Kudos to Fuji to have such a wide and forgiving latitude on their film.
The most interesting thing about this camera, is I found it at a flea market for $10.00... lens was frozen stiff (repaired and relubed), shutter was sticky, not anymore, and the camera was a mess! I've cleaned it up, and it makes for a very decent little camera. I have had great luck with it, but not sure how it performs shooting wide open. Not yet, as I have only used it in good light.
This time I wandered the neighbourhood and took in, again, the railway construction going on. Really liking the semi-industrial shots. But I really wish I could find some more of the welding and chop-saws with sparks flying.. Those are wonderfully industrial!
|Bobcat - Front End Loader - Kalimar A - 45mm ƒ/3.5 Terinon Lens - Fuji Superia 200 (EasyPIX rebranded)|
Added Bleach Bypass type look in CS5 with Nixs
|LED Lit Fence - Kalimar A - 45mm ƒ/3.5 Terinon Lens - Fuji Superia 200 (EasyPIX rebranded)|