Shooting the T70

Discussion in 'Film Photography' started by ComfortablyBlind, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. ComfortablyBlind

    ComfortablyBlind New Member

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    Equipment:
    Canon; FTb, AE-1 Program, AV-1, EOS ELAN ii, EOS Rebel,
    2 X 50mm FD lenses, 70-210 1:4 FD lens, EOS 35-80mm 1:4-5.6 kit lens.
    Ever expanding
    So, I went out shooting my, new to me, Canon T70 after work last Friday. Ran a whole roll, and most of a second, of 100TMAX. We, the wife and I, found this cute little old
    cemetery buy PineVeiw reservoir here in Utah.
    What a great little camera, Ended up shooting mostly in auto, but did play with manual. When I get my film back, (probably next Thursday) I will post a few. If the photos turn out at all. 57180235_2607612612601778_3160067590131286016_o.jpg
     

  2. Craig Sherriff

    Craig Sherriff Active Member Site Supporter

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    Location:
    Tasmania, Australia
    Equipment:
    60D, 10D, 50D 1dmark3, T70, AV1, lenses ranging from 28mm to 600 mm, Mamaya C3 and 3 lens sets, Pentax MG and various lenses
    The T70 is a lovely camera with heaps of cheap but good lenses available and it is not weighted down with dodats or excessive buttons, just a nice simple camera.
     
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  3. ComfortablyBlind

    ComfortablyBlind New Member

    Joined:
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    Equipment:
    Canon; FTb, AE-1 Program, AV-1, EOS ELAN ii, EOS Rebel,
    2 X 50mm FD lenses, 70-210 1:4 FD lens, EOS 35-80mm 1:4-5.6 kit lens.
    Ever expanding
    I love the fact that all my lenses from my AE-1 Program, AV-1, and FTb fit it. And yes, good lenses are quite affordable in the FD mount.
     

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