Yep... take your camera into the shop and try it.
Let me expound my previous answer: You used a speedlight and the camera was set to a 2 second exposure. When you pressed the shutter button, the...
I'll take, "Using a 2-second shutter speed" for $500, Alex.
Yeah... there's an issue with the camera. Hopefully a simple CLA will fix it.
OK, so the camera is set to f/2.8, and the blades are closing down.... then close down again after the shutter opens. I'd say the camera has...
OK. I'm confused. You're saying after the shutter closes, the lens stops down to 'around f/19' for half a second? That sounds like a mechanical...
Yep... the aperture blades are held open to maximum so it's much easier to focus and compose. When you press the shutter release, the aperture...
If the lab offered custom developing, they'll need to know how many stops it's underexposed. In this case, one stop.
If you're planning on getting into large-format, then spring for the Beseler.
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I vote DIY as well.
My vote is the image was printed by the lab in March 1971.
Nikons' web page for the camera will have information on what lenses will and won't work with the body, as well as lenses that may have limited...
Check the EXIF data. It may have the "Date/Time Created" intact.
And how do you know this?
And at home.... DIY!
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