Polaroid Pathfinder 110B – The acrobats part 3

I stumbled across an EBay ad for a ‘Poloroid camera’, which turned out to be a 4×5 converted  Polaroid Pathfinder 110B.  They’re usually well out of my price range, but thanks to be mislabeling there wasn’t much interest and I won the bidding.

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AGFA Curix X-Ray film in HC-110 1+50 for 20min at 20C.

I brought it to the acrobat session to try it out before I bring it on any trips. It seems to work just fine.  Even the flash sync works, although the pictures I tried with direct flash look very much like direct flash pictures usually do.

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AGFA Curix X-Ray film in HC-110 1+50 for 20min at 20C.

X-Ray film doesn’t give very nice skin tones, but in these pictures it didn’t matter much. I botched the light metering and got very well exposed light fixtures and everything else was underexposed, hence the very grainy pictures.

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AGFA Curix X-Ray film in HC-110 1+50 for 20min at 20C.

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One thought on “Polaroid Pathfinder 110B – The acrobats part 3

  1. Pingback: Experiments with the Polaroid conversion | Photofying

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