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Film Camera Week for April 26

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Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the photos you want from any film camera. I'll start things off with a few.,


part of MSU campus, Maxxum 8000i, Tamron 24-70, Tri-X


power, same gear as above


campus on a sunny day, 8000i, 24-70 with deep yellow filter, Tri-X


Pond, same gear (no filter)


church parking lot, Minolta SRT 200, Rokkor-X 45mm f 2, Tri-X

Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.

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Canon 7, Canon 50mm f0.95, Delta100, Rodinal semistand


Nikon F, Nikkor 50mm f1.2, Delta100, Diafine. 883612152_autospkr.thumb.jpg.1483a9c2aa0dd0536ef55f48f527ad80.jpg

Nikon F, Nikkor 50mm f1.2, Delta100, Diafine. 1943502229_texturefromtangentiallight.thumb.jpg.3cc70f225af0c079bf0af1dd78cfcdc4.jpg

Nikon F, Nikkor 50mm f1.2, Delta 100, Diafine.1721039581_despairovertheknightsshoulder.thumb.jpg.13bd057c81ff4d6b958f4387c92f2617.jpg

M4, Nikkor 35mm f2.5, Tri-X, Diafine. view.thumb.jpg.205ea2a12cf0ca7278cdd0683da55b38.jpg

Nikon F, Nikkor 28-85mm Zoom, Tri-X, Diafine.


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Masters Thesis Art Show, San Francisco State. Four Artists earning their Masters Degree display their Art. My daughter is one of the Artists. Indoor exhibit and I used Portra 800 and my Leica M6 to take photos. The Mural is about education, history and politics. Even the Crayons on the floor were hand made and each had an educational fact if you read it all.



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Great color, Ross. I miss being able to get my C41 processed and scanned locally.

Some more black & white


Minolta SRT 101, MC Rokkor 100mm f 3.5, Plus-X


Looking up stairs, same camera but 55mm f 1.7


another 100mm shot

This is the compact 100mm f 3.5 btw, not the large and massive macro version.

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Thanks for the compliment, Rick. I have two versions of that lens: the MC version that I posted results from and the older Auto Rokkor version of same optics but without meter coupling. The older version was sold as a compact and lower cost alternative to the 100mm f 2 Rokkor that was available at the time. I can use the older Auto Rokkor on my Minolta SRT or XE cameras but I have to use stop down metering.
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