I’m not sure I miss film at all.
the nuclear family holiday (last) resort
I’ve been invited onto the committee that looks after a small (and almost full) cemetery in Ajax, so I went out to take a look at it. It’s nice; it’ll last you. One thing I learnt there: RB67 polaroids don’t come out too well if you leave the darkslide in.
On the way back, I headed down Liverpool Road to take pictures of the Pickering wind turbine with the RB67. It’s a strange place, the beachfront at Pickering. There’s beach volleyball with the nuke station lurking toxically in the background.
I don’t know why the town doesn’t rename itself “New Prypiat“, and be done with it.
the land camera
RB67, 127mm @ f/3.8, expired Polaroid 664, 1/125s
My first attempt with the RB67 and Polaroid back. With the metering prism and the handgrip, the RB67 weighs over 4kg, so it’s not something you want to wave about.
Something’s a bit weird with my film. Every picture I take has the top left corner missing:
Â Is the developer dry? Am I pulling the film through the rollers too slowly? Too fast? I dunno.
Got the RB67 back from Kominek, and they did a great job. While it still looks a bit beat-up, everything runs silky-smooth. It did cost a bit more to CLAÂ than the camera cost to buy, but I’m very happy with what they’ve done.
Caution: RB67 Operators In This Area
It’s actually the UK speed camera warning sign, but it looks quite a lot like an RB67 …
The RB-67 arrived. It’s colossal and heavy. It’ll need a CLA as the shutter release is sticky, but seems to be in okay condition for the price.