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Discussion in 'Everything Film' started by Dan, Sep 30, 2001.

  1. Brian

    Brian Venerable Elder

    Yes David but the company which made the camera was Ihagee of Dresdenand the model was called'The Kine Exacta'. But Leitz from the earliest times could be used cassette to cassette although they didn't include a knife. Oh and the camera also featured an amazing amount of shutter speeds for it day 12sec to 1/1000th.

    Brian.
     
  2. Canonball

    Canonball Well-Known Member

    Errrrr, NO I can't Steve!

    Maybe I'm just in "Thick Mode" at the moment, but I can't see the relevence of logging each frame to the fogging of the middle section of a film.

    Geoff
     
  3. TimF

    TimF With as stony a stare as ever Lord Reith could hav

    80 years ago Leitz decided to obviate the problem re backs springing open by merely engineering them so they couldn't.

    They couldn't guard against thickos like me who don't secure the bottom before shooting-once only, and it only came off enough to knock the frame counter back to zero, but still..../img/wwwthreads/wink.gif

    Get out and get shooting!!
     
  4. TimF

    TimF With as stony a stare as ever Lord Reith could hav

    And then clean out the bits of chopped off finger and blood out the camera!

    Real clever that./img/wwwthreads/smile.gif

    Get out and get shooting!!
     
  5. Canonball

    Canonball Well-Known Member

    You're right there Tim, They can make 'em foolproof, even idiot proof, but they can't cope with us nutters.

    Geoff
     
  6. SCT

    SCT Well-Known Member

    Geoff, I think we are speaking at cross wotits. Whats I ment was that each shot that you take you make a note of all the details in a litle book, tape thingy, PDA program, using the frame number as the point of ref. IF the camera decides to work back to front. It gets a bit confusing.

    Bit like this response.<img src="/img/wwwthreads/wink.gif">

    Steve C Thompson IRIPN
     
  7. SCT

    SCT Well-Known Member

    Nothing is idiot proof. Because you will aways find a better idiot.<img src="/img/wwwthreads/wink.gif">

    Steve C Thompson IRIPN
     
  8. Canonball

    Canonball Well-Known Member

    Doh!!! yeah I see what you mean now Steve! /img/wwwthreads/wink.gif

    Geoff
     
  9. Brian

    Brian Venerable Elder

    I have always thought that you were a unique sort of chap Tim.
    , in the nicest possible way.

    Brian<img src="/img/wwwthreads/wink.gif">
     
  10. David Stout

    David Stout Well-Known Member

    Dan

    You might want to get some expert opinion on the negs. It is highly unlikely to be a processing problem. I thought it might have been some kind of shutter problem but if the left half of a neg is dark when it is viewed horizontally it is unlikely to be a shutter problem because the shutter blades run from top to bottom, not left to right.

    With the frames that are black, is the film clear around the edge of the frame and the sprocket holes. If so, this would indicate an exposure problem of some sort. If there is no detail there at all it suggests gross over-exposure and perhaps the sort of thing that might happen if the shutter is fired with the lens removed.

    On the other hand, if the film edge is also black i.e. fogged, then opening the camera back could have caused this.

    David
     

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