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the 2nd day triple fault experience

Triplezone - Wednesday, August 26th 2020 - 03h 31m 12s
Shit happens. You have to take it as it comes.

Merci Nigels and Jean Jacques!
Jj_reypol - Monday, August 24th 2020 - 07h 53m 58s
Oh yes, I recognize the FP-100B white wings… This is a road map that promises to be interesting!
Nigels - Monday, August 24th 2020 - 07h 04m 21s
Looks like the white tab got stuck as well - a bit of a bad hair day all round. Never mind, its still a great shot.
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the 2nd day triple fault experience
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It started 'really well' on the second day: First I dropped my Sekor lens 5.6/150 on the stone floor in the hotel. Spring diaphragm disassembled. Then I found that my second Mamiya Universal camera had incidence of light (as you can see). Obviously I had packed the defective device at home. Finally it turned out that the film declared and packed as Polaroid 664 was obviously produced by Fuji - cassette, dark slide, negative, and the infamous white stripes clearly show all characteristics of FP-100B. Very annoying, because I assumed it was my 664 best film stock. Unfortunately, it was not. So began the rainy day in the north of Hólmavík on road no. 645 near Lyngey.

Mamiya Sekor 4.7/127; 664/FP-100B exp. 02/2010
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Mamiya Universal
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