Wine Rack with Mamiya

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    Mamiya RZ67 Pro II, 90 mm, Delta 400 in DDX.

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    Lovely!
     
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    Big negatives rule!
     
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    Excellent execution!
     
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    Thanks all :) I was actually annoyed at first with the beauty dish showing up in the image, then after looking at it I kind of liked the UFO mother-ship vibe it had.
     
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    big negatives rule. medium negatives are still pretty great.
     
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    By "big" I meant 120. Finding that my D7200+Micro-Nikkor 40/2.8g works nicely for 120 scans.
     
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    But that still chokes you to 24mp and the resolution of the lens. If you ever get a chance to make an actual wet print, you'll see the difference.
     
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    That's unlikely, so no point going there. Those 24mp and lens+a pro printed inkjet don't produce shameful results.
     
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    Then why not just take the original shot with the D7200 and 40mm lens?
     
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    while @cgw would probably be better off with a high quality scanner, "why not just shoot it with the DSLR" seems like a pretty weird conclusion.
     
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    How so? Isn't that the weakest link in the chain?

    120 film can easily be scanned to create 150mp+ files. I shoot 6x7 and routinely make 160 to 170mp files. Let me know if there's a DSLR that can match that.

    Plus, I'm not comparing scan technologies. I'm comparing it to paper & chemicals & red light bulbs.
     

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