Got recently a 35/2.8 from Japan, and tested the lens in a roll of Ilford FP4+ that took more than a month to get finished. The roll was taken mostly in the area near Buceo harbor, a popular place for strolls and line fishing.
Art-deco front of an old medical furniture factory in the downtown area, converted to a market. I wanted to shoot inside but it did not work, not enough light by miles.
I also did a few in the fishing area with the 105/2.5, which is a fantastic lens.
The couple in the last one are drinking mate, something comparable to tea but much bitter. It is drunk from a gourd with a metal straw, the gourd is periodically refilled with hot water.
The 35/2.8 is a nice small general-purpose lens. It would go well with my FE body for travel duty, if need be.
I believe that with these two lenses the Nikon lens set is complete for what I do, at least on fixed focal distances (any comments on desirable zooms?).
This roll is the last one that I develop with DK-50; the old soup has become too dark and weak. This roll came out way too thin, fortunately with many frames that could be saved by scanning.
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