Film Camera Week for August 27

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Aug 26, 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 shots from a roll of Kentmere 100 that I processed and scanned earlier this week. The camera was the Konica Auto S 1.6 that I posted an image of in the "What Cameras are you using this weekend" thread. Also have some color that I had processed at Dwaynes. Camera for the color noted in caption.
    All images btw, where done using the Konica's shutter priority autoexposure.
    local church in late afternoon with orange filter
    landscaping with mid day light
    hard to resist photographing a motorcycle
    flowers, Pentax ZX-7 with 50mm f 2.8 macro, Fuji Superia 200
    Christmas tree detail, same gear (I had this film for a while before processing)
    restaurant interior (Anthony's in West Point), Rollei B35
    One more
    Court Street in West Point, Pentax Spotmatic F, 50mm f 1.4 SMC Takumar, Fuji Superia 200
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.

    pictured in color before, but this wall looks less faded in black & white
    Some of my pictures got out of sequence and may or may not match the captions.
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2021
  2. Socks, 1985. Nikon FM2n. 2021 D 2 3575.jpg
  3. Rose, 1985. 2021 D 2 3576.jpg Hasselblad 500c.
  4. Boat and stone wall, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut.(1985). Hasselblad 500c. 2021 D 2 3578.jpg
  5. Sail and cordage, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut. (1985). Hasselblad 500c. 2021 D 2 3579.jpg
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  6. Beautiful wood boat, Mystic Seaport, Connecticut. (1985). Hasselblad 500c. Today's pictures from darkroom prints copied with Nikon D800 and Zeiss Otus 85/1.4. 2021 D 2 3580.jpg
    , MarcelRomviel, luis triguez and 3 others like this.
  7. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Last two in series from the Kiev-19, Ektar 100. Lenses as noted.

    1) MC Helios-81 50/2

    Brakes & Mufflers, Kiev-19 MC Helios-81 50 f2.jpg

    Tire Shop #1
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  8. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    2) MC Jupiter-37AM 135/3.5

    Tires & Lawyers, Kiev-19 MC Jupiter37AM 135 3.5.jpg

    Tire Shop #2
  9. From about 5-6 years ago. Home developed Velvia 50. Camera unknown.

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    Canon VL2 (rangefinder camera) with Canon 35mm f/2.8 (interestingly, for me, a Gauss design)
  11. Some from a Nikon F-801 fitted with the unusual 75-240mm Nikkor 4.5-5.6D lens. The film was Ilford Delta 400 developed in PMK Pyro.

    Eastside #6

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    Eastside #2 Eastside.jpg

    Look for Brains

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    Morning at the Cabin

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  12. Pentax KX with TMX 400 in Pyro HD. Wrong film for a dull cloudy day. Here's a sample Threesome.

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    "Someone's Knocking at the Door.........."

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  13. Here are a few from a Minolta XD-7, trying out a newly-acquired Tamron Adaptall II 28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 lens (Model 44A). The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro.

    @ Ernst and Ginny's

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    The Cloud

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    The Net #8

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    Oak copy.jpg

  14. Oops! I don't know quite how the extra image arrived above...My apologies! Perhaps some kind Admin will remove it...
  15. Great results from the 28-70, Rick. Tamron both back in the Adaptamatic days to the last Adaptall II series really made some good lenses. We sold the original Adaptalls at the family camera shop, but by the time the Adaptall II came out we were selling Soligor and Sigma along with the budget lines from camera makers (like the Yashica YUS and Minolta Celtic). The first Tamron lens I owned was the Adaptall 85-210 f 4.5. Generally a good performer, although the 210 got a bit soft if used with a teleconverter. The 38-100 f 3.8 was a beast which was sharp enough, but had more barrel distortion at the 38mm end than I cared for.
    Good start to the thread, everyone. Looking forward to seeing more images. If any of you live in areas that will be affected by Hurricane Ida please stay safe.
  16. 016CMC Ayuda Papá Niño Orinando Pis-CanonFT-Hanimex135.jpg
    Canon FT. Hanimex 135. Tri-X 400. D-76 (straight). 8' at 20ºC

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    Canon FT. Canon FL 55. Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 11' at 20ºC

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    Canon FT. Hanimex 135. Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 11' at 20ºC​
  17. Luis, great traditional 35 mm! Really appreciate you listing development parameters. These are always of interest to those seeking ideas on other films and their development. You have influenced me to do the same in future and hope other members will follow. Thank you.
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  18. Mike Gammill said:
    Thanks, Mike. As you've probably observed, I'm a great fan of Tamron lenses, and some are truly exceptional. Oddly enough, I've just taken a break from some floral photography using the beautiful little SP 35-80mm f/2.8-3.8 (Model 01A), which I know you rather like. For sheer ease of use, colour rendition, background effects and sharpness, I think it's in a class of it's own. Here's a sample, hot off the press and pretty much straight out of the camera.


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  19. DL-007_Afscheidhuis.jpg DL-009_Pick up.jpg DL-011_Op de bank.jpg DL-012_Wolken.jpg
    Fuji DL100 Kodak Double X

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