Film Camera Week for September 7

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. Greetings, all and welcome to our new thread. As usual post as many images as you like from your film camera. I'll start with some shots from a roll of Plus-X that I shot this past Saturday at Prairie Arts Festival in my home town. Camera was Minolta SRT 101 with MD 35-70 f 3.5.
    vendors awaiting potential customers
    The annual run begins at 8:00 A.M.
    my niece waits for the ride to start
    This, btw, was the 40th Prairie Arts Festival. In earlier days it saw much greater numbers, but after Hurricane Katrina the numbers fell off sharply and never completely recovered.
    walking, visiting, and enjoying the food
    city trucks pressed into service to keep vehicles out of parking lot
    last one for now
    a walk in the park (even more vendors)
    Also have a roll in my Nikon Lite Touch (Kentmere 100) and Rollei B35 (Fuji Superia 200) that I will eventually have images from.
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Tractor. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss Milvus, B+W 022 medium yellow filter, Fomapan 400. 2018 ab&w 14 12.jpg
  3. New Gate. FM2n, Milvus 50/1.4, 022, Fomapan 400. 2018 ab&w 14 13.jpg
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  4. Equipment for laying water line. FM2n, Milvus 50/1.4, 022, Fomapan 400. 2018 ab&w 14 14.jpg
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  5. Pier. FM2n, Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, 022, Fomapan 400. 2018 ab&w 14 20.jpg
  6. Morning Walk. Fm2n, Otus 85/1.4, 022, Fomapan 400. 2018 ab&w 14 24.jpg
  7. Leica-M-3-28.jpg
    Leica M3 Summicron f/2 Ektar​
  8. Last batch from the Aviation Days, I promise ;)




    No.2 Folding Pocket Kodak, Meniscus lens, Fomapan 100

    It does mean I might not have anything else to show for the next 14 days :D
  9. I enjoy the airplane pictures. My dad was an aero engineer. So post as many as you like. Sorry for the mixed up reply. I tried to respond with my phone and messed up.
  10. Hello everyone. Last week while getting my act together for the upcoming Hyper Jump back to Hawaii for the winter, I "discovered" only one scan for this roll of 120 from 2007. OK, back into the scanner 2k18-2k7-072 005 ces10 bc sqr.jpg it went & now a few from yesteryear. The first was posted in the CMC forum YashicaMat EM, Tri-X @ 250, PMK-Pyro & V800 scan. Aloha from the Mainland, Bill
  11. Biker Culture Freaks?? 2k7-072-010 ces10 NPL x sqr bc.jpg
  12. Allenbach Germany , Nikon F
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  13. He is also from Allenbach !!

  14. Never tried quotes here so here goes:
    Rick van Nooij said
    Really enjoy the airplanes and other military themed photos, Rick. Keep them coming.
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  15. Love the dog portrait, Erko! It's been a really miserable week in my neck of the woods with temperatures stuck in the single digits, persistent rain and a very chillly wind blowing in from the Antarctic. I've not had a chance to get out with a camera so here are a few from a week or so ago, before the bad weather set in. Yashica FR1 : Tamron Adaptall II SP 28-80mm f/3.5-4.2 (Model 27A) : Ilford FP4 Plus : PMK Pyro



    Open 7 Days

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  16. So, I was gifted a Pentax SP 1000 and a few lenses (55mm, 85mm, and a 50mm). The meter is whacky; responds to light, recognises the battery, but under-exposes. A couple or shots, the first with the 55mm lens of some frost afflicted funeral lillies; the second with the 85mm lens of a student on placement in my workplace (handheld, wide open aperture). Both with HP5 and Ilfosol developer (using up the dregs) It's a good camera; ergonomic, nicely balanced. The meter is obtuse, even if it worked. And the lenses are a treat, particularly the 85mm. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1) pentax 2.jpg
  17. Oh alright ;)

    Fokker Machtrainer


    No.2 Folding Pocket Kodak

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