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Lexington 35mm shots - final scans
I received the Lexington tower lightning negative scans back from the pro lab here in town, and here are the results:
New scans: Click thumbnails to enlarge
Compare the above scans to the one-hour machine prints:
Original prints: Click thumbnails to enlarge
These were shot on Kodak 200 speed print film on a Pentax K1000 SLR, at F8 with a 28mm wide-angle lens. Exposure times ranged from 45 to 120 seconds.
To prove the number of hits to the towers, here are the two strikes caught on video that occured before I got the 35mm camera set up. The eleventh strike happened before I got the first video camera up, and unfortunately was not captured.
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