I could shoot with this all day. What a fun camera.
We went down to Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, and I shot 7 rolls. Pretty easy, with a new fun toy and the fact that it shoots long frames. So you get about 16 frames per roll.
I was shooting some Ilford HP5 I’d just bulk rolled in a nearby cafe. I developed it at home using Diafine.
I was shooting on aperture priority. The lens was f/4, but I was mostly shooting at f/5.6. Out of habit, I kept on focusing using the rangefinder, but I could have just zone focused and never touched the lens, as f/5.6 puts everything from 5′ to infinity in focus. I was also using a red filter, which made the sky nice and dark.
Because I was shooting on aperture priority, and mostly taking pictures of the sky and buildings, the exposures made silhouettes of the buildings, but I really like how they turned out.
These pictures are just from the first roll. I can’t wait to scan the rest!
Hope you like them.