Film Camera Week for March 12, 2021

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Mar 11, 2021.

  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 that I processed and scanned earlier in the week.
    store front in late afternoon sun, Pentax ZX-5 with 50mm f 2 SMC A, Kentmere 100
    hardware store window, same gear
    getting ready for Easter, same gear
    glassware, same gear
    after some rain, same gear
    leftover ice, Pentax ZX-5 with Sigma 28-80, Ilford Pan F+
    One more
    last of the ice, same gear as previous image
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Trail. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 105/2.5 ais, Tiffen #12 yellow filter, Kodak TMAX 100. 2021 ab&w 1a 1.jpg
  3. Lacy. Nikon FM2n, Nikkor 105/2.5 ais, TMAX 100. 2021 ab&w 1a 8.jpg
  4. Looking through window at our first snow. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss Z 2021 ab&w 1a 10.jpg
    F25/2, B+W 010 UV filter, TMAX 100.
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  5. Snow on vineyard. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, B+W 010 UV filter, TMAX 100. 2021 ab&w 1a 13.jpg
  6. Snow in wooded back yard. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, B+W 010 UV filter, TMAX 100. 2021 ab&w 1a 15.jpg
  7. Canonet 28
  8. Kiev-4 / Jupiter-8, EDU 200 @ 125asa, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k21-014-006 ces10 bc bm.jpg
  9. Some from a Minolta XD7 with the 35-70mm Minolta MD f/3.5 lens.The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro.

    Art Meets Nature

    Art Meets Nature copy.jpg

    De Longhi

    De Longhi copy.jpg


    dN copy.jpg


    Miscellany copy.jpg

    Small Town Signage

    Smalltown Signage copy.jpg

    Tip Toes

    Tip Toes copy.jpg

  10. Ketchikan, Alaska


    Bronica ETR, 75mm f/2.8 Zenzanon MC, Kodak Tri-X Prof 320TXP, HC-110B
  11. Several from the Minolta Autocord loaded with Tmax 100 developed in Legacy pro Lmax developer.
    tmax 100 rodinal 1-50 12 minutes 2 copy2.jpg


    tmax 100 rodinal 1-50 12 minutes 2 copy.jpg
  12. I've dreamed of a 4x5 point and shoot. After much deliberation and research I found a method of calculating a hyperfocal distance in a fixed focus camera. F22 and tripod will be the rule but no dark cloths, no studying an upside down image on ground glass. Instead a small digital camera with a focal length of 40mm which comes close to the 120mm lens on the 4x5. Created today and this is the first shot. One second exposure on Tmax 100.
    home made test.jpg
  13. 001CMC Hombre Anuncio Cortejando Mujer Negra NoktonSC40.jpg

    002CMC Hombre Leyendo el Periódico NoktonSC40.jpg

    030CMC Tres Trajes Astronauta Rojo Blanco NoktonSC40.jpg

    004CMC Dos Policias de Frente Candid NoktonSC40.jpg
    the four with Leica M4-2. Voigtländer Nokton SC 40. Fuji Superia X 400 (desaturated with PS)​
  14. Excellent job, better than some view camera pictures. Good photo.
  15. Thank you James. I look forward to using this camera.
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  16. One more from the home made 4x5. Brook at the local park. 120mm lens, Tmax 100 in Rodinal stand for one hour.
    P&S tmax 100 in rodinal stand copy.jpg
  17. Some more from a Minolta XD7 with the 35-70mm Minolta MD f/3.5 lens.The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro.


    @7am copy.jpg


    Abstract copy.jpg


    Barb copy.jpg


    Frontage copy.jpg

    Just Knots

    Just Knots copy.jpg

  18. Great images, everyone. We're off to a good start on our weekly thread. My school is out for spring break this week so I will try to take more photos and catch up on processing and scanning the film I have finished.
  19. Hope this finds everyone well. Going back through my 2020 photos, this one popped out at me. It’s Film Ferrania P30, shot on my Praktica LTL 35mm camera with its Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar lens.

  20. A few more to keep things moving.
    original store sign, Minolta SRT 101, Sigma 90mm macro, Eastman 5222 (older image)
    a little more recent (last year) parking lot, Maxxum 8000i with Tamron 24-70, HP5+
    And here's one from a few days ago from a roll of HP5+ I processed and scanned yesterday
    old 45 rpm records (think of it as an "analog" playlist) Olympus IS-30
    When I was in high school I had a Sears fold down portable stereo that could stack up to 8 45rpm records, so yes, I'd call that a playlist.
    One more (another old one)
    waiting area at repair shop, Rollei 35 with HP5+

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