Film Camera Week for April 16

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. Greetings, all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. Tech data and location if you have it. I did not process any film this week so I'm pulling some older images, I plan to process and scan some film over the next new days.
    Herbert Hall at Mississippi State, Rolleicord III, Plus-X
    Youngest son holding Pearl, Fujica GS 645 S, flash, Plus-X
    restored area in Big Creek, MS. Mamiya 645E, 55mm f 2.8, Panatomic-X Professional (FXP)
    Remus near drapes, Maxxum 8000i, Maxxum 100-200, 3500 XI flash, Tri-X
    tank, Maxxum 8000i with Tamron 24-70, Tri-X
    One more
    sidewalk display, Minolta SRT 101 with Sigma 90mm f 2.8 macro
    That's all for now. I look forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Winter tree. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35/1.4, Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Kodak 400TX or Tri-x. 2021 ab&w 3 21.jpg
  3. Remodeled theater for new business. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 105.2.5 ais. Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Tri-x. 2021 ab&w 3 28.jpg
  4. Sign. Nik 2021 ab&w 3 31.jpg on FM2n, Nikkor 105/2.5 ais, Tiffen #12, Tri-x.
  5. Rex looking back toward downtown. 2021 ab&w 3 33.jpg
  6. City hall with new state flag. Nik 2021 ab&w 3 35.jpg on FM2n, Nikkor 35mm f1.4 lens, Tiffen #12, Tri-x.
  7. Six from a Minolta Alpha (Dynax) 7 with a Minolta 24-105mm f/3.5-4.5 lens. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro. From a "New Topographics" series I'm working on.


    Cloud copy.jpg


    Pippilou's copy.jpg

    Service Lanes #2

    Service Lanes #2 copy.jpg

    Service Lanes #7

    Service Lanes #7 copy.jpg

    Service Lanes #4

    Service Lanes #4 copy.jpg

    Service Lanes #6

    Service Lanes #6 copy.jpg

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  8. I picked up a beautiful Nikkormat FT3 . Brings my Nikkormat collection to 5. Lens used was a Nikon 28mm ais 2.8 and the film was Arista edu 100 developed in Rodinal 1/100 semi stand for 30 minutes. (10 agitations at 10 minute intervals.)

    woods path 28mm edu 100 rod 1-100 30 min.jpg

    brook edge 28mm edu 100 rod 1-100 30 min.jpg

    dead tree 28mm foma 100 rodinal 1-100 30 min.jpg

    brookview 28mm foma 100 rodinal 1-100 30 min.jpg

    tree monster 28mm edu 100 rod 1-100 30 min.jpg
  9. 026CMC Autobús Dos Pisos-YashicaMinisterD-Yashinon4,5cm.jpg

    027CMC Discovery-Támeses Yashica MinisterD.jpg

    028CMC The George Pub-London Yashica MinisterD.jpg
    Yashica Minister D. Yashinon 4.5 cm. Tri-X rated at ISO 640. Paterson Acutol FX-14 (1:10) 9' at 20ºC​
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  10. Fed-3 / Jupiter-8, UFX 400, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k21-017-025 ces5 bc bm 4x6.jpg
  11. Palace complex at Gondar, Ethiopia

    Nikkormat FTn
  12. Tested a custom replacement dark slide for a Horseman 9x12 roll film holder on my Speed Graphic last wednesday.


    Only frame that wasn't spoiled by the light leaking in through the bad seal. (fixed now)
  13. I had a bit of fun shooting with Exakta-mount German glass on my Canon F-1n via Canon's Lens Converter E. All images Ilford Delta 100.

    Zeiss 58 f2 Biotar
    BR Delta100 m 005.jpg
    Zeiss 50 f3.5 Tessar. I've had this lens for probably three decades now and these are the first images I've made with it. They won't be the last.
    BR Delta100 m 017.jpg Meyer 35 f4.5 Primagon
    BR Delta100 m 033.jpg
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  14. Damn I am looking at the detail on the front tire of your first shot. Not sure I’ve seen better detail from 35mm before. That must be one fine lens.
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  15. It really is a lovely lens and justly famous. The Delta 100 certainly doesn't hurt any, either. I really enjoy the results from all three lenses I used as they each have such distinct character. The Tessar surprised me as I've previously shot with the f2.8 version before and it was just "ok".
  16. Some from a Zenza Bronica S2a using the Nikkor-Q 135mm f/3.5 lens. The film was Ilford HP5 Plus developed in PMK Pyro

    No Access

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    Minimal copy.jpg




    Outhouse copy.jpg


    Stacks copy.jpg

  17. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Two more taken last May with Kowa H, Kodak ProImage 100.

    Blue Moon, Kowa H.jpg

    Shop 1
  18. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

  19. Great beginning to our thread. A few from a while back to keep things going. I used a Pentax Spotmatic F with 35mm f 3.5 SMC (IIRC) with Plus-X

    park bridge
    lone tree in front of fence
  20. The Biotars and their Soviet copies (not to mention all the others that owe at least something to them) are superb.
    Burt Keppler, the giant in the photo magazines, loved this lens too:
    Biotar Keppler.jpeg
    Top is the Biotar, bottom the 2006 Nikkor version.

    A tragic story of an early one at Biotar 58mm f/2.0 in M40 mount (Praktiflex)
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