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Old 03-01-2017   #1
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March 2017 Nikon RF Month



So, out promptly on the 1st. with the first lenses and bodies.The 35mm f1.8 Nikkor (original version) on the R2S and a chrome f1.4 50mm on the SP. I prefer the S2 for the 50mm but wanted to change to a longer lens, probably the 13.5cm later so the SP was necessary. Hoping to shoot each lens at least once and every body this year, so missing TomA today, in my thoughts as was Tuulikki.
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Took my S2 out today, never changed the lens (35/3.5). Will try rectify that situation on the next roll. Also have an R2S to contribute with this year, maybe it will see more lens changing.

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Pile it high and sell it, hopefully.

This is where a 28mm is useful in providing a more interesting shot (hopefully). I have the itch for the 21mm now, but I need the finder fitted, I guess with 28mm and correct with crop, occasionally getting it wrong you cant add back though. In retrospect should have been closer and use a steeper angle.

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I left the drying mark to show it's film the Acros/Pyro on the web looks almost digital, (best excuse I can find).
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Shot on March 1st 2017 :

Nikon S3 (classic) - W-Nikkor-C 35mm f/1.8 (classic) - HP5+ in D76 1+1
I am liking "classic" That'l drive the prices up.
Good shot as well.
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You guys are too quick for me. I still have about 34 shots left in the camera! But the weekend is here...
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Just another from the 2.8cm/f3.5 roll, details as above.
This one well braced as wide open, yes f3.5, but 1/15th, just picked up some movement blur on the hairdresser on RHS.

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Start of the parade of 50mm lenses.
Nokton 50mm f1.5 Asph
S2 Acros 100 Pyro HD 1:1:100 15min semi stand pre-soak V850

Acros Pyro and an Asph lens is a bit too much of an etch like quality for me.
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Nikkor 50mm f/2 on a 1935 Contax I, 400-2TMY.

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I was fortunate enough to receive a 'new in box' S3 millenium set last month. I'm awaiting the arrival of an Amedeo adapter to use the 50 on my M9. From all I've read it's supposed to be up there with the Summilux aspheric.
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I'm awaiting the arrival of an Amedeo adapter to use the 50 on my M9.
It is a pity to use it on an M9. You should use it on the S3!

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I was fortunate enough to receive a 'new in box' S3 millenium set last month. I'm awaiting the arrival of an Amedeo adapter to use the 50 on my M9. From all I've read it's supposed to be up there with the Summilux aspheric.
John, I second what Erik is saying. Get yourself some Tri-X and shoot that puppy on the S3. Or better yet, send them both to me and I'll shoot them for you.
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I honestly haven't shot a roll of tri-x in over a year! The Nikon rf patch is more fussy than any Leica I've used. It is however a beatiful object with superb engineering etc.
I generally use bodies to be able to use certain lenses. The M9 for the 35 and 50 Zeiss I like has made my M4 redundant and Nikon FM2n and F6 for the 28 2.8 AIS but I just prefer the M9 pics and not having to scan.
Once I've tried the lens out I will try the S3 with a roll.
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My 13.5cm rangefinder mount Nikkor f3.5 may date to 1956 but it is a good, indeed very good, performer. This is described as new style because the barrel design not optics changed but is not the very late having only a foot focussing scale. it's all these details that keep collectors happy.

These on Kentmere 400 on the SP with the PyrocatHD as previously.


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Finally posted uncropped from the scanner to show the 13.5cm frame on the SP is pretty accurate and if I really try I can shoot verticals straight, almost.

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I honestly haven't shot a roll of tri-x in over a year! The Nikon rf patch is more fussy than any Leica I've used. It is however a beatiful object with superb engineering etc.
I generally use bodies to be able to use certain lenses. The M9 for the 35 and 50 Zeiss I like has made my M4 redundant and Nikon FM2n and F6 for the 28 2.8 AIS but I just prefer the M9 pics and not having to scan.
Once I've tried the lens out I will try the S3 with a roll.
John, I have made a surprise move of sorts from using Leica M gear mainly towards a full blown Nikon RF gear addiction recently.

I came "accidentally" also to a Nikon S3 + 50/1.4 Millennium kit and let me share my first impression and what I think about it now.

The 50/1.4 Millennium Nikkor is a lens easily within the same league as Leica's best fast 50's to date.
I would judge that the 50/1.4 ASPH may have a slight edge in performance as it's background rendering is just a tad more controlled.
In resolution, sharpness and contrast the Nikkor (amazingly a quite old optical design) is easily on par.
It definitely outperforms the pre ASPH Summilux which is an old favorite.

