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    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Pentax 67II - Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 1:3.5/55 - Ilford HP5+ @ ASA-400
    Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
    Scanner: Epson V700
    Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)

  • .:Axle:. posted a photo:

    CCR Review 72 - Pentax 67II

    It's a traditional SLR on steroids, big camera, big negatives, and a complete joy to use out in the field. Even with the weight and awkward loading of the film if I had not already invested in Hasselblad, I would be hunting down such a beast!

    Sony a6000 - Sony E PZ 16-50mm 1:3.5-5.6 OSS

  • - Una - posted a photo:

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    When you want something really really badly and you know that only the "EYES" can get it for you... so you turn those on x 100

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    Alberto R. Gaytán, a quien le debo muchas horas y enseñanzas de buceo, uno de mis maestros en toda la extensión de la palabra

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