Well anyway for the first time last week I was able to shoot some 6x6 square images, both from an old Rolleiflex TLR and a Hasselblad 500c/m. The Rollei I was testing for a friend and the Hasselblad is a camera that I bought to resell. I had a lot of fun with the Rollei, and I'm hoping to get one. The Hasselblad, well I absolutely hated that camera. It just didn't gel with me. Too complicated to bother. I'd rather have a TLR.
Here are a selection of images, first from the Rollei. These were shot on Delta 3200 film. I scanned these with my Nikon D800E because my scanner is not currently hooked up and I didn't feel like messing with it. Also I left the film border mostly because I'm lazy:
And here is some shots from the Hasselblad. These I took with a roll of Shanghai GP3 film that I was given. I developed it in XTOL. They look pretty good considering. I also let the DSLR do an auto white-balance which gave them so color, which I liked. These were taken around the VSU campus at night:
The Hasselblad photos are obviously technically better (it helps I was using a 100-speed film and a tripod) but the Rollei was so much more fun to shoot. Hopefully I can find one at a decent price.