Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Dec 31, 2020.
Welta Perle Xenar 3.9/100 Ilford Delta 100
Here's some more from the Kodak Colorplus 200 roll, shot on my Nikon FG, Vivitar 28 mm/2.8 lens. Baby (my Black & White Tuxedo girl). In Silhouette. f2.8, 1/30 second, handheld at that (Cerebral Palsy played nice long enough for me to get away with this shot).
For the 5th
Kiev II Helios 103 1.8/53 Kodak Tmax 100
For the 7th
Rank Mamiya Komitar 2.8/40
For the 8th. Minolta Dynax A7 : Tamron 28-200mm f/3.8-5.6 Aspherical : Ilford Delta 400 : PMK Pyro
For the 9th
Fujica 35 SE Fujinon 1.8/45 Ilford HP5+ 400
Time to catch up. This one makes up for the 10th.
crow on street light, XTSI with 35-70, Kentmere 100, cropped, tinted and grain added
No one's spoken for the 11th
an image cropped and tinted, Maxxum XTSI with 35-70 f 4
For the 12th. Zenit 412LS, CZJ Tessar 50/2.8, Fujicolor 200.
For the 13th
Yashica D Illford HP5 plus rescanned
For the 14th. Pentax Super A : 35-70mm SMC Pentax f/4 : Ilford FP4 Plus : PMK Pyro
15th and 16th got missed. Here's an image I actually took on the 15th after an overnight round of freezing rain and sleet.
Sitting behind wheel of Chrysler Town & Country van. Windshield is completely covered by ice. Minolta XE-5 with 28mm MD Celtic f 2.8, Kentmere 100
The 16th is still up for grabs.
Oh well, as nobody seem to want the 16th, here's something a little warmer than Mike's pic...Minolta Dynax A7 : Tamron 28-200mm f/3.8-5.6 Aspherical : Ilford Delta 400 : PMK Pyro
Socks in the Shade
Nice image, Rick. That horse wouldn't be happy with the temperatures we're having in my area. Tamron got things right with its 28-200 zooms. My first was the original in Maxxum mount and only focused to about 1/10 life size. I got the dedicated close up lens for it. I have the later Adaptall model of the lens which did focus much closer. Finally, I have the compact XR series (62mm filter) in Pentax mount. It was sold under the Promaster brand so I picked it up near mint for a song.
Mike Gammill said:
You're quite right, Mike. I have this version in both Nikon and Minolta mounts and they are both in the "go to" class. I believe they were one of the best-selling zoom lenses in this range.
Still playing catch up. Here's one for the 17th.
back lighted (by street light) icicles, Minolta XE-5, 100mm f 3.5 MC Rokkor
For 2/18/21: Contax IIa, 35 mm f/3.5 Planar Tri-X in HC 110 dilution B
Love how that 35 3.5 Planar looks, the definition is amazing and it's so sharp. Nice image. Enjoyed seeing this so much.
Thanks--the reason I put up with some of the idiosyncrasies of the Contax is the wonderful lenses that Zeiss and Nikon made for it.
For the 19
Voigtlander Bessa 66 Heliar 3.5/75 Ilford Delta 100
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