Recently I came into possession of a Nikon F3 Package. I am very excited to own this legendary photojournalist camera that was introduced in 1980.
The Package includes 5 lenses, 1 tele-converter, 2 interchangeable viewfinders, 2 focus screens, and 2 flashes.
Kicking things off I put in a roll of a ASA400 B&W film and below are the results.
Of course I picked on Amber for many of the photos.
24 shots, no reviews, just click and rewind.
It is quite a shift to think in terms of B&W, sometimes the colors just blend in. Focus on the lighting and composition.
Enjoying early Spring with Catherine at Liberty Village!
The F3 offers interchangeable viewfinders and I tried using the DE-3 High Eyepoint prism/finder.
The DE-3 lends to a new perspective to see the world but was difficult to confirm focus accuracy via the split prism.
I used only the 35mm F2.0 lenses for this roll of film. The all-metal MF lens feels is so smooth and great for zone focus.
I wanted to try more street photography with this camera, so I left the exposure on Auto mode, still learning how it quirks.