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this roll of film got loaded in february into the FM2n, and i could not seem to shoot it. so since the weather was so nice today, i thought up a way to shoot it, seeing as how Dr. Chris101 made a comment in the lens addict post. this the Delta 3200 in XTOL at 7.5min. a curious part of my ramble-mind is how i have an affinity to certain films, and not others, and it's not the use of the film, or how well it might behave within that use, just i have not used the film enough to learn to like it, and the Delta 3200 is one of those...:biggrin:

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I kind of did a bell-curve-of-liking with Delta 3200. At first I thought hm, then I figured out how to develop it and voila, I love the stuff.
 
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WHoa!!! Look at those great lenses!

Rodney, if you think you might end up selling the 75 lux, please let me know ASAP. I'm actively looking for one!
 
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:eek:nah...its a keeper...hope you find one:cool:

Bouhouhou snif snif snif!
Nah, only joking. I understand you loving it. But why selling the 28 1.4? That Nikkor is legendary such as the 75 lux.
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I knew my ears were burning, but dang! Pictures like that make me drool. Nice lighting Rodney, it has a very sensual, smooth feel to it. And that glass is worthy of the light!

For me, delta 3200 was love at first print. That last roll I did - with all the night time motion blur - was delta 32 exposed at iso 3200, but developed at iso 400! Yet a lot of images came out. Now that's latitude!

But the one I really like is delta 400. I think instead of one film for the summer, I'm gonna go with one film speed.
 
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