Film Camera Week for July 3

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jul 2, 2020.

  1. Greetings all and welcome to our new thread, Post all the images you like from any film camera. I'll start with a few from a roll of Kentmere 100 that I processed and scanned yesterday. Camera was Minolta SRT 101. Lens noted in caption,
    Jackson Street in Starkville late afternoon, Minolta Celtic MC 28mm f 3.5, K2 filter
    looking south on Jackson St. Same lens and filter.
    The Celtic 28mm f 3.5 isn't any lighter than some of the f 2.8 versions, but it does balance well on the SRT. This one has an original metal lens cap.
    window prism, 100mm f 3.5 MD Macro, tripod
    After rain started I decided to finish up the film with some close focus shots.
    listened to music for a few minutes in vehicle while waiting for rain to stop, same lens, cropped. I must apologize for the dust, but this vehicle (a 2001 Chrysler Town & Country) doesn't get used much.
    one of the cat food dishes, same lens, tripod
    I'll have more images over the weekend. Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. LeConte Creek, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. (1990).Zone VI 4x5 view camera and 210mm lens. Silver print copied with Nikon D800. 2020 D 1 3310.jpg
  3. Leconte Creek, GSMNP. (1990). 4X5 with 120mm lens. Solver print. 2020 D 1 3311.jpg
  4. John Oliver Cabin, Cades Cove, GSMNP. (1990). Zone VI 4x5 view camera with 210mm lens, Silver print. 2020 D 1 3312.jpg
  5. Peregrine Ridge, GSMNP. (1990). 4x5 view camera, silver print. 2020 D 1 3315.jpg
  6. View from Newfound Gap, GSMNP. (1990). Zone VI View camera 4x5. Silver print. 2020 D 1 3317.jpg
  7. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Last two from the Agat 18k 1/2 frame, ColorPlus 200.

    There is some misinformation online that the Agat's Industar-104 28/2.8 lens is a triplet design. However, I confirmed from disassembling a parts body that it is a 4-element Tessar type, not surprising given its sharpness.

    Ditch Trail, Agat 18k.jpg

    Ditch Trail
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2020
  8. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

  9. Some from a Canon T90 with a 35-70mm Tamron Adaptall II lens, the CF Macro f/3.5 (Model 17A). The film was Kentmere 100 developed in Pyrocat HD.


    Indian copy.jpg


    St Andrews.jpg




    100 copy.jpg


    Seat copy.jpg


    Structural copy.jpg

  10. Tuesday had me trekking into Honolulu for another med appointment, so the Kiev-4 / Jupiter-8 was stashed in the backpack. UFX 400 & Hypercat. V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k20-061-008 ces10 bc bm.jpg
  11. T50-013_Ferrari.jpg
    T50 FD 28 mm f2.8 AGFA Portrait 160
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    Olympus OM2, 100mm f2.8 Zuiko, and Porta 800.
  13. soap bubbles
    004CMC Vendedor Pompas de Jabón-Rastro Sun28.jpg

    012CMC Limpiabotas y Soldado Sun28.jpg
    Canon FTb. Sun 28. Tri-X 400 (both pictures)
  14. Concord, MA, back in 1980. Ektachrome slide, Pentax K-1000 with 50/2 lens. I miss slides.

  16. Here are a few from a Konica SII with the 48mm Konishiroku Hexanon f/2 lens. The film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Pyrocat HD.

    Alley #6

    Alley #6 copy.jpg

    Sign of the Times

    Sign of the Times copy.jpg

    Solstice #11

    Solstice #11 copy.jpg


    1931 copy.jpg


    Waiting copy.jpg

  17. Airshow queen NC17334 during a short stop at AA's Maintenance and Engineering Base in Tulsa, Oklahoma for some free maintenance. She is the oldest DC-3 still flying.

    Canon EF with concave FD 35/2.0, Fujichrome Provia. April, 2011

    DC-3, 12:2016.png

    DC-3, 3 copy.png

    DC-3, 12:2016..png

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