A Nikkor 24mm ƒ 2 AIs lens sits for a portrait between uses. I picked this one up in Hong Kong, so it probably wouldn’t have had the USA warranty (long expired, in any case…) Taken in my home "studio" in Albany CA by a Nikon F3HP with a Micro-Nikkor 105mm ƒ 2.8 AF-D (NOT the AF-S!) lens on Fujicolor Pro 400H film.
Scanned into computer by my Epson V700 scanner with the Epson software running, then thoroughly dust spotted in Pain Shop Pro x8.
Yes a 24mm ƒ 2.8 would have been less expensive, (and lighter…) but I do a fair amount of wide-angle photography (without flash) inside sometimes dimly-lit churches… (Gothic cathedrals, for example…)
Tagged: , Nikkor 24mm ƒ 2 AIs , Albany, CA , Nikon F3HP , Micro-Nikkor 105mm ƒ 2.8 AF-D , Fujicolor , Pro 400H