Film Camera Week for September 29

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Time to get our next weekly thread started. As many photos as you like from your film camera. I'll start with a few.
    From a few years back
    downtown Starkville, Tri-X, Minolta XE-5

    From same roll, but with flash
    Pearl waiting for the food dish to be serviced

    more Starkville, same gear and film

    This film was developed not long after it was exposed, but I didn't scan it until this week.
    One of Hermione's favorite spots
  2. A busy couple of days ahead, so I'll get in early with a series of images from one of my old favorites, the Canon FTb with a 50mm Canon FD SSC f/1.4 lens. The film was Kentmere 100 developed in PMK Pyro, With a little luck I'll find some more to post, later in the weekend.


    Fernside copy.jpg

    Haute Couture

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    High Street North and South

    High Street North and South copy.jpg


    Mill copy.jpg




    Trapped copy.jpg

  3. Pole and clouds. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss Milvus 1.4/50, B+W 022, FP4+, 2017 ab&3 20 (2)35.jpg
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  4. Downtown Starkville. FM2n,Nikkor 35mm f1.4, 022, FP4+. 2017 ab&w 20 (18)19.jpg
  5. Mill that is now a conference center. FM2n, Milvus 1.4/50, medium yellow filter 022, FP4+. 2017 ab&w 20 (34)3.jpg
  6. Mill windows, FM2n, Milvus 1.4?50, 022, FP4+. 2017 ab&w 20 (36)1.jpg
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  7. Newly acquired Nikon FT2 with 58mm 1.4 lens ( I had to buy a whole lot of stuff in order to have the 58mm lens )
    Anyways here are few taken during my split time at work , downtown Louisville ....
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    Zeiss Contax Ic (or version 4) with 50mm f/2.8 Tessar, Fomapan 100.
    1/100th in the sports group of shutter speeds seem to be a little fast ;)
  9. Hello everyone. This scenic was taken last month upon returning from some kart racing in Spokane, Wa. I had only taken the Fed-2's for the race (dumb, should have had a MF folder along) so the 400 film is not the greatest for grain. Even a G filter could not punch thru the horrid smoke enveloping the area from fires roaring thru the Western States & B.C. OA development & V800 scan. Bill 2k17-104-005 s26 ce bc.jpg
  10. Yashica D_003_Cafe Rotterdam.jpg

    Yashica D HP5
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  11. Here are a few frames from a Kodak Bantam. This camera used 828 film and produced negative sized 40x28mm. 8 shots on a paper backed film. In these photos I've used standard 35mm films as you can see by the sprocket holes in the frame. Kodak Bantam.jpg


    Foot path.jpg
  12. My parent's camera was that same Bantam. I still have it and have posted a few from it'till use it. Great camera and shots.

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