Tuesday 17 April 2012

Nikon FM3A - Fujifilm Neopan 1600 (17/04/2012)

Some new shots added to the Neopan 1600 gallery taken with the FM3A + Nikkor 1.2 or E series 35mm f2.5 or E series 28mm f2.8...
Sorry for the crappy scan quality... The bloke who processed and scanned them seemed to use his mobile phone camera to scan them in (yes they are that bad).

I will look to rescan the negatives once I buy a scanner that's capable of scanning 35mm film (any suggestions for less the £250?)



  1. Hi Abtin! I have use Epson V200, but it no scan film 120mm. I rec scan Epson V600: http://www.imaging-resource.com/SCAN/V600/V600.HTM
    PS: Did you use 7-14mm?

  2. Hi Eugene

    Thanks for the tip. I've been looking at the V600 for some time now but I think I'm leaning towards the Plustek OpticFilm8100 dedicated film scanner.

    Regarding what lenses I used: I think I've mentioned above... but I'm pretty sure I used either the 35mm or 28mm lenses for the shots you see in this post.

    1. I did look and read about Plustek--really cool scan. And novelty.

      And lens, I did mean Panasonic 7-14mm/f4