Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jan 1, 2020.
For the 4th
Daïchi Zenobia Neo Hesper 3.5/75
Welta Perle Tessar 4.5/75
For the 7th. Zenit TTL, MC Industar-61 L/Z 50/2.8, Fujicolor 200.
For the 8th
Ihagee Auto Ultrix Radionar 4.5/105
For the 10th
Voigtlander Perkeo II Skopar 3.5/80
For the 11th. Yashica 230-AF : 28-85mm Yashica Kyocera Macro f/3.5-4.5 : Arista EDU Ultra 200 : PMK Pyro. Available light, hand-held, camera braced against doorway for exposure of 1/15th @f/3.5
Nikkormat EL, Nikkor 43-86/3.5
For the 13th.
Nicca 5L, 50mm f2 Nikkor, TMY2, Rodinal semistand.
For the 14th
Nagel Vollenda 6x9 Laudar 4.5/105
Ricoh XR-10, 35-70/f3.5-4.8, Fuji C200
For the 15th: Recent victim of Covid-19. . . A fav spot of mine during Walk-abouts in Kailua. Vertical crop of 6x6 neg. Aloha, Bill
Voigtlander Vitessa Ultron 2/50
Good to see some Ricoh images, Cory. During the peak of production Ricoh offered a good feature set for the money on several models. The KR-5 Super II I think was actually made by Cosina, but it was well made for a budget camera. It was a lower cost alternative to the Pentax K1000 for photography classes. The Cosina made 35-70 f 3.5-4.8 was often sold as a kit lens labeled under the brand of camera it was sold with. Actually a pretty decent performer.
For the 17th, one from the archives.
near Gulfport, Minolta SLR (either SRT or X700), 135 end of MD 35-135 and Kodachrome 200
for the 18th
Robert, that is a very interesting photo. Without the two people off to the right to give it perspective, It looks like a path next to a four foot high wall. One would think that the stone in the foreground would be the right size for a stroller to sit upon. Or, is the perspective thrown off by the two people being much, much further off than appears in the photo?
For the 19th. Hasselblad 500CM, Zeiss 50mm f4 Distagon T*, E100, UnicolorE6.
For the 20th. Nikkormat FTn : 28mm Nikkor f/3.5 : Arista EDU Ultra 100 : PMK Pyro
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