[Darkroom] Any experience with the Nishika N8000?
shalaco at gmail.com
Thu May 24 23:05:23 PDT 2012
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hope you have fun shooting on the ultra hipster Nashika N8000.
Below is what I have found with my experience w/ it.
Takes 4 frames on two standard frames per shot.
Scanning yourself is a pain because the registration isn't the standard
size between the sets of images.
Shoot in bright light. Shutter feels less than 1/60th. Subjects tend to
blur if not still.
Looks best with a central subject about 6-8 feet away(look at faux digital
display for their suggestions), doesn't work as well with converging lines.
Lenticular printing is one of the most technically challenging/frustrating
processes I have worked with.
Wise to stick with GIF's.
Lenticular of frank chu http://www.lenticulations.com/index.html#10
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On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 7:15 AM, Doc Pop <yoyogenius at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was thinking about shooting a roll on the 3D camera in the darkroom. I
> was wondering if anyone had any experience with it they'd like to share. Is
> it working normally? Is there anywhere in particular I should send it to
> get developed/scanned? I was thinking about shooting a roll of 400 color.
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