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Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, May 15, 2017.

  1. SoulfulRecover

    SoulfulRecover Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    For todays adventures. Nikon FM2 with Kodak Gold 200. Not sure why there is Gold 200 in there though. Had to open the back to see what was in it haha.


     

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  2. smarty62

    smarty62 TPF Noob!

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    This combo for the moment. Lens is the AIS 2.8/20mm with Y (K2) filter 1498394306322.jpeg
     
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  3. smarty62

    smarty62 TPF Noob!

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    The rest of the film bunch:
    Nikon F3HP
    Nikon F4S
    Canon EOS 50E
    Voigtländer Vito CL

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  4. benhasajeep

    benhasajeep No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I grew up in Ann Arbor 3 blocks from Argus camera. Always wanted to buy one just to have the connection. They were shut down by the time I was born. U of M has at least one of their buildings and calls it the Argus building. The buildings have been re purposed of course. There is a small Argus museum in one of the original buildings. When I was in Junior high they were just starting to renovate the factory building. UofM had already moved into what I call the head quarters building. I have no clue if that's what it was. Just seems more office like than the factory building across the street. Both buildings are right smack in the middle of an old residential area. Probably 5 blocks from downtown.
     
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    Still have a Canon A2e, 1NRS, A1, and the Bornica ETRS. Getting back into film so all will be used again! Looking forward to it. I'm starting off with the A1 as it was my first "nice" camera I bought in 1978.
     
  6. Michael Mc

    Michael Mc TPF Noob!

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    I have quite a few film cameras, about ten of which I use on a fairly regular basis, but this is my enduring favorite, and has been for about 30 years or so.

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    webestang64 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Re-post my cameras....
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    My pristine Yashica 635, which may very well be the only remaining functioning 635 in the world with factory-installed black rotary dials. (it is estimated that approx 15-20 635's had these black knobs installed when there was a temporary shortage of silver ones on the assembly line in early 1958. As far as I and others can tell, this is quite likely the only one left, so it is kinda precious to me. It takes great photographs too, as you can see in the sample below. This was taken handheld in extremely low light; in fact so poor was the lighting that I did not expect the shot to turn out at all. (I cannot recall what film I used for this one) I am very impressed with this old beast!

    Glen
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    sample photo captured with my Yashica 635
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    The F1 with the winder Fn has always been my favorite 35mm camera, second is my A1 which still looks brand new.
     
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    GrizzW TPF Noob!

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    Just got hold of Nikon D50. Whole new ball game. Seems challenging, but always right beside me will be my trusty C3 and my Gossen Luna Pro F plus a few rolls of film.
     

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    My current love. Minolta Maxxum 9, 70-210 F4 beercan, loaded with Kodak Portra 400. 20171107_161130-01-01.jpeg
     
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    Whole new boytoy: Nikomat EL! Got it as a present in Hong Kong, the real capital of analog photography IMG_20171105_131010_756.jpg

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