Film Camera Week for September 14

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. Great shots, everyone. Kent- the quality of the Yashica Mat with the wide angle attachment is very good.
     
  2. From some gear less modern than the Nikon Lite Touch: these from a Yashica FX-3 Super 2000, a Cosina made match diode manual camera. Essentially the same camera (with different branding) also sold as the Nikion FM-10, Vivitar V50, and Olympus OM-2000. Probably left a few out. Lens used was the Phoenix 100mm f 3.5 Macro.
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    window, FP4+
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    visiting
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    Hail State
    The Phoenix 100mm is a good match for the Yashica as both are very light.
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    wide open shot, cropped
     
  3. Here are a few pics of cars from last weekend's vintage car and train meet. I lust after this little 1946 Ford Coupe... Nikon FE : 35-70mm Osawa MC f/3.5-4.5 : Ilford FP4 Plus : PMK Pyro

    1946 Ford Coupe

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    Fairlane 001

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    Fairlane 003

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    Mercury

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  4. Excellent shots Rick. Forties and Fifties Fords have taken pride of place in our family at one time or another, a Forties Mercury included. Your pics bring back memories of past years, some wild, some passive, but a Ford was always a member of the family
     
  5. kmac said :
    American Fords were always a luxury down here in NZ, but our family always had the British Fords, much duller than their US counterparts. I'm pleased the pics rekindled some memories!
     
  6. Belplasca Stereo Camera
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    cross-eyed viewing
     
  7. Leica M3, Summicron 50, Kodak Porta 160.

    Vette.

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  8. Same details. Piano.
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  9. Same. U.S. Navy.

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  10. Nice work, Brad, just love that jacket and the piano pic is a work of art. I've been playing with a newly-cleaned Tamron Adaptall II 24mm f/2.5 lens (Model 01B), a rather fine old lens, and I thought I'd share a taste of a Spring morning in central New Zealand. I might wander out in the balmy afternoon and take some photographs...The camera was a Sony ILCE-7R.

    Spring Morning

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    Last edited: Sep 14, 2018
  11. Is any one with a Windows 8 computer having grief uploading a picture? V2.2 has me locked out, but will let me "talk". Bill
     
  12. From dog park. Nikon F5, AF Nikkor 70-210 f:4-5.6. Fomapan 400 @800, Rodinal 1+50.

    My Eppu

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    Nissa

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    Amalia

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    Markus

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    Linda

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    Two friends

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  13. Again, great images everyone,
    Haven't heard from Moving On since this thread started. Hope he's doing okay.
     
  14. I R OK.
    Very busy week with the boys.....
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  15. A little color.
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    Remus and Pearl power napping, Fujica GS645S Portra 160 VC, bounce flash
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    Yokohama Blvd in afternoon sun, Fujica GS645S and Portra 160VC
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    Orange wall, Minolta SRT with 35-70, Fuji Superia 200 processed in C41 kit
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    Hermione from a few years back, Maxxum 5 with Maxxum 50mm f 2.8 macro, Fuji 200 and fill flash
     
  16. My 8th Grade Science Teacher 1975.
    She was camera shy and the Annual Staff elected me to talk her into getting a shot.
    My first and best photography assignment...;)
    She's still teaching at a local college.
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    Engineers Museum - April 2018
    Contax 2 + Jupiter-12
     
  18. Moving On- glad you were able to find some images from your school years. I feel like images like these (and I have a ton of them) are the next best thing to a time machine.
    I don't have a picture, but I don't think my 8th grade science teacher was as pretty as yours.
    Looking forward to seeing more of your school photos.
    Nice work, Rick. It has a "you are there" feel to it. Thanks.
     

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