Once a year the Puget Sound Photographic Collectors Society puts on a camera show in Kent, Washington. You can buy a camera, swap your camera for something else, or just visit and talk to friends that enjoy vintage cameras. It has been a couple of years since I have attended. I went with the plan to buy an older fixed lens 28mm camera. I found that most of the older fixed lens cameras at the show had fixed focal lengths other than 28, 50mm was the most popular. I saw a Nikon F3 for $125. When I checked it out I found that it needed some service. The ASA dial was almost impossible to move. I was not interested in a project. For those new to film photography, you can go to the show and pick up a nice camera for $50, and get a good lens for not much more than that. The Shot on Film store had a great table where you could purchase a variety of different films. I bought a roll of film I have never used, Kentmere 100.
I shot this series with my Nikon F4 and Voigtlander 40 1:2 Lens. I used Kodak T-Max P3200 and developed it in HC-110(1:31) for 10 minutes, 30 seconds, @20C.