Film Camera Week for July 10

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jul 9, 2020.

  1. Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. As always tech information and location are always welcome. I'll start with some scans from a roll of Kentmere 100 that I processed earlier in the week. I used HC110 dilution H and scanned on Epson V600.
    "green space" between buildings in West Point, Minolta XE with Minolta MD 24-50.
    chair in window display, same location and gear
    closed, same location and gear
    to go window for those who do not wish to dine in, same gear
    some still prefer to have prescriptions brought to them rather than go inside, same gear
    Most of the time I trust the metering of the XE to give accurate exposures. Like the SRT it shares the CLC metering pattern. Sometimes it is fooled by darker areas at sides of frames.
    I had to darken water tank in post processing as the trees caused a slower shutter speed to be set. Lens used was a Celtic 100-200 f 5.6. The XE has an exposure compensation dial but I find it easier to select shutter speed manual and set above or below recommended speed.
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Trailside view Alum Cave Bluffs Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA, 2004. Hasselblad 501CM, 50/4 Zeiss Distagon, Velvia 100F. 2004 B 41 9.jpg
  3. View from Inspirations Point, Alum Cave Bluffs Trail, GSMNP 2004. Hasselblad 501CM, 180/4 Zeiss Sonnar, Velvia 100F. 2004 B 10 10.jpg
  4. Alum Cave Bluffs, GSMNP, 2004. Hasselblad 501CM, 80/2.8 Zeiss Planar, Velvia 100F. 2004 B 42 8.jpg
  5. Near Alum Cave Bluffs, GSMNP, 2004. Hasselblad 501CM, Hasselblad 501CM, 80/2.8 Zeiss Planar, Velvia 100F. 2004 B 42 6.jpg
  6. View from Alum Cave Bluffs, GSMNP, 2004. Hasselblad 501CM, 80/2.8 Zeiss Planar, Velvia 100F. 2004 B 42 9.jpg
  7. Cropped image, Wildwood NJ, Oct 2019
    Hasselblad 500cm, Zeiss 80mm Planar, Kodak Portra 160

  8. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Some test photos taken with the Soligor EC 28/2.8 lens on a Miranda RE-II, featured a few weeks ago in the "What Camera(s) Are You Using?" thread. Kodak ProImage 100 film.

    Pleasantly surprised with this lens--not only is it sharp but colors are nicely saturated, with vivid blues.

    Parking, Miranda RE II Soligor EC 28 2.8.jpg

    Last edited: Jul 9, 2020
  9. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Visitor Info, Miranda RE II Soligor EC 28 2.8.jpg

    Visitor Info
  10. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Sculpture, Miranda RE II Soligor EC 28 2.8.jpg

  11. From a few years back, Yuba County California Sunset

    Pentax MX, 40/2.8 SMC-M "Pancake," Kodachrome 64

  12. Kiev-4 / Jupiter-8, UFX 400, Hypercat & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k20-061-006 ces10 bc bm.jpg
  13. Some from a Minolta XD-7 with a Tamron Adaptall II SP 28-80mm F/3.5-4.2 (Model 27A). I'm beginning to like this camera / lens combination. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in Pyrocat HD.


    Concentration copy.jpg


    Curious copy.jpg


    Display copy.jpg

    Girly Girls

    Girly Girls copy.jpg

    The One Dollar Box

    The One Dollar Box copy.jpg

    Wine by the Glass

    Wine by the Glass copy.jpg

  14. Finished a roll of Kentmere 400 in a Voigtländer today so no new photos yet.
    Scanned a b&w film from my archive used a Minolta Himatic 7S film has no markings of make on it.
    Zandvoort 2013
  15. 1BCE6E51-7001-4B04-9CB3-4DE80969BA67.jpeg Canine side eye. Nikon S2 with 5.0cm f1.4 Nikkor; Tri-X in D76.
  16. Chinchón town square (Madrid)
    001CMC Plaza-Chinchón N50 f8 1-250.jpg

    004CMC Restaurante-Chinhón N50 f8 1-250.jpg

    005CMC Plaza-Chinchón N50 f8 1-250.jpg
    The three photos with Nikon F2. Nikkor-S 50. 1/250 at f8. Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 9' 45" at 20ºC​
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2020
  17. Part of the movie "Around the World in 80 Days" was filmed in this square, starring David Niven and the Mexican actor Mario Moreno (Cantinflas)
  18. A few from a Nikon F-801 with a 28-80mm AF Nikkor f/3.5-5.6D lens. The film was Arista EDU Ultra 200 developed in Pyrocat HD.

    Our little town is staging a Midwinter Christmas celebration, to get the town moving again after lockdown and to cheer us all up a little in these gloomy days. I rather like this first pic of the local primary school kids singing Christmas songs in front of the town hall, at 10.30 am on a very chilly morning. Good to see such community spirit.

    Mid-Winter Carols

    Mid-Winter Christmas copy.jpg

    Conversation Piece

    Conversation Piece copy.jpg


    Treescape copy.jpg




    Christmas copy.jpg


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