Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jun 11, 2020.
Leica I(a) after patching the shutter curtains, Leitz 5cm f/3.5 Elmar, Fomapan 100
OK just got scans in from 5 rolls of film shot on 3 cameras, so here's. one photo from each roll. I'm sort of guessing which film for which photo won't know for certain til I see the negatives in a few days.
Wonder wheel, Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm Planar lens on Kodak Portra 160
Dehart Dam Reservoir, Clark's Valley 500cm, 80mm Planar, I THINK this is on Rollei Superpan 200
I think this is Ilford HP 5? Shot on my 1930s Voigtander Bessa 6x9 folder
Trophies, Hasselblad 500cm I believe this my be on Ilford Pan F Plus 50? 80mm Planar lens
Truck & shed, Voigtlander R3m rangefinder, 50mm f3.5 Heliar lens, I think this is on Rollei Superpan 200?
A few from my black Canon AE1 Delta 3200 @ 1600 in TMax 1--4
I am not a fan of a lot of grain so luke warm on these but a few I like.
If anyone has a good recipe for 3200 please let me know.
Just three more
Here are some from the Konica SII that I pictured in the "What camera...?" thread. The 48mm Hexanon f/2 lived up to it's reputation... The film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Pyrocat HD.
Ready to Go
Pentax Spotmatic SPII, 50mm Super Tak, Kentmere 100 processed in a 2 bath.Some tinkering in Paint Shop Pro.
Canon P Jupiter 12 Retropan 320
Minolta Himatic 7S Fuji S200
Great images, everyone. Here's a few from a while back to keep things going. These are from the Olympus OM 77AF which was Olympus' answer to the Maxxum 7000. I used the Olympus 35-70 AF lens. I think I paid about 15 USD for camera and lens.
close focus for 35-70
gate at park entrance
here’s one from the Voigtlander R3m. It was shot with Voigtlander’s 50mm Heliar f3.5 lens on Rollei Superpan 200
I processed the roll of Ilford Ortho + that I shot in my Minolta XE. I'll have that scanned in time to start the new thread later in the week. Negatives look good. The Massive Development Chart listed two times for dilution B HC110: 6' and 8', both at 68F. I used 7.5' and that seemed to work.
Another from the Voigtlander R3m, with the native 50mm f3,5 Heliar lens. Unsure of the film, either Rollei Superpan 200 or Ilford Pan F Plus 50, most likely
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