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Hi,

Are there any AF SLR users here who've scanned their developed photos and put them up on an online gallery somewhere ?

Seems like most of the pictures posted are taken using DSLRs.

I'm trying to learn as much as I can on an AF SLR before moving up to a full DSLR later, so I'm searching for some motivation while I'm at it :D

Thanks.
 

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harlequin2902 said:
Hi,

Are there any AF SLR users here who've scanned their developed photos and put them up on an online gallery somewhere ?

Seems like most of the pictures posted are taken using DSLRs.

I'm trying to learn as much as I can on an AF SLR before moving up to a full DSLR later, so I'm searching for some motivation while I'm at it :D

Thanks.
Err.... a quite duh newbie question... isnt DSLR also AF ?? as in auto focus? in that case, why do you refer to the film SLR camera as a AF SLR?

haha ok ok... perhaps i have been to irreverent.=) correction pls?
 

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harlequin2902 said:
Hi,

Are there any AF SLR users here who've scanned their developed photos and put them up on an online gallery somewhere ?

Seems like most of the pictures posted are taken using DSLRs.

I'm trying to learn as much as I can on an AF SLR before moving up to a full DSLR later, so I'm searching for some motivation while I'm at it :D

Thanks.
I don't get it. If its the pictures that you're interested in, then why does it matter if its taken with a SLR or DSLR?
 

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drummercow said:
Err.... a quite duh newbie question... isnt DSLR also AF ?? as in auto focus? in that case, why do you refer to the film SLR camera as a AF SLR?

haha ok ok... perhaps i have been to irreverent.=) correction pls?
Well, that's how a magazine I was reading, classified them in their reviews section that featured both types. One part was dedicated to 'AF SLRs' and another for 'DSLRs'.
 

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I don't get it. If its the pictures that you're interested in, then why does it matter if its taken with a SLR or DSLR?
Good question, but I guess it's just a newbie's curiosity to see how good scanned photos can turn out online vs digitally captured ones, especially if I'm going to be putting my pictures in an online gallery. I guess it's a way of being assured that photos captured using film cameras can look great online too :)

Y'know, people are always comparing print-outs of photos captured digitally vs those from film right. So in summary, I'm just curious about the reverse as explained above.
 

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all my photos are scanned from prints, except for the ones in "The Collection", these were taken with a compact digital P&S.
 

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Mine scan by the lab, no adjustment myself. $2.50 a roll, check my gallery.
 

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