A&P Ordered a bunch of stuff from B&H and I don't think it will work with my D80 ohnoes!!

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  1. TtamNedlog

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    So yeah I just ordered all that and I'm not sure how I'm gonna make it work with my D80. I figure if I take the batteries out of the grip, I can forcefully jam a roll of film in there? But then I'll have to run the camera off of a power cord or something. And will that Ilford paper work in my Canon ip5200 inkjet?

































































    Actually as you may have guessed, I'm taking a black and white film class. :mamoru: I borrowed my friend's Nikon N75 w/ 28-80mm 3.3-5.6 G. That lens decent? Man I don't even know how to load film into a camera lol. This class'll be fun! :wiggle:
     
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    No F3HP, no care. :wavey:
     
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    Seriously, have fun with the class. Don't drink the developer.
     
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    F3HP? Sorry buddy I have no idea heh. All I did was take the supply list given to us, went to b&h, and started lookin stuff up. I googled a few things, and picked some different brands/etc so I could experiment and see what I like best. Never heard of Ilford before yesterday, but it seems like they're pretty good for film (at least black and white) from what I've read. Obviously I've heard of Kodak and Fuji before so I picked up some of that too.


    EDIT: Oh, F3HP *camera* heh. I was thinkin film brand or somethin.
     
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    I'm taking a view camera class.

    I'm not nearly as excited as you are....
     
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    eos 3 here... love it for film. also a blad fcm2000 gold medium format for landscapes
     
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    when you get the paper, make sure you take it out, count it, and inspect for damages :mamoru: Seriously, one of my profs told us a story about a kid who did that and for the longest time they couldn't figure out why all his pics were coming out black :rofl:
     
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    :rofl: I'm glad you explained. I would have been dumb enough to believe you. =( I mean I know you can't do that with unexposed film, but I don't know jack about the paper.
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    pwnt by teh emulshunz
     
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    I used Ilford film when I took a film photo class :cool: It was pretty nice. My dad also used it when he was into photography years ago.
     
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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: There were several times people had black triangles from leaving edges out, etc, in my photo class in high school. Took a few of them a while to figure it out :rofl:
     
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    i have a roll of ilford pan-f ISO 50 i'm waiting to shoot with
     
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    I hate the shit out of developing film. I'm completely spoiled by digital.

    Perhaps if I got into photography 5 years earlier, or was born 5 years earlier things would be different.
     
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    Don't scratch your D80 jamming that stuff into there!
     
  16. TtamNedlog

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    I've never done it, but I'm excited to see what it's all about. When it's all said and done I'm pretty sure I'll share your sentiments.



    That's why I ordered that "grease pencil." I assume I use it to scribble some grease on the rolls of film so they slide in the D80 easier. :dunno:
     
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    who wants to buy film and darkroom stuff?



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    haha i wouldnt be worried about loading the film into the camera...unless its all, then yea, its a bitch.

    but loading the film into the development cant [which it doesnt look like you bought]

    enjoy

    oh, i personally like the Tmax film the best, excelent film!
     
  20. mojito

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    most schools provide you with a tank and chemicals.


    Though Brooks only gave you stop, fix and hypo, you needed a developer of choice and your own tanks (35mm and 645/4x5)
     
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    ah, my school we had to get our own tanks. plastic tanks with guides ftmfw. though the metal ones travel so much easier. my school gave us as much D76 as you needed. was kinda nice actually.

    btw, i just pmed you about the film...lol
     
  22. TtamNedlog

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    Oh here's a question. If I wanted to swap out my friend's lens and put my 18-200VR (which is a DX lens) on the N75, what would happen? I mean I know it'll fit, they're both F mounts. But isn't 35mm basically like full frame digital? Does that mean the 18-200 wouldn't show me the full image or what? Would I get what I see in the viewfinder?
     
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    the image circle produced by a dx lens would not cover a full piece of film, so it would vignett.
     

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