I finished my test film roll this weekend and had it developed so I could determine if I was happy with my new camera purchase - and to stay within my 10 day return period if I wasn't. Not that I will be returning the camera as I have been very happy with it so far. Also it's been refreshing to be using film again...although loading film for the first time in over 10 years was certainly a little awkward as I had lost the "muscle memory" to do it quickly and smoothly.
Here are a few images from the first film that gave me a chance to test out how the camera and lens performed, which as they are both 54 years old was something I was very curious about.
This first photo was primarily to test the Jupiter 8 lens to see if it was able to produce good bokah and as you can see, it passed the test.
The second photo was to see how the Jupiter 8 lens handled flare in contrasty lighting. As you can see it handled it pretty good.
The third was to see how colours were handled and again, the aging Jupiter 8 lens handled the task well.