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    Default Re: Is Film Dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Soth View Post
    That's because Film still has a greater dynamic range than digital cameras.

    Your photos are really fantastic!

    Did you turn the giant wheel at Shangrila?

    The last time I was there, I and 3 others (females) managed to spin it just for the fun of it.
    You mean this wheel?



    I managed to budge it just by a few degrees coz I was turning it alone...

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    Love film + plus all my vintage cam ( around 20 of them i think) really fun, and never worry about battery...
    Nikon to Canon

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    i want start playing film camera, isit a good idea to do so?

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    Default Re: Is Film Dead?

    I started with Digital, now going back to film.

    Don't know how to explain that, but film has *that* kind of look that distinguishes it from digital.



    Think it's going niche, it probably won't die out completely.

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