Not much to show. The rest of the not-too-destroyed-by-light-leaks images are in the video.
With the broken rollers and pinholes in the bellows, I felt like this camera didn’t get a fair shake. This will probably make more sense if you see the original post first.
I had some unopened film in the freezer…
Here’s the film:
I haven’t repaired the bellows so I wrapped it, similar to the job on the Kodak Six-20.
One final note. It’s pan film, as in panchromatic, but the color sensitivities are interesting. And… never mind the cats knocked the balloons off the chair so I can’t map the colors. Any way, the colors are interesting. More testing to come.
I forgot to add it has the standard lighten/darken control around the light sensor.
It was super windy and the old 400mm definitely does not have image stabilization. I got lucky during a short lull.
I’ll try some exposure stacking – bracketing gave me some good sky-dark mountains and the reverse.
Things I missed or glossed over in the video:
Canon still has the manual.
Scene modes: Portrait – “soft effect”, Landscape – deep DoF, Night Scene – slow shutter + flash, Sports – continuous shooting with AF, Night Snapshot – reduces camera shake (boosts ISO & shutter?), Kids & Pets, Indoor, Sunset, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Aquarium, Underwater, ISO 3200 (2X normal highest), and Color Swap.
Metering modes: Evaluative, Center weighted average, Spot AE Point/Center – spot metering is whatever is in the center of the LCD, and Spot AE Point/AF Point – AE point follows AF point (only works with FlexiZone AF selected).