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Old 07-14-2019   #1721
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Pentax ME Super in 1993, lens, film and development unknown. Scanned from 4x6 print.. Poor devil was surrounded by antiques, books and muzzleloaders. Not that there's anything wrong with any of that.



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Milky Way over Mt. Hood

I've recently gotten into astrophotography. I bought a Rokinon 24mm 1.4 Manual Focus lens to capture the Milky Way. Here's an image I took using my D700 and the Rokinon lens.
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Old 10-04-2019   #1734
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Lynn, that's an awesome shot of that surfer. Good lighting, good moment of wave-splashing action and great surfer position too!

Love that Nikon shirt on the girl, spatumba! I'm gonna have to see if I can find one somewhere.

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Nikon FG, Nikkor 35/2 and 105/2.5 AI lenses, on HP5+ @ 400.

PB112358 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PB112353 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PB112351 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PB112348 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PB112345 by Jeremy, on Flickr


I quite like this little camera. I bought it because I "had to." You see, on the way home from work one day, I stopped in my favorite thrift store to make sure there were no good cameras orphaned and lonesome there. Lo and behold! There was a Nikkor 50/1.8 pancake and Vivitar (Kiron) 75-205/3.8 for $10. I couldn't let them languish there or go to a bad home, so I took them home.

"Right," said I. "Now, I need a Nikon body, so they can get some exercise." I didn't want to spend much, since it was an unplanned purchase and another system that I have no business getting into. I decided nice FEs were too expensive at around $75-100. FMs are a bit more. FM2s were kind of ridiculous. I stumbled into another orphan on ebay, a neglected FG. It's smaller and doesn't feel as sturdy as an FE or FM, but what a feature set and in such a compact and lightweight package!

That was the beginning. I stumbled upon a good deal locally (good ol' Craigslist) for 3 more AI Nikkors a week later, two of them are one I took on this outing. The third one is a 50/1.4 that I'll probably pass on, as I prefer the 50/1.8 pancake.

I also added a Tokina AT-X 28-85/3.5-4.5 from ebay for a very reasonable price. It's a full set now. Maybe I'll add a 20 mm at some point; I don't know.
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These first two were from my trial of Rollei Superpan 200 in my Nikon FG w/Vivitar (Kiron) 75-205/3.8. I don't think I'll buy more. The negatives were thin and not contrasty enough. Really took some boosting in post-processing.

Nikon FG, Vivitar 75-205/3.8, Rollei Superpan 200 in D76 1:3 by Jeremy, on Flickr

Nikon FG, Vivitar 75-205/3.8, Rollei Superpan 200 in D-76 1:3 by Jeremy, on Flickr


Ilford HP5+ w/Nikkor 105/2.5 AI. A cracking good lens!
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Nikkor 35/2 AI, another one of my favorites:
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Here's a few of and around the Southport Beach House in Kenosha, WI. Nikon FG, Tokina AT-X 28-85 f/3.5-4.5, Kodak XX at ASA 250.

The lens is sharp, not too slow and does a good job of distortion control. However, it hasn't got any exotic glass, so contrast isn't as good as a prime or modern high-fallutin' zoom. It also rotates the front with its slightly under-damped focus action, so getting these shots with the polarizer was kind of a bear. Still, I'm well-satisfied for $30!

The FG body is light and small, which is great with smaller lenses. This one is getting on the bigger side for good balance and comfort.

This was my first try with Kodak Double-X. I quite like it. It is a nice middle ground between FP4+ and Tri-X or HP5+ in terms of grain. It would be a perfect spring/summer film. I do like ~ ASA 200 for bright days, too. It's fast enough to allow me to use my cheap and slow lenses in most daylight with a polarizer, but slow enough not to cripple the lens' sharpness with too much grain.

History of the building: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southport_Beach_House

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PC243023 by Jeremy, on Flickr


View from the parking lot round-about:
PC243037 by Jeremy, on Flickr


A couple detail shots:
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PC243021 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PC243041 by Jeremy, on Flickr


Iced-up rocks and some splashing action:
PC243035 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PC243033 by Jeremy, on Flickr

PC243022 by Jeremy, on Flickr
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