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I've lurked for awhile and decided to try and post some images taken with a mamiya c330 and 135mm on kodax px d76 1:1

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Nils
 
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Nils, welcome aboard. Nice tones in the pics. How is that Mamiya C330? I've seen a couple for sale here locally and have been tempted.
 
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Thanks, the lenses are amazing but, there fairly big and bulky, I borrow from the school I think they go pretty cheap though, the square format is nice aswell.

nils
 
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The bokey is beautiful, these are some nice shots. But the camera is HUGE isn't it? I went shooting with a couple classmates today, and one of them had a Yashica twin-lens, which is a lot smaller. It was pretty sweet.

Oh, and welcome to the Cafe Nils!
 
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Thanks Chris, yeah a friend of mine has a yashica mat and another has a rolleiflex and those are alot smaller then the mamiya but, those mamiya optics are amazing the first two are shot wide open.

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Thanks Chris, I'm collecting quite a quiver of m645 lenses aswell and I get blown away everytime i put the negs on the light table.
 
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Ah, that's the Mamiya I have. I have the 110 f/2.8, 45 f/2.8, 24 f/4 and of course the 80 f/2.8, but the iris is stuck on that one. I used to have the 35, and 500 as well. For some reason Mamiya lenses are under-rated, and that's to our favor!
 
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I know, I've got the 80 f/2.8, 45 f/2.8, 120 f/4 macro, and would like to get one of those super teles like the 500 but, thats for another day. when I look at the prices for the 80mm which are around $50 last I checked then I look at the amazingly sharp negatives I get from that lense... it just makes me wonder.
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Nice shots. Love the tones and contrast you got in the 2nd one.
 
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