These are some shots taken with a Retina IIIc with interchangeable lenses. I used all three focal lengths, the 35mm f/4 Retina-Curtar, the 50mm f/2 Retina-Xenon and the 80mm f/4 Retina-Longar. The film was a Fuji 200 ISO colour negative film, the photos on this page are 200 DPI scans of 10x15cm glossy prints.
The camera had a functioning light meter and an accurate rangefinder, so I didn't lose many shots due to poor focus or exposure. Unfortunately, the winding mechanism started playing up at the end of the film, with caused some overlapping exposures.
Taken in Utrecht, The Netherlands, except the last two in York, England.
Detail of the photograph above scanned at 600 DPI, showing excellent sharpness.
A square frame as the imaged needed to be cropped, the left-hand side had an overlapping negative due to a winding problem.