This was my first attempt at using my Canon Canonet rangefinder, which is stuck at f.16, so wasn't so easy to use, hehe. The shutter speed I used for most of the film (FujiColour 200) was 1/8, but I think this was taken at 1/16, as I realised 1/8 would probably be a bit too slow, even for f.16.
I am quite impressed with the richness of the colour for f.16. as well as the lack of noise, considering I was shooting directly at the sun.
Old Canons are nice!
Taken at about 5 O'clock in the morning, whilst I was still a little drunk.
Light meter doesn't work on my version of this camera, but I would not use it if it did.
Considering these points I think it came out okay.
Especially considering this camera is about 50 years old.
Canon Canonet rangefinder, (made early 60s)
5AM in morning
Un-edited scan from un-edited print.