Light Lens Lab Summicron 35mm f2 Comparison – LLL vs Original

LLL vs Original Light Lens Lab Summicron Comparison Comparison between original Leica Summicron 35mm f2 V1 and Black paint V2LC and Brass version from Light Lens Lab Light Lens Lab Summicron 35mm f2 Comparison – LLL vs Original July 24, 2020 Versions of LLL and Original Summicron Light Lens Lab in Black paint and Brassed Version Two weeks ago, I borrowed 2 Light Lens Lab (周八枚) from my friend. Brassed version and Black paint version in amber coating. The brassed […]

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Ilford Delta Professional 400 Black and White Negative Film

Ilford Delta 400 Name: Ilford Delta Professional ISO: 400 Film type: Black and white Character: Fine grain, high sharpness with medium contrast Difference between Delta 400 and HP5+ Ilford Delta 400 is a high-speed black and white film which has a modern emulsion (tabular-grain film) that can result with finer grain but with less latitude. I would say its tone belongs to the modern days while Ilford HP5+ belongs to the past with more grain and tonal range. Delta 400 gives you a […]

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Kodak Ektar 100 Colour Negative Film

Kodak Ektar 100 Analog Film Review Kodak Colour Negative Film Kodak Ektar 100 Colour Negative Film May 18, 2017 Introducing you to another essential film manufactured by Kodak – Ektar 100 – which is still available in the market. This film is well known for its vibrant colour and its e fine grain. Name: Kodak Ektar 100 ISO: 100 Film type: Colour negative Character: Vivid colour, fair dynamic range and high sharpness Great Tonality, Wide Greyscale and Sharpness  Ektar 100 must not be a […]

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