Film Camera Week for April 6

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 5, 2018.

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    The Omni Hotel. Nikon F100. 28-70 3.5 4.6 on Foma 200 stand developed in Tmax for 45minutes.

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    Harley. Same info as above

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    Mural in the Alley. Again same info.
     
  2. A closer view of the abandoned car in the woods from last week. I wasn't to resize since my netbook doesn't have any image editing capability. I think the focal length was a bit too long, but I should have another with the 135mm f2.8 Celtic over the weekend. I think it is better suited for the distance.
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    old car again, Minolta XE with Tamron Adaptall 200mm f3.5 Ilford HP5+
     
  3. Fed-2 / Jupiter-8, Kentmere 100, OA & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k18-027-032 ces5 bc 4x6.jpg
     
  4. Still no sign of real spring here. Just weeks of cloudy rain and dull light. However, finally got out to finish a roll of FP4+ which has been sitting in the Contax RTSII for a month or so. Results very drab, as expected. Here are a couple of the least offensive. CZJp Distagon 35/2.8 dev. in Rodinal (1+100) 1 Hour Semi-Stand. Wet-scanned on BSH/V700.

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    LOW TIDE MORNING.

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    BEACH LOG 2.

     
  5. A few images involving the Topcon Unirex leaf shutter "Wink Mirror" SLR. The colour ones were shot using the standard 50mm UV Topcor f/2 lens, and the B&W using the 135mm UV Topcor f/4. Colour film was Fuji Superia 200, while the monochrome was Kentmere 100 developed in ID11. All scans from an Epson V700 Photo using Silverfast SE software.

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    Abandoned School

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    The Pet

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    Birch

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  6. 2k18-027-027 ces5 bc 4x6.jpg Several more from last Sunday's trip thru the Market. Same data as the picture above. Aloha, Bill
     
  7. 2k18-027-047 ces10 bc 4x6.jpg Good source of Vit C !
     
  8. After a long hiatus from this site, I am back :). Great to see all the familiar names, and a few new ones, with a range of wonderful images!
    Here are a few from a Robot Royal mod III and Fuji C200 film.

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  9. Good to see you back! I've missed your graphic style.
     
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  10. Thank you, Rick!
     
  11. Until I scan some more recent film a few from my archives.
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    not sure which beach now, but remember it was my Konica Auto S2 with Kodacolor II, around 1975 or 75

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    Dad editing super movies, Konica Auto S2. Sunpak 311, likely Kodacolor II, late 70's
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    neighborhood girls posing by my 1969 Mustang, Konica Auto S2. Kodacolor II, probably around 1976
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    reading a card, Minolta XE-5 with 50mm f1.7 Rokkor-X. High Speed Ektachrome rated at 400, home processed in Unicolor kit
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    Mom and younger brother, Mamiya Sekor 1000 TL, 55mm f1.4, Kodachrome II, about 1974
     
  12. Ignore this
     
  13. Thought some of those I posted looked better converted to BW B5AA4F87-8850-411C-8B39-EE122C2E8078.jpeg 97C16374-872A-4EAC-B32D-E78CF277C614.jpeg F3F7759C-96E9-486E-A27E-B5083D2A744B.jpeg
     
  14. As soon as I saw the Mustang I knew it was yours
     
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  16. 70's color....That picture of your Dad with the Super 8 brings back tons of memories. I have boxes of those little white and blue reels of film. Dad used to have a reel to reel hand crank splicer with a lighted viewer. Fascinated me as a kid.
     
  17. Yes, Donald. It was my first car that I owned. I bought it from a local guy for $950 (mostly saved from mowing yards). Yes, my 2012 is faster, more economical, handles better and brakes better, but it'd still be fun to have both.
    Moving on- we were big movie makers. After video became more affordable my dad would transfer home movies to VHS. I still have all his old Super 8 and regular 8 movies, most of them spliced onto 200' and 400' reels. My favorite movie camera was a Yashica that could do dissolves.
     
  18. A recent photo with my Mamiya 645e and Ektar. Film was lab processed and scanned on my V600. Old Pinnacles Trail at Pinnacles National Park.



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  19. Donald,
    I agree. Well done.
    Tony
     
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    My father insisted on having a Kodak 16 mm camera but never purchased a projector so we would crowd around a film so,ice and hand crank it. It loaded with a film cartridge. I still have it but do not know what to do with it. I had a 2005 Mustang gt but realized there was no place to really enjoy it so I got a more pedestrian car
     
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