Nikon F3/T black

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by JoeLopez, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. JoeLopez

    JoeLopez FF Regular

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    Jul 3, 2017
    After jumping back into Film in 2015 and buying/trying quite a few cameras, I kept reading about the 'legendary' Nikon F3. I began searching online and found a nice F3/T body on Etsy in February 2017. Took a 50mm f1.8 off the shelf at home and it's been on this body ever since.
    I've ran a few rolls of Portra 160 and a roll of HP5 and love the results :)

    33553729862_ab756c60cb_c. Nikon F3/T black by Joe Lopez, on Flickr

    32867532074_01bda20dde_c. Nikon F3/T black by Joe Lopez, on Flickr

    33325910610_3ab57e0890_c. Nikon F3/T black by Joe Lopez, on Flickr


    Here are a few favorites. My F3/T gallery on Flickr is HERE

    35061847526_84f6b16b4a_c. Red tulips by Joe Lopez, on Flickr

    35101697655_eb05493c29_c. Detroit Riverwalk by Joe Lopez, on Flickr

    34970898801_4941348732_c. Flowers in Rivard Park by Joe Lopez, on Flickr

    34819210200_2cd66eda4b_c. Blown-Away Man by Joe Lopez, on Flickr
     
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  2. kennethcooke

    kennethcooke FF Veteran

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    May 30, 2017
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    Terrific images Joe
     
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  3. JoeLopez

    JoeLopez FF Regular

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    Jul 3, 2017
    Finally get to spend time with the F3 again, picked up a Voigtlander 40mm f2 last week.

    I like using the ShootFilmCo PhotoMemo, helps me remember where each shot was taken and what settings I used. Aging minds need help like this :)
     

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  4. MoonMind

    MoonMind FF Veteran Subscribing Member

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    Matt
    Enjoy the little Voigtländer; I own that lens, it's really very nice to use and produces nice results. Don't remember if I've already posted this here, but this was taken with that very lens mounted on the FM3A and Ektar 100:
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    The PhotoMemo is a nice idea - though usually I lack the discipline to take notes while shooting. Looking forward to your results!

    M.
     
  5. JoeLopez

    JoeLopez FF Regular

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    Jul 3, 2017
    Very nice.

    I have Field Notes books, and wanted to buy a couple of the photomemo books to try them out and support Mike and his site :) The first time I took the time to document frames was with the HP5 I just shot through the FE this past month. I found that by the time I had the images processed and scanned, I forgot the little details about each shot. Also, until recently, I was more trying out the cameras than really trying to make nice photos. I like doing it really.
     
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  6. kennethcooke

    kennethcooke FF Veteran

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    I used to record details in Moleskine books which are superb but like most things in photography I never look at them again Joe. I have thousands of slides, prints and negs which I never look at again after producing them. I don't know whether it's just me or others are like this. It sometimes begs the question, why do I bother, I sometimes wonder?

    https://store.moleskine.com/gbr/en-...IrXSFLMO6fZT-jDq8vmaCAfLM_Ez2V2RoCWw8QAvD_BwE

    I have a 24mm, and 75mm Voigtlander M lenses which I use on my M6 camera and which I can now use, via an adaptor on my a7Rll Mirrorless Full Frame Sony Camera
     
  7. JoeLopez

    JoeLopez FF Regular

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    Jul 3, 2017
    I like to add aome context when i share images om social media, this will help me for sure. The photomemo and field notes slide right into my pocket. Easy to carry
     
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