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52 Cameras: # 184 — Bell & Howell (Canon) Dial 35-2




Kodak Color Plus 200 scanned on a Canon CanoScan 9000f at 2400DPI and resized for the blog. Any edits are in the image file names.
They look like tampons but they're ice sculptures.

They look like tampons but they’re ice sculptures.


Another fun night shot.

Another fun night shot.


I don't remember what this sign is for - I just like the abstract shapes.

I don’t remember what this sign is for – I just like the abstract shapes.


Flamingos at the Flamingo.

Flamingos at the Flamingo.

A little more than half way done with the scanning. If I see something interesting, I’ll add it to the post.

52 Cameras: #7 – Olympus Pen EES


Part of the original project. No results photographs in the video.



This is a fun camera to use. It did well considering I suck at guesstimating distance and I forgot my human rangefinder card. I took it with me while we did a tour of Breaking Bad locations.

John B. Robert dam in Albuquerque - CanoScan 9000F at 9600 DPI

John B. Robert dam in Albuquerque – CanoScan 9000F at 9600 DPI

Waiting for the vacuum cleaner repair guy - CanoScan 9000F at 9600 DPI

Waiting for the vacuum cleaner repair guy – CanoScan 9000F at 9600 DPI

Same negative scanned with the old 5MP ImageLabs

Same negative scanned with the old 5MP ImageLabs

Because it’s 1/2 frame, The Camera Shop of Santa Fe couldn’t scan right away. I was impatient so I just had them process the film and dusted off my old scanner. Literally. It was covered in dust and sadly some is inside on the sensor. I had bought a nice Canon CanoScan 9000F a while back and finally set it up. I’m still learning my way around the new scanner so hopefully, results will improve. Images are resized but no exposure or color correction. On the 3rd image I used the clone tool in Photoshop to clean up dust and cat hair.

I’ll do a separate post about the scanners and put up some more pictures from the Pen EES.