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ZoomP

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Let me start the ball rolling. Mandatory thread on any photography forum!!!

Some shots on my Nikon F3HP and Leica R4s.

Leica R4s with 50 Summilux f1.4




Nikon F3HP with 50 f1.2 AIS


F3HP with Zeiss 50 f1.4 ZF
 

pikapig

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FM2, nokton 58mm f1.4



 

pikapig

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dave, i heard so much about the f3hp, how is it different from the fm2 and fe series? Didnt get the chance to try it. Benji told me on our malacca trip that this camera rocks! The smoothest shutter...and i think ur 50mm f1.2 ais produce really wonderful images!

i got this piece at a discount, then realised that it was tampered with by the ex owner....phillip tay managed to salvage for me...
the 55mm f1.2 ai, pretty harsh bokeh
 

ZoomP

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dave, i heard so much about the f3hp, how is it different from the fm2 and fe series? Didnt get the chance to try it. Benji told me on our malacca trip that this camera rocks! The smoothest shutter...and i think ur 50mm f1.2 ais produce really wonderful images!

i got this piece at a discount, then realised that it was tampered with by the ex owner....phillip tay managed to salvage for me...
the 55mm f1.2 ai, pretty harsh bokeh
Bro, no idea the difference but F3 was a model that stay on Nikon production for about 20 yrs I believe. It's professional cameras used by many in the past. I love it and for AE, this is as good as it gets! Very robust build with solid brass body. It's really refreshing to look through the lens and seeing things in focus after using the Rangefinder for awhile. I am using colors and sldies on this body and save the B&W on my Ms.

Go try one out!!! It's very cheap body and I suspect will last you a long time, despite it being an electronic shutter and AE.
 

pikapig

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Bro, no idea the difference but F3 was a model that stay on Nikon production for about 20 yrs I believe. It's professional cameras used by many in the past. I love it and for AE, this is as good as it gets! Very robust build with solid brass body. It's really refreshing to look through the lens and seeing things in focus after using the Rangefinder for awhile. I am using colors and sldies on this body and save the B&W on my Ms.

Go try one out!!! It's very cheap body and I suspect will last you a long time, despite it being an electronic shutter and AE.
yup, thanks for sharing, now that you mention, i should be using SLR for slides..:)
 

ZoomP

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Here's more on the F3HP with Nikkor 50 f1.2 AIS


On Zeiss 50 f1.4 ZF


On E100 slides
 

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A kind friend of mine lent me his Nikkormat FTN and the AIS 50/1.2

On Kodak Elitechrome 100





On Lucky SHD 100



 

paapoopa

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some random shots from my OM2sp + zuiko 50mm 1.4 or zuiko 28mm f2.8







 

kcchew

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Nikon F90X with AF-D 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 and Kodak Tri-X 400 or Fuji Neopan 400.








Nikon F100 with AF-S 17-35mm f/2.8 and Kodak Portra 400.



 

ZoomP

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More from the Leica R4s and 50 Summilux R