Scott Holcomb

Scott Holcomb

Posted on 07/13/2013

Photo taken on April 20, 2013


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Nicasio Reservoir
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Zenza Prism Finder
Zenza Bronica S2
Nippon Kogaku Japan
NIKKOR-H 1:3.5 f=5cm lens
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Lake Nicasio

Lake Nicasio
It has been suggested that this lake and the nearby town were named after a very clever Mexican who survived a plane crash.

This image was shot from a Zenza Bronica S2 Medium Format camera with a NIKKOR-H 1:3.5 f=5cm lens using Kodak Portra 160 film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

Manfred Jochum, Boris De Swan have particularly liked this photo

The Nikkor H lens you tagged, is that an early 39mm LTM version?
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Tacheles
Your question has revealed my amateur ignorance about one of my favorite cameras/lens.
I know that the NIKKOR-H 1:3.5 f=5cm Nippon Kogagu Japan (serial no. 70153) fits into a removable helicoid mount unit with a tab release, unlike any of my other cameras. That helicoid mount unit also has interior threads that can mount an extension tube set which I purchased separately.
The Zenza Bronica S2 was manufactured in 1966 (serial no. CB 61430) and was purchased on eBay with the standard Nikkor 7.5cm f=2.8 lens. I acquired the NIKKOR-H 1:3.5 f=5cm lens and a Nikkor 135mm f=3.5 lens later.

I know that this may not answer your question - but, thanks for posing the question - - - as result, I have learned more about my favorite camera through researching this response!!
5 years ago.
Tacheles has replied to Scott Holcomb
39 millimeter thread equals 1,5354299999999999"
So the solution depends from your yardstick.
Alternately you might check if the lens fits into a Leica IIIf or IIIg model ;)
5 years ago.
Manfred Jochum
Manfred Jochum
So very beautiful!
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Manfred Jochum
Thank you, Manni. The wide-open beautiful countryside near my home merits more than this single photo can give. Which reminds me - I need to go on another photo safari into the countryside soon!
5 years ago.