Film Camera Week for December 4

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Dec 3, 2020.

  1. Greetings all, and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. As always, tech data welcome and location where applicable. I'll start with some images from a roll of Kentmere 100 that I processed and scanned earlier in the week. Camera was Minolta SRT SCII. This was one of the last SRT models made. This model did not have CLC metering, but instead had a single CDS cell in the finder. Lens noted in caption.

    shed at Clay County (West Point) Co-op. Sigma 24mm f 2.8 and deep yellow filter
    fence near Co-op, same lens
    old building late afternoon in Pheba, MS. Minolta Celtic 35mm f 2.8 MD
    edge of shopping center in Barnes Crossing area, same lens as previous picture
    shady side of unknown building, Barnes Crossing, same lens as previous photo
    That's all for now. Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Bear Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park. (1972). Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2020 D 5 3452.jpg
  3. Nymph Lake Rocky Mountain National Park. (1972). Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 88mm f2.8 lens. 2020 D 5 3454.jpg
  4. Windmill Texas Panhandle. (1972). Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2020 D 5 3455.jpg
  5. Aspens Grand Tetons National Park. (1972). Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2020 D 5 3456.jpg
  6. Rafts on Snake River, Grand Tetons National Park. My wife and I took an all day float trip. (1972). Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2020 D 5 3459.jpg
  7. A new to me Minox ML , which had faulty shutter , but I did successfully repaired it and very happy with this little camera performance.

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  8. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Taking a cue from the recent Argus thread, here are two test photos from an Argus C4 I cleaned up and re-sold this summer. Didn't make any money on the deal, but did enjoy trying out the camera. Cintar 50/2.8 lens. Fujicolor 200 film, processed locally.

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    Last edited: Dec 3, 2020
  9. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Sunflowers & Fence, Argus C4.jpg

    Sunflowers & Fence
  10. Some from a Canon T90 with the 35-70mm Canon FD f/4 lens. The film was Arista EDU Ultra 200 developed in PMK Pyro.



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    Old Town : Le Coiffeur

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    Toyo Field 45A, 120 mm lens. Delta 100 shot at 50 and developed in Rodinal stand 1-100 for 1 hour. F16 and 1 second.
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    009CMC Vendedor de Ajos-Chinchón N50 f8 1-250.jpg Nikon F. Nikkor-S 50. Tri-X 400. 1/250 at f8. D-76 (1:1) 9' 45" at 20ºC. Sepia with PS
  13. Hi folks. Still getting pix out there from my last batch of photos. These scans came in Oct 21 but I have 9 more rolls of film in the lab as we speak so should have some new stuff before too awful long. I checked back a ways trying to avoid any reposts but if I missed something, please forgive me. Been shooting a lot of color film this summer- mostly Cinestill 50D in 35mm (seen here), which I am really liking, and also a fair amount of Fuji Provia 100f in 120 (next photo) which I find to be just stunning, if not somewhat unforgiving at times. Overall, I am loving the results from both film stocks.

    35mm shots from the Voigtlander R3m with either the 40mm f1.4 Nokton Classic or the 50mm f3.5 Heliar lenses. MF shots with Hasselblad 500c and the lovely 250mm Sonnar.




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    Olympus 35SP and Tri-X in D76.

  15. Some from a Nikon F90X with a Nikon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5D lens. The film was Ilford Delta 400 developed in PMK Pyro.




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  16. Streetart in Hilversum Netherlands
    Pentax espio Kodak Ultramax 400
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    Pentina, first models 1961
  18. More street art from Hilversum
    Pentax espio Kodak Ultramax 400

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