She is holding a variable f-stop kit zoom mounted on a crop factor Nikon dSLR. Which she has had this as a "first" camera for about 2 months
. She got the prize for most improved photographer at the workshop... and well deserved. Originally from Egypt and currently studying Japanese at one of the major universities in Japan.
Re: Delta 3200... I have exchanged some e-mail with and yesterday ran into on the street one of the assistant instructors from the workshop. He has a "case" of Neopan 1600 and we were discussing the Delta 3200... he tends to think that given the quality and flexibility of Neopan 400, it might be a better approach... it was a "discussion" hahaha...
I am sure that I will do some more testing with the Ilford Delta.
The workshop was a lot of fun... later today I will pick up a screw type Nikon flash cable (SC-15) to be able to move my flash off camera in manual mode... got some techical info out of the workshop and I have a couple of old Nikon SB-28's that I want to try with film. The SB-28's also work in "A" mode as they have a their own sensor to meter flash. Looking forward to some testing