The Fujipet gets some much needed Neopan 100 Acros
The 1959 Pet is still going strong. It’s one of the smallest and lightest medium format cameras around – just slightly larger than the 120 roll film that it uses!
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The Fujica GW690 Professional 6×9 120/220 roll film camera – 1970s tech never looked so good!
This beast will eat through film like it’s candy! 8 exposures from a roll of film but oh how pretty the pics are!
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We acquired this beast early this year and fell in love with its capabilities. The only problem with it is that you only get 8 6x9cm images on a roll of 120 film. Talk about planning your shot!
Last camera to carry the Fujica name.
One of our favorite images from the first roll – far from perfect – the focus is a tad off but we love the shallow depth of field and the amazing tonal range of the Neopan Acros.
The 6x9cm format is, in our opinion, nearly perfect for big time enlargements. This image by the way, is not cropped and hasn’t received post production.
If you want to go big in medium format, the Fujica GW690 and the Fuji GW690II and III are worth a look.
Testing our Fujica GW690 medium format camera and Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 film. Captures the details, grays, shadows and textures nicely on this 130 year old brick wall on Centre Street.
Processing: The Darkroom
Scanner: Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II
Film: Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100
Camera: Fuji Photo Film Fujica GW690 ca.1978