No matter if you mount it on a Leica or the Nikon bodies, it is an absolute joy of a lens (I used it for a while with an Amedeo adapter on a M246 but use it now on Nikon bodies).

The S3 is a different story entirely. I always have been in love with the Nikon RF system (many Nikon lenses I used already in LTM mount for some time).
BUT … if your body is perfectly wired and your brain absolutely accustomed to shooting Leica M gear then you will have a very hard time initially to like the Nikon RF gear (the way direction, dials turn, the different focussing patch, different focus throw, single helicoid vs. parallel helicoid lenses, …).

It takes some time and lots of patience and perseverance to get used to the Nikon RF ways - once it clicks though it is absolutely beautiful camera gear - I love it!

I also got a SP reissue kit (I wanted THAT 3.5cm f1.8 lens so badly) - I always thought with the SP finder being so superior to the S3 with it's etched fixed frame lines I would not use the S3 much - boy was I wrong!
I am using the S3 now mainly with a 3.5cm and a 5cm lens and it is a kit as good as anyone could wish for (the S3 is THE PERFECT 35mm Nikon RF)!

Take your time - try the Millennium Nikkor on a Leica to compare it to Leica lenses (you will be amazed), then take it on the S3 and give it time and patience.

I didn't scan my shots from March yet - here is a little placeholder for now:
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I am using the S3 now mainly with a 3.5cm and a 5cm lens and it is a kit as good as anyone could wish for (the S3 is THE PERFECT 35mm Nikon RF)!
You need to try an S2 with the 50mm but the S3 is also my choice especially with a 35mm.
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You need to try an S2 with the 50mm but the S3 is also my choice especially with a 35mm.
No doubt I have to try one ;-) Some day a black paint S2 will be there at just the right moment in just the right place … but not now.

A few scans from the last roll with the Nikon S3 and both the 35/1.8 and 50/1.4M:

Untitled by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr

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Today the turn of the Nikkor P 8.5cm f2. A bit of a beast 100g heavier than the 13.5 cm from yesterday, but faster of course. It's not a lens to carry around "just in case". Robert calls it 15oz 435g in both the new book and previous for the first series then 13ozs 377g for the later, looks like an error was carried forward it is 477g 17ozs in my later version, all chrome marked in feet maybe a typo but he states "still relatively heavy at 13 ounces" my serial is 296031 with f32 stop.
It was said elsewhere Nikon never made a bad 85mm and that is true, was overshadowed by the 105mm later but was one of the first lenses for the rangefinder and the glass stayed unchanged.
Enough, make with the shots!!
Posted a bit big yesterday, sorry.

Torso in the window



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It's Kentmere 400/Pyrocat HD again on the SP.
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Just a couple more from the 85mm f2, the "Sleepers" one earlier made Explore on Flickr, always surprises me which of mine are "chosen" never the ones I think, must be a poor editor of my material.

The corner windows
The 85mm does allow some subject isolation and cropping.



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Could have been on any lens really, but at f4 you get better subject isolation than the same from a 35mm or 50mm. And yes Iv'e seen the theory and proof that by moving your viewpoint and adjusting f stop you can match the shot with several lenses of varying focal length, but life is short and slapping a long lens on is a quick fix.

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The second of the 50mm lenses, this a 5cm f1.4 in chrome 351443, and for comparison being internal mounting the weight loss is dramatic 153g.
Nikon made literally thousands of these and it used to be almost impossible to buy a rangefinder body without a lens attached I see now that is not so much the case, not that we see a lot here in the UK. Still on Kentmere with PyrocatHD, I have moved on with films and will run some in HC110 I am just having a spell of one shot developers thinking about trying replenished XTOL. I have used stock quite a bit and 1:1 but never run a replenished batch there is an interesting document by Ilford on replenishment aimed at deep tank and machines but it explains the principles for the curious, quote below but more at the link.

PROCESSING WITH REPLENISHED DEVELOPER
The effect of use on a replenished developer system The reaction that takes place during the film development releases by-products (halides) into the developer, uses up developing agents and changes the developers pH. These combine to reduce the activity of the developer and without replenishment the developer gradually ceases to function adequately and eventually becomes exhausted.
Replenishment has two key functions. It replaces the active ingredients used during development and dilutes the by-products that have been formed. A replenished developer is said to be fully “seasoned” when the addition of the replenisher compensates exactly for the new by-products produced by development. At this point the concentration of halides and active ingredients have reached an equilibrium or steady state. It is maintaining this equilibrium that gives a machine developer performance consistency. Provided that the developer is used regularly, replenishment continues and all other factors remain the same, i.e. the concentration of the active ingredients, the by-products, etc., then the developer should perform consistently for a long period of time.


