Gear

Gear is nothing more than a collection of tools used in a creation process.
Although there is a revival concerning analogue photography all of the equipment I use is obsolete. Therefore I think it is useful for you to know what I use.

I will be sticking to the same Ilford film(s), FP4 Plus and HP4 Plus and the same developer, Kodak TMax. I want to get to know these products and feel them as if they were a part of me.

I also would like to emphasize that I am not sponsored in any way by any of the brands or organizations I mention in this blog.

Ricoh GR II (April 14th, 2016) and my main digital camera with GW-3 conversion lens (21mm)

35mm
Olympus OM-1n  (ca 1974). This will be my main analog camera
Olympus OM-2n (ca 1976)
Olympus OM-10 (ca 1979)

Zuiko 28mm f2.8
Zuiko 50mm f1.8
G.Zuiko 50mm f1.4
Zuiko 50mm f3.5 macro
Zuiko 135mm f3.5
Zuiko 35-70mm f4
Zuiko 75-150mm f4
Zuiko 65-200mm “macro” f4

Olympus Extension tubes 14 and 7mm

Olympus Trip 35 for occasional use

Nikon F5 (1996-2004)
Nikon F100
(1999-2010) with MD-15 grip
Nikon F90x (1992-2001) with MB-10 grip
Nikon D300
Nikon D2h

Nikon 135mm f2.8
Nikon 50mm f1.8
Nikon 28-105 f3.5-4.5D
Nikon 70-210 f4.5-5.6D
Sigma 180mm f3.8 macro

Yashica Electro 35 GSN (1973-1977) rangefinder with 45mm f1.7

Medium format
Zenza Bronica ETRSi and Bronica ETRS (ca 1989)
Zenza Bronica 50mm f2.8
Zenza Bronica 75mm f2.8
Zenza Bronica 150mm f3.5
Zenza Bronica 200m f4.5

Holga 120-WPC pinhole camera

Large format – 4×5″
Sinar Norma with Rodenstock Sironar-N210mm f5.6

Scanners
Minolta Scan Elite 5400 (ca 2004) with Silverfast SE 8
Epson V700
with Silverfast SE8 and Epson Scan

Miscellaneous
Gossen Variosix F light and flash meter
Polaris SPB100 light and flash meter
Pentax Spotmeter V
Canon Pixma Pro 9500 Mark II printer
Jinbei 180ws 3x flash head set with various softboxes

Recently, August 2016, I bought a second hand Jobo CPE that I use for all my regular black and white film processing.

Seagulls Nikon F100 and Sigma 100-300 f4 with Ilford FP4 Plus
Seagulls
Nikon F100 and Sigma 100-300 f4 with Ilford FP4 Plus

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