365 Day Thread for 2020

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jan 1, 2020.

  1. For the 4th
    Daïchi Zenobia Neo Hesper 3.5/75
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    Welta Perle Tessar 4.5/75
  3. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    For the 7th. Zenit TTL, MC Industar-61 L/Z 50/2.8, Fujicolor 200.

    Interpretive Trail, Zenit TTL Industar-61 LZ 50 2.8.jpg

    Interpretive Trail
  4. For the 8th
    Ihagee Auto Ultrix Radionar 4.5/105
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  5. For the 10th
    Voigtlander Perkeo II Skopar 3.5/80
    Perkeo- (7) (Copier).jpg
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  6. 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

    Village Wines

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  7. Nikkormat EL, Nikkor 43-86/3.5

  8. For the 14th
    Nagel Vollenda 6x9 Laudar 4.5/105
  9. Ricoh XR-10, 35-70/f3.5-4.8, Fuji C200

  10. 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 2k19-032-032 ces10 bc bm.jpg
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    Voigtlander Vitessa Ultron 2/50
  12. 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.
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  13. For the 17th, one from the archives.
    near Gulfport, Minolta SLR (either SRT or X700), 135 end of MD 35-135 and Kodachrome 200
  14. for the 18th
    Contax G2
  15. James G. Dainis

    James G. Dainis Moderator

    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?
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  16. For the 19th. Hasselblad 500CM, Zeiss 50mm f4 Distagon T*, E100, UnicolorE6.
  17. For the 20th. Nikkormat FTn : 28mm Nikkor f/3.5 : Arista EDU Ultra 100 : PMK Pyro


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