Re: Suggestions for low ISO film
- From: "sharkbait999" <sharkbait999@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 04:09:51 GMT
It's a moot point since you can no longer get K-25. I have many prints made
from K-25, which were sharp even when enlarged to 16X24 thanks to the
density of K-25 that some have compared to 8,000 X 12,000 pixels taken with
a good quality 35mm lens in the digital world. Yes, it was a slide film but
a damn good one.
"Harris Tweadie" <Ill@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Fuji Velvia 50. It's still about if you look. No contest for sunsets.
"sharkbait999" <sharkbait999@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Ahhhh. For that old film camera, I would highly recommend that old
<kombi45@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Looking to dust off the old film camera and take some sunrise/sunset
pics of the Golden Gate, Mt. Tam, etc. Any sugegstions on the best
bang for my (low ISO) buck? I can do slide film, I guess, but would