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Old 11-29-2009   #1
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Old 11-29-2009   #2
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Old 11-29-2009   #3
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My Hex AF is long gone (traded away toward one of two Hexar RFs), but love it, I did:


Broadway Mural, Manhattan, 1995

(Technical: Konica Hexar autofocus, Kodachrome 64)


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Old 11-29-2009   #4
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More/larger versions can be found at http://nolocus.tumblr.com/tagged/hexar+af/page/1
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Old 11-29-2009   #5
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Old 11-30-2009   #6
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and now for something completely different:

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Old 11-30-2009   #8
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Old 11-30-2009   #9
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My last remaining film camera. Love it, can't give it away. Shot a film recently with it and enjoyed it, although I was confused at the beginning again because you get almost no information in the viewfinder. Too bad, the scans I got back were really grainy and not usable.
This picture must be over two years old.

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Old 11-30-2009   #10
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Thanks, I think the Hexar AF has strong 3D qualities.
Never sell your Hexar AF !

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Old 11-30-2009   #11
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Here's one from a recent trip to NYC. By the way, there is a Hexar AF Fan Page on Facebook.
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Old 12-01-2009   #12
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Old 12-01-2009   #13
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I know I should use my Hexar more...



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Old 12-01-2009   #15
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I love it! I can really live without any of my cameras but not without Hexar.
More than 90% of my pictures in this album where taken by this camera
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Old 12-04-2009   #22
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Just took these over the weekend on tmy-2, the hexar is a joy to use in available darkness
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Araki Nobuyoshi is showing at Hiroshima MOCA ... This exhibition contains 461 groups and 1,035 individuals ........ It is amazing to see so many portraits ... also had a short film showing Araki at work taking all the portraits .... The way he put people at ease to bring out their essence ,knowing when to click the shutter .... He was using a Pentax 67 ... really enjoyed myself that day ; )
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Dark night. The fire and the lanterns were the only light sources. Portra 400VC.



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FAB Shots Shiro kuro,
Paul T, Jamxo, & really EVERYONE in this Thread....!!!!
here is one of Moi w/Eliiot Erwitt shot by 'Endustry'....
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Old 12-19-2009   #28
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from the first roll of my "new" Hexar AF

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Old 01-01-2010   #29
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Some excellent photos in this thread! Too many for me to mention. Nice portraits from Paul T; Borghesia, your colour shot is very intriguing; Historicist, GoneSavage - great shots; furcafe - that one works for me. Etc...

I'm surprised how much I like the Hexar AF and I must put more rolls through it. I ran a couple of Ektar 100 through and I love the colour in some of the shots - give a creamy depth mated with that lens.





But lately I've been shooting b&w, developing myself and scanning with plustek. It's a camera I want to carry with me and get to know thoroughly.


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Small-Wheeled Bike Fest, Manhattan, c. 2000

(Technical: Konica Hexar AF w/flash, Kodak E200)


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Testing Superia Xtra 800..




..and stand developed expired XP2 (shot at 200, 1 hour in rodinal 1+100)





I'm really enjoying this camera. Friends/colleagues think it's a bit weird to pay £300 for a film camera these days but I don't regret it at all - I don't think there's a digital equivalent that can be had for less.
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..and stand developed expired XP2 (shot at 200, 1 hour in rodinal 1+100)
Isn't XP2 C-41 ?
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Isn't XP2 C-41 ?
Yes, but you can cook it in rodinal just as well. Like almost any other film, even kodachrome (you won't be getting the colours, though).
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Wow, I am quite surprised by this. Good to know...

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Yes, but you can cook it in rodinal just as well. Like almost any other film, even kodachrome (you won't be getting the colours, though).
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It's meant to be used close and wide open fellas... then it's better than a Leica.

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