Plus-X pushed

by Todd on May 15, 2012

As promised, I shot another roll of Kodak Plus-X 125 and developed a little differently. This roll was exposed at 250 and developed in rodinal, 1:80 for 90 minutes. There’s still not much grain, and some of these shots look almost digital. I’m still favorably impressed with the Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 3.3/4. It’s better than most primes I’ve shot, and some of these images have a real 3D pop to them. The gallery below shows a range of different subjects and lighting conditions. This lens is fairly flare-resistant, too. Overall, it’s almost too good to be true, which is great, because I really don’t have the funds for a prime lens for this camera right now. Contax VF is bright and excellent, and pretty much everything on the roll was properly-focused, using only the matte part of the screen in most cases.


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