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Old 12-08-2015   #81
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Here a couple of mine:

F6 with a 50/1.8 E.
The second is home-developed Walgreen's 200 ISO stock.



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Old 12-14-2015   #82
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Thank you Dave!
Yes it works well with color

Here is one more I found, Walgreens 400 stock.


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Old 02-04-2016   #87
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Fog and rain, F6, 50mm/f1.4, Pan F:





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Seaweed and snow by chrism229, on Flickr



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Old 02-29-2016   #88
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First roll through the new F6, I am smitten.
I ran through many lenses, just to see the metering was picking up the lens entered as I have too many AI types for my own good and to see the Info screen faithfully reporting them, great fun.
Then some test shots.

55mm f3.5 Nikkor



55mm f3.5 Nikkor After all close ups are SLR territory.



50mm f1.8D Nikkor precision of focus point, usually a rapidly moving subject but just had an op for a swallowed obstruction and feeling rather sad, now improving.



Finally a shot at 500mm another SLR strength, on the Tamron 150-600mm zoom, just a tad softer at 600mm so 500mm used hand held with VR engaged. The Aerials are 6Km away, give or take a meter, and a tribute to the lens/film developer combination and the spot on infinity focus test.



All on Tri-X @400 (DX) matrix meter A mode Pyrocat HD 1:1:100 16min semi-stand V850 scan @ 2400 no further post other than crop of scan frame.
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Old 03-01-2016   #89
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Another from the first F6 roll, Tri-X and that 55/3.5 again.
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Old 03-03-2016   #90
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Sun, snow and Pan F:





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Old 03-06-2016   #91
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A couple more from the last roll of Pan F:





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I'm beginning to like Pan F enough that it ought to take out a restraining order on me...



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Old 03-14-2016   #93
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Just still learning the F6, had to tell it it was snow as my internal meter disagreed with the matrix.

On the Tamron 150-600


All three on the 50mm f1.2 Nikkor








All on Tri-X Pyrocat HD 1:1:100 Semi stand 16 mins with 5min Pre-Soak @75F
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Old 04-02-2016   #94
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F6 with Makro Planar 100/2
HP5+ in HC-110

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Old 04-12-2016   #95
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Just to keep up to date I have been running through favourite glass, all lenses programmed in now, and enjoyed scrolling back through the data.
I am looking at one of those new USB "things" which I thought I wouldn't but it is handy.
Switched over to TD-201 developer again this @ 3mins A then 3mins B 75F.
24mm f2.8 AFD lens, I like the wide angle it gives without exaggerating or drawing attention to itself as a 21mm can do:



BTW picked up a grip as I was looking for using the EN-EL4 which I have for the D3 and planned on finding the correct door, as luck would have it the one that turned up wasn't the AA cradle but the rechargeable version so that suited me nicely.
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Old 04-18-2016   #96
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Got my rocks off today!


F6, Plus-X, HC-110, X1 scans:


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with 70-200mm F4 VR

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Same as above

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Old 09-13-2016   #99
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F6, 105/2.8, Tri-X, HC-110, X1 scans:



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Old 09-14-2016   #100
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More Tri-X:





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Old 09-16-2016   #101
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One more Tri-X, this one was not a great favorite of mine but Flickr put it on their Explore page:

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Old 02-19-2017   #102
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A dull and cloudy morning here (and the sun came out after I got home again!).


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Seascape 5 by chrism229, on Flickr

Both F6, 20mm/f2.8, Pan F, HC-110, Hasselblad X1 scans.



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F6, Nikon 35mm/f2, HP5+, Scan from print on MGIV

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Old 03-19-2017   #104
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F6, 105/2.8D and 28-300/3.5-5.6G, XP2, HC-110, X1 scans as per usual:


Dragonflies by chrism229, on Flickr

and a couple of my dependents:


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The chipmunk has only emerged from her burrow in the last week and is already climbing on my hand for sunflower seeds. Perhaps she remembers me from last year.

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Bad, bad thread. Look what it made me do, get an F6!

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In Baltimore, with the Nikkor 105 2.5 AI lens, Velvia 100.
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Bad, bad thread. Look what it made me do, get an F6!

StPatParade by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

In Baltimore, with the Nikkor 105 2.5 AI lens, Velvia 100.
Beautiful!

Colors are wonderful. I just realized I haven't shot color film in mine yet!:0
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Bad, bad thread. Look what it made me do, get an F6!

StPatParade by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

In Baltimore, with the Nikkor 105 2.5 AI lens, Velvia 100.
I'll try to feel sorry for you! But seriously, congratulations - I doubt if many ever regret an F6.

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Old 04-04-2017   #108
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Huss, beautiful sunburst and ghosts on Portra 400.

Thanks Chris! One more with the F6 and 105 2.5 AI. This is with EliteChrome 100. Strange color cast in the roll, removed (hopefully) with photoshop. Will go back to Velvia 100 for color slides.

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Hi,

nice shot!
If you want a natural, neutral color rendition (like Elite Chrome 100 had when is was fresh and properly developed), you should definitely give AgfaPhoto CT Precisa 100 and Fujichrome Provia 100F a try.
Excellent films.
I am using them regularly (in my F6 as well), and I am very satiesfied.

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Thanks Chris! One more with the F6 and 105 2.5 AI. This is with EliteChrome 100. Strange color cast in the roll, removed (hopefully) with photoshop. Will go back to Velvia 100 for color slides.

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Realising just how much Rodinal I have stuffed into the back of the chemistry fridge, I decided I had better start using it up, so I did today's roll of Pan F in it at 11 minutes in 1+ 50.


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Portra 160 today:


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Cape John sandstone by chrism229, on Flickr

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F6, 85/1.4D, Portra 160, X1 scan:


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Nice shots, what film was used?
I notice you also have an F100 as well as the F6. I just picked up an F100 to complement my F6 and it has been interesting so far. What's your take on how they stack up? The thing that gets me at the moment is the F100 feels really solid until you get to the plastic film door/back. And the exposure lock turns off after one shot - I have set up my F6 so it only turns off if I push the EL button again or turn the camera off.
The price of the F100 was crazy cheap though! I originally got an F4 to go with the F6 but hated it. Super heavy slippery bar of soap feel. Ergos have come a long way...
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Nikon F6 + AF80-200/2.8 + Fuji RDPIII

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Wow, quite a shot there of the horses and the snow.

Need to keep this thread moving again!

24480010 by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

F6 with the Nikkor 135 f2 AI lens, Ilford FP4 Plus 125 film.
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Nice!!

What was your vantage point?
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Wow, quite a shot there of the horses and the snow.

Need to keep this thread moving again!

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F6 with the Nikkor 135 f2 AI lens, Ilford FP4 Plus 125 film.
That's cool... I need to try that film soon. Thanks for posting!
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This photo was shot at Inner Mongolia, China in Dec 2016.
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