Film Camera Week for April 9

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 8, 2021.

  1. Greetings, all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I'll start with some images that I processed and scanned earlier in the week. Camera was an Olympus OM-1 with Kentmere 100 (HC110 dilution H). Lens noted in description.
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    downtown Tupelo, 35mm f 2.8 Zuiko
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    lunch (same lens)
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    close focus limit of the 35 Zuiko
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    interior wall at Kermit's (same lens)
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    house and road at edge of Mississippi State campus, 35-105 f 3.5-4.5 Zuiko
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    alley in West Point, 35-105
    One more
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    new road (Mississippi State) to connect Campus Trails apartments to campus, 75-150 f 4 Zuiko
    That's all for now. I look forward to seeing everyone's images.
     
  2. Front yard from road with sun out after ice storm. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35/1.4 ais, Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Kodak 400TX. 2021 ab&w 3 1.jpg
     
  3. Frozen pond. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35/1.4 ais, Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Tri-X. 2021 ab&w 3 2.jpg
     
  4. Thawing intersection. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35/1.4 ais, Tiffen #12, Kodak Tri-x. 2021 ab&w 3 7.jpg
     
  5. Thawing road. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 35/1.4, Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Kodak 400TX. 2021 ab&w 3 9.jpg
     
  6. Downed power line. Nikon Fm2n, Nikkor 35/1.4 ais, Tiffen #12, Kodak 400TX. 2021 ab&w 3 11.jpg
     
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    Franka Rolfix, Schneider 105mm f/4.5 Radionar, Fomapan 100
     
  8. Ever get the feeling your being Watched ? ? 2k21-021-022 ces5 bm.jpg . . . Fed-3 / Jupiter-8, UFX 400 @ 250, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
     
  9. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Same old subject matter, different camera. :) Taken last May with Kowa H, Kodak ProImage 100.

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  10. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

  11. Nikkormat FTn, 50mm F2 Ai on Foma 200 developed in Microphen straight for 6 minutes. Conditions were gloomy so most shots were at F2.8 -5,6 shutter speeds 1/60-1/125.
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  12. Here are some from a first film through an Olympus OM-2n using a 28-80mm Tamron Adaptall II SP f/3.5-4.5 lens. The film was Kentmere 100 developed in PMK Pyro.

    Bunting

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    Discussion

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    Oak

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    Bunting #3

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    Patience

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    Tristesse

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    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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  14. Really great response on the first day of the new thread. Impressive. Most impressive.
    Looking forward to see more images as the thread continues.
     
  15. Over the long Easter weekend one of our local towns adopted a "British" theme to attract shoppers and tourists. I was surprised to find this old Rolls-Royce parked in the busy main street, in front of one of the hotels with the traffic whizzing past. I think it's a Rolls-Royce "Light 20" from a total production run of 40 cars dating back to 1904-06 and, if so, it's one of the three surviving examples, worldwide. Amazing, what one finds in small New Zealand towns.

    The camera was the Olympus OM-4 with a 135mm Olympus E.Zuiko Auto-T f/3.5 lens and the film was Kentmere 100 developed in PMK Pyro

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  16. Great series, Rick. I like the perspective provided by the 135mm E. Zuiko. This focal length, once so popular that it was usually the first telephoto that users added to their SLR kit, was eclipsed for many years by the popularity of telephoto zooms. Those of us here at Photo.net are giving these classics plenty of use. I currently have the following 135's: Minolta Rokkor MD 135mm f 3.5, Celtic 135mm f 2.8 MD, Tamron SP 135mm f 2.5, Sigma Mini Tele 135mm f 3.5 (MD), Soligor 135mm f 2.8 (Konica AR mount), Pentax 135mm f 3.5 (M42) and Pentax SMC A 135mm f 3.5.
    And one with autofocus: Maxxum 135mm f 2.8. Its formula is more complex than the usual 135 with its typical 4 or 5 elements. The Maxxum lens is 7 elements with internal focusing. A great lens that I should use more.
     
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    NIkkormat FTn, 50mm NIkkor, gray-day Kodachrome
     
  18. I managed to develop two rolls of 35mm . One roll was from a Contaflex Super New which the meter was way too sensitive. The one and only time I used it before the selenium meter was performing nicely and I was soo pleased. Having kept it in the Dark, maybe was a bad idea?? So like the other week with underexposed frames, the first half of the roll was off but I noticed these were way off and tried to play with the DIN but even then it was off the scale. seemed liked the more I played with it the worse it got so I just ignored it after a while. I guess if I want a metered Contaflex, the Super BC is the way to go... what to do with the other three? The other roll I shot was using the Yashica Lynx 45mm 1.7. I had ignored this for many years and it too has a meter that is shaky at best. Back in the 80s when it had the proper batteries it seemed quite ok, but the rigged copper spacers and LR44s are intermittent when not also often "wrong" . I had a yellow filter and this worked out ok . Souped both in D76 1:1 Straight scans no tweaks..

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    Contaflex Super ...the street side of the "Forum" which was an exposition hall that is now used for changing Art exhibitions


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    Contaflex Super The left or back side faces to the Rhein I referred to this last week as the Rhein Terrace. Which is often used as a Gala Dance or Dinner hall.



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    Contafles.. Ok I lied. I did lighten this one, as it was too darkk due to the underexposure. This is the TonHalle



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    Lynx 45mm 1.7 This looked better in the fuinder the pole on the right is actually the gnomon of a Sundial.


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    Lynx 45mm 1.7 A building on the Rhein promenade .. I need to read what it houses...



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    Lynx 45mm 1.7 The background building is the reginal Social Security building the foreground? . The pavilion is in front of a government admin? building


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    Lynx 45mm 1.7 This was the Mannesmann building, a regional behemoth company, now long diversified. My wife worked here for a short while before our first child.
     
  19. After seeing Rick's 135mm focal length images I decided to post a few that I've made over the years. Probably a few of these have been posted before.
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    old wagon, Ricoh KR Super II, Pentax 135mm f 3.5 SMC A, Eastman 5222
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    my sister in late 1970's, Minolta SRT 201 with MD Celtic 135mm f 2.8 (most likely Tri-X)
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    building near Flowood, MS. Minolta XE with Sigma 135mm f 3.5 Mini Tele, Tri-X
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    Walkway and shadows, Minolta SRT 101, Rokkor 135mm f 3.5, Kentmere 100
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    old house, Minolta XE, Celtic 135mm f 2.8, Ilford HP5+
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    rusted out car (a Buick I think), Minolta XE with 135mm f 2.8 MD Celtic, HP5+
    I hope to take some new photos using one of my 135's soon.
     

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