I managed to get one roll of film through my Underwater Nikonus V over summer as well…
Nikonus V, 35mm f2.5 Lens, Velvia 100(expired)
A shot from a random GPS shortcut heading up the coast at Christmas.
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
Another shot from around Christmas. While we were in the Coromandel thousands of fish washed up on the beaches around the peninsular, no one knew why but it was suspected that a large fishing boat lost one of their nets or that they were dumped by a fishing boat.
A shot from my Nikonus V which got a good workout over the Christmas Holidays
This is where I went camping for a couple of weeks over Christmas 🙂
I’m still playing around with timelaspe photography.
I took this one about a month ago but have had problems putting it together since the counter went round 9999 and started at 0001 half way through, which messed up the sequence.
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens, ISO 200, 4 second exposure every 5 seconds.
It looks like this kids mind was blown by all the bubbles…
Another test shot from my converted Holga… The frame goes all the way to the edge of the film but my scanner wouldn’t let me scan with the right exposure so I had to use the 35mm scanner adaptor which didn’t give the sprocket holes 😦
I really need to make that scanner mask…
The shipping beacon a Point Halswell in Wellington. Slightly over 360 degree view.
So I picked up repaired Rollei on Wednesday afternoon and I have to say that the repair guy did a really good job. As well as fixing the shutter he also gave it a really good clean and fixed up a few other small issues as well as re timing and checking all the shutter speeds.
The unfortunate thing is that since I have picked it up I haven’t been able to get out and shoot and with working both days this weekend the likelihood of getting a full roll through for next week is looking pretty poor.
So that being said here goes a shot from pre-repair Rollei of some timelapsing with my D90 🙂