Here some images in Jena, sadly there was bad weather. Overcast, sometimes rainy, not the best weather.
Film: SuperPan 200, developed in Studional (Rodinal Special) 1+30, 20°C, 8' 30"
Came out perhaps a bit thin, but still usable.
The film is interesting: modern, clear PET support. Reasonable easy to process, I would consider this a good film. The grain is evident, but still the resolution is very high, almost as a 100/21° ISO film, although the grain is more noticeable, but very compact and sharp.
The tonal range is wide and works well both in the shadow and in the hightlights.
What camera? What best tribute could I bring to Jena? A Zeiss Ikon Contax III (pre-war of course) and its vintage Zeiss Jena Tessar 5cm/3.5 . A return home for the lens after 80 years?
Wonderful camera, nice lens. A bit soft when open, as can be expected by such a veteran!
Here, some views in subdued light. The tones are quite good I think.
The tombstone of the master Carl Zeiss and the monument of the great Ernst Abbe.
An image in the morning sun shows how well details are still captured in the glass windows, proving that the SP200 is easier to handle than R80S and ATP.