowers In The Botanic Garden

    shared by kleeblatt on 2012-05-04

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  • arepa

    shared by aguigabriela on 2012-05-04

    monday morning sunlight

  • solecito

    shared by aguigabriela on 2012-05-04

    monday morning sunlight

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    shared by pregrino_george on 2012-05-04

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    shared by pregrino_george on 2012-05-04

  • Self Doubles Project No.1

    shared by arurin on 2012-04-30

    First layer shot with Canon EOS, and second layer shot with LC-A during my short trip to Asakusa, Japan.

  • Self Doubles Project No.1

    shared by arurin on 2012-04-30

    First layer shot with Canon EOS, and second layer shot with LC-A during my short trip to Asakusa, Japan.

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  • #15923642

    shared by ericeast on 2012-04-27

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    shared by ericeast on 2012-04-27

  • #15923633

    shared by calfaroz on 2012-04-27

  • parakeets

    shared by aguigabriela on 2012-05-04

    last tuesday i met my dad's auntie. she has a lovely house, and she is lovely as well.

  • #15783512

    shared by earlybird on 2012-04-10

    If only we were two then things could be easier -- we'd finish tasks earlier, discover more places, and meet more people in this world. But then, that's a magic we still can't accomplish, that's why the illusion of double exposing is here! (POTD 05.05.12)

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  • Gloomy Reflections

    shared by fartstorm on 2012-04-21

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    shared by jhunnie on 2012-04-17

  • #15841172

    shared by jhunnie on 2012-04-17

  • Double with superkulisap part 2

    shared by dakadev_pui on 2012-04-17

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/superkulisap

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  • #15841174

    shared by jayrbereber on 2012-04-17

    Yashica LM

  • #15382875

    shared by jackpacker on 2012-02-17

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    shared by jackpacker on 2012-02-17

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    shared by jackpacker on 2012-02-17

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    shared by jackpacker on 2012-02-17

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    shared by jackpacker on 2012-02-17

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    shared by marjanbuning on 2012-01-04

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  • Istanbul

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-01-04

    Found this Fuji Sensia 400 Film in a store in Istanbul which nural recommendet. Befor, it was impossible for me to find ANY slide film, so I was really surprised by this treasure! These were the stairs to the 360° bar at Beyoglu.

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  • #15040237

    shared by hankerkizia on 2012-01-04

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  • #15037429

    shared by emkei on 2012-01-04

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  • doubles with mich

    shared by maria_vlachou on 2011-12-29

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/mich

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