Photo by Joe McGloin
"Reloading Hit film rolls is a challenge, but it is worth the effort -- assuming you like the results. Here, the results in the center are pretty darn sharp. The edges show lots of light fall-off, but for small prints the results are very good -- unlike most Hit-type cameras"
From-the-hip exposure and developing. Shot at f11 and 1/100 -- handheld. The Tone has a focusing lens and this was set at two feet. Shot with 17.5mm Ilford Delta 100 -- slit from 35mm stock -- exposed at ISO 50. Developed in D-76 (1+1) at 72 degrees for 8 minutes. Enlarged with a Beseler 45MX enlarger with a Beseler condenser light source and a Minolta Enla-Unit with Rokkor 30mm f2.8 lens at f2.8 for 40 seconds. Paper is Ilford Multigrade IV with no filter. Developed in Dektol (1+3) at 68 degrees for 2 minutes.
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