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The Jupiter 8 from the former USSR is a Sonnar copy and is a competent performer if a good copy is found. It allegedly requires tweaking for best focus on a Nikon rangefinder, this copy may have been done as it seems spot on to me. I find it a touch contrasty rather than soft. It has one quirk, well mine does, it collects paint flakes inside. Luckily between the groups so every so often I take off the rear group and shake them out, good fun.

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Trying to provoke the Jupiter 8 to misbehave, and failing, no hood fitted, it was in the bottom of the bag somewhere.
My copy dates from 1958 if the theory is correct so should be the later M formulation which sources say came in in 1957 but it lacks the M mark, serial is 5804427, perhaps the rangefinder mounts changed later?
Tank



Remarkable value these lenses the vents @f4 or f5.6 the tank f11 I think, it's Acros BTW.
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It is said that as many days as there are in the whole journey, so many are the men and horses that stand along the road, each horse and man at the interval of a day’s journey; and these are stayed neither by snow nor rain nor heat nor darkness from accomplishing their appointed course with all speed.

I do have a problem with the darkness though

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WARNING DIGITAL COLOUR

I decided the Amedeo adapter deserved a place in the month of shooting and putting it on a film Leica seemed a bit silly as who could tell which light tight box was used so I dug out the M8 (which has multiple issues to work and is going to Leica soon hopefully to be beyond economic repair and generate a discount against a new one, ideally an MA) and shot the 10.5cm P Nikkor f2.5 rangefinder mount. Sure is one sharp lens, a couple in colour:

Framing is bit haphazard as the nearest finder I have is 135mm which tends to be inaccurate anyway I ended up using full frame of the Leica and just aiming for the middle.



The test branch in colour at f4.


A Bokeh B/W frame at f2.5, Spring is springing:



And finally a sharpness at f2.5 test, which shows several things, the lens is sharp wide open, the rangefinder coupling is spot on and Amedeo makes a superb quality adapter.

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Rathole Mountain by P F McFarland, on Flickr




Craig Valley Branch Railroad Bridge by P F McFarland, on Flickr



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More 50mm, a change to the Zeiss 50mm f1.5 Nikon rangefinder fit re-issue lens.

They have Landed

Interesting exposure challenge, it's a dark corner and I have failed here before. Surprising how much it needed opening up so I had to slow the speed quite a lot to retain some depth of field. Acros/PyrocatHD

Moss Leach Woodland Trust

It was time to change lenses so first frame was on the Jupiter 8, blank frame, (not posted ), then repeat with same settings on the same body with the Zeiss Sonnar Nikon rangefinder re-issue.
Of course the scanner has a mind of its own beyond the control of mere mortals but the Zeiss clearly opens up the shadows. The Jupiter is the more contrasty the Zeiss more subtle. Both sharp enough, this on Acros/Pyrocat HD. Was at f4/f5.6 I refuse to take notes as I shoot.

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Just one on the Zeiss Sonnar on Acros/S2/Pyrocat:



I have run some HC110 for a change, to come when scanned and edited.
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"Garage Days Revisited", Nikon S2, Jupiter-12 35mm/f2.8, Ilford XP2:

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Just developed all the rolls I've shot since the beginning of March. Here's a few images:

Nikon SP 2005, 50mm f/1.4 Millennium, Portra 160:



Nikon SP 2005, 35mm f/1.8 reissue, Rollei CN200:



Nikon SP 2005, 50mm f/1.4 Millennium, Portra 160:



Nikon SP 2005, 50mm f/1.4 Millennium, Portra 160:



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Finally a contribution to this year's Nikon RF month.

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Nippon Kogaku 3.5cm f3.5 LTM lens on Leica IIIc, Neopan Acros 400 film
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Old 03-15-2017   #37
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March 2017 Nikon RF Month



Protest March music, Puerto Rico. Nikon SP, W-Nikkor 3.5cm F2.5, Ilford Pan F 50, Rodinal 1:100
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Old 03-15-2017   #38
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Chicago, Nikon S2, W-Nikkor-C 3.5cm/f2.5, Ilford XP2:

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Old 03-16-2017   #39
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Had some issues with signing in, which is unusual, but found my way back eventually.

SC Skopar 21mm f4 gives a new perspective, literally, on my test branch.
FP4 now in HC110 1:60 12 mins



Same developer and film with the 50mm f1.4 Olympic Nikkor just trying to make it look like a wide angle.


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Old 03-16-2017   #40
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Corran, that first photo is stunning.
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