Washington in December. From a roll of Velvia 50 through my old Konica. On the same day at the lake I got a nice Instax shot of this fallen tree where you can see this branch from a different angle. I posted a similar shot some time ago, though tonight I reprocessed that scan, too. I metered with a Gossen Luna Pro F.
The Autoreflex T was an historic first TTL metering slr, but unfortunately requires unavailable mercury batteries. A knowledgeable chap at a camera shop told me that it wasn't a very good meter anyway. However, on this beater, the battery terminals are missing in the chamber, so the issues are deeper. Yes, sadly this camera has broken, but perhaps one day it will go to Greg Weber for CLA.
This could be a very interesting lens mounted on a Sony NEX7 or Oly EM5.
Konica Autoreflex T
Hexanon 57mm ƒ1.4
Nikon coolscan IV