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    1. julia:elise 66 months ago | reply

      i love this naturey crap. i'll take it any day.

    2. sara + h 66 months ago | reply

      It's always time for naturey crap.

    3. Viv | Seattle Bon Vivant 66 months ago | reply

      feh! molly, nature is never crappy my dear.not when it is this lovely. let's make this pola a wrapping paper.

      new camera? have you finally joined us in SX-70 world? Couldn't resist, could you? xo :)

    4. Leah Reich 66 months ago | reply

      yay naturey crap! I think at least once a week is necessary, chez moi.

      (SX-70! Finally!)

    5. Molly | Orangette 66 months ago | reply

      Hi, ladies!

      This is actually my third(!!!!) SX-70, but it's the only one that has worked. I have one that was my dad's, but it's broken, and then my dad's brother Arnie gave me his, but it turned out to be broken too! Today, Brandon happened to find a third one at Goodwill and bought it on a whim, and it actually works. Good lord. Of course, I only have 3 packs of 600 film and no ND filter, but I'll enjoy it - and its wonky exposures - while I can. Whew.


    6. Viv | Seattle Bon Vivant 66 months ago | reply

      Great find Mols! Which model is it?

      Listen, you do not need an ND filter. I purchased the Japanese market ones from unsaleable.com and after spending all that $ I find i like my photos without it better. I never use them on any of my SX-70s. With practice, you'll learn how to adjust lighten/darken dial and use light or shadow to your advantage. Mazeltov!

    7. Molly | Orangette 66 months ago | reply

      It's just the regular SX-70, no Sonar. So far, I've got the lighten/darken dial all the way over toward darken, and there's not much contrast. But we'll see! I did get a pretty cute shot of Jack. He's a very good model. Except when the noisy shutter startles him. :)

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