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Old 07-26-2017   #121
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I'm very primitive; I use only the central focus spot, lock and recompose. Always have and always will.

F6, 105/2.8, Superia 400, Unicolor presskit, X1 scan:

Cosmos and Bee by chrism229, on Flickr
Very nice shot.

I do the same as you as I have found the outer focus sensors to not be as accurate, and the 3d matrix metering absolutely useless in back lit situations.
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Old 07-27-2017   #122
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Posted most of these in the Tmax 400 images thread:
http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...68#post2740468
http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...76#post2740976

Thought I would post the rest here.
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Old 07-29-2017   #123
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F6, Nikkor 135 f2 AI, TMax 400
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Old 07-30-2017   #124
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Another capture with the F6 and Nikkor 135 f2 AI combo. TMax 400 film.

Interlochen by Maryland Photos, on Flickr
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Old 07-31-2017   #125
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F6, 28-300 (I thought a questionable lens might give me more flare), Pan F, HC-110, X1 scans:


Sunset 1 by chrism229, on Flickr


Sunset 2 by chrism229, on Flickr


Sunset 3 by chrism229, on Flickr

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Old 08-01-2017   #128
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F6, 105/2.8 Micro, Superia 400, X1 scan:



Black trumpet lily by chrism229, on Flickr



Chippers by chrism229, on Flickr


Edit: I see Chippers has a bot fly on her belly. I wish I could catch her and pop it out.


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Old 08-01-2017   #129
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Ok folks, lets keep this thread about the photos! So please take any discussion about the F6 matrix metering etc. to a new thread. Also, trolling won't be tolerated. Comments purposely intended to derail this thread will be deleted promptly.
Reposting the advice... pics are required.
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Reposting the advice... pics are required.
F6, 50 1.8G, Portra 400.

Bay Bridge, San Fran.

(In the spirit of the San Fran thread, I was not murdered when I took this pic, and I also was not robbed of the camera)
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Old 08-02-2017   #131
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Having got the motorised Rondinax running again, I decided to put some Pan F through it.

F6, 85mm/f1.4D, Pan F @25, HC-110, X1 scan:

Lillies by chrism229, on Flickr
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More Pan F @ 25:

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Old 08-05-2017   #133
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F6, 28/2.8, TMax 100, HC-110, X1 scan:


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More TMax/HC-110/motorised Rondinax - I wonder if the continuous agitation is helping provide the lively contrast?


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F6, AF Nikkor 28mm/f2.8D, Fuji Superia 400, Unicolor presskit, motorised Rondinax, Hasselblad X1 scans:


Rocky by chrism229, on Flickr


Vroom vroom? by chrism229, on Flickr

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Old 08-26-2017   #136
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F6, 28/2.8, Pan F, ISO 25, HC-110, X1 scan:

Jolly Green Giant by chrism229, on Flickr


Fix Or Repair Daily by chrism229, on Flickr

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F6, 28/2.8, Pan F @25, HC-110, X1:

Rudbeckia by chrism229, on Flickr

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F6, 28/1.4, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

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Old 09-04-2017   #139
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Not taken with an F6, so ban me...

Chamonix 10x8, Nikkor 300mm/f9 @f64 for 30 secs, Galaxy Hyperspeed Paper, ISO100, Ilford Multigrade Developer, Epson V850 scan:


Best Nikons Ever by chrism229, on Flickr

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F6, 28/1.4, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

Wallace by chrism229, on Flickr

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F6, 28/1.4, Portra 400, Argentix presskit, X1 scan:

Cabot Trail 1 by chrism229, on Flickr


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More Portra 400:

Cabot Trail 3 by chrism229, on Flickr


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F6, AF80-200/2.8, Kodak E100VS

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Still on the Cabot Trail:

Cabot Trail 5 by chrism229, on Flickr


Cabot Trail 6 by chrism229, on Flickr

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We were very lucky with the weather:

Cabot Trail 7 by chrism229, on Flickr

Early morning, sun just up with low light from the left:

Cabot Trail 8 by chrism229, on Flickr

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Cabot Trail 10 by chrism229, on Flickr


Cabot Trail 9 by chrism229, on Flickr

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Wonderful pics. Cape Breton is one of my favorite places with the wonderful views and friendly people.
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The kind of roads that a Miata loves:

Cabot Trail 11 by chrism229, on Flickr

The Anti-Miata:

Cabot Trail 12 by chrism229, on Flickr

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Chris, I have to say, your recent work is on par with beautiful oil paintings.

I have followed your F6 images and you are quite impressive. Please keep up the effort; film is not dead!
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Thank you, Mike. The F6 makes it easy! I have gone back to the Rolleiflex for a few rolls lately in case I get lazy and spoilt. The Rolleiflex has a 'hit rate' far greater than most cameras, and I have been wondering what the trip would have been like if I had taken it instead of the F6. If my bone marrow lets me try it out, I might do that next year.

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Portra 400 converted to B&W:

Pippa 2017 #15 by chrism229, on Flickr

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I was considering one to mate with my Nikon F2 and Nikormat collection.

Read a review and found it runs on batteries. Ah no.

Sticking with Nikon collection and Leica M6 for film.

BTW, Bergger Pancro 400 is beautiful film. I will never use TriX again.
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I was considering one to mate with my Nikon F2 and Nikormat collection.

Read a review and found it runs on batteries. Ah no.
What happens when u run out of film? Do you make sure to pack extra?

Do you only walk places because cars use gas and w/o gas they are useless?



I use everything in the Nikon film range from the first to last of their pro cameras. The F to the F6. Treat yourself to see what Nikon has done with those decades of experience and know how. It really is something.


Chris, great shots from the Cabot Trail. I hear what you say about the Rolleiflex. I split a shooting session last week between one and my F2. While the F2 shots were what I wanted, when I lined them up against those from the Rolleiflex, the advantage of the film size and Zeiss lens really was stunning. The same image goes from 'very nice' on 35mm to 'yowza!!' on 120.
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This mountain is gradually being eaten away by quarrying, and a curious flume has been cut for pouring the crushed rock down to the quay. This is adjacent to the Canso causeway that joins NS to Cape Breton (mixed feelings about that causeway in CB as they love their island status).

Canso by chrism229, on Flickr


Cabot Trail 19 by chrism229, on Flickr

Both F6, Portra 400, Argentix c-41 kit, motorised Rondinax, X1 scans.

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