Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Oct 1, 2020.
Canon FT. Canon FL 55. Tri-X rated at ISO 640. Paterson Acutol FX-14 (1:10) 9' at 20ºC
Some from a Minolta Alpha 807si with a 35-70mm Minolta f/4 lens. The film was Ilford Delta 400 developed PMK Pyro.
Fowls Can Be Flowers
A couple more from the PanF+ roll. This time with the Pentax SMC 135/2.8.
Pan F is lovely, but yeah, the contrast... I'm going to try shooting my next roll at ISO 25 and then adjust development accordingly. We'll see how that works.
I don't know what your agitation regime is, but try reducing the frequency/vigour. It's a major factor contributing to contrast.
Pardon my abysmal ignorance James, what is B+W 022.
Here you go:
B + W 67mm 022 MultiCoated Filter, Medium Yellow 8
Ah yes, starting out in photography as I was, that and Wild Strawberries changed my whole perception of B&W imaging, forever. Bergman was truly a master of the monochrome genre.
B+W is a German brand of filters. 022 is their designation for a medium yellow filter of #8 equivalent. I like them because they are high quality filters and easy to clean with Zeiss alcohol lens wipes. I mention that it is a medium yellow filter on the first picture I post when it is used and then get lazy about typing.
Nikon F - Hidden gems .
Sound quite like mine.. RF is broken, the meter is dead...and I recall a comment; somebody noted, every Lynx14 he'd ever seeen has a dented filter ring...mine too ..but shutter and aperture work just fine
Crop of 6x6 EDU 400 negative from my Isolette 3 folder. Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
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