Summer in the City with a Nikon F Part Two

I recorded an upcoming Classic Camera Revival Deep Dive with John Meadows and my brother Alex on the Nikon F back on the Canada Day Weekend and I we all got into chatting about just how Nikon got it mostly right with the camera's ergonomics. Nikon didn't innovate with the F, they made everything, better and tougher as the F was a working camera for photojournalists and later on a rig for wealthy enthusiast photographers.

What I got with just two lenses below should seal the deal. Thing is Nikon F's aren't all that expensive and can be easily had for under $200 if you shop smart. Stay tuned, the episode will publish later this year on the Classic Camera Revival Podbean channel.

Camera: Nikon F Photomic FTN, Nikkor HC 50 f2 lens, Nikkor H 28 f3.5 lens.
Film: Bergger BRF Plus 400,  ID-11 1+1.

Toronto Modern Below the Clouds

Tony Yorkville Laneway

Yorkville Ave North Sidewalk

Yorkville Ave Motorbike Parking

TD Toronto Jazz Festival Hazelton Ave Stage

Late Afternoon Gelato Spot

Improvised Samba Drums_

Across the Park to Cumberland

Bay Bloor Chaos

One Bloor West Crane

One Bloor East Bendy Pipe Thingies

Church and Apartments_


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