Been given an Ilford Sportsman.

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  1. Oronare

    Oronare TPF Noob!

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    It is a rather old piece of equipment, in very good condition.

    Manual aperture, shutter speed, film speed etc, all very nice

    But what should i do with it? :D I have no experience with this, and was wondering if i should keep it and give it a go, or sell it and get something else to add to my current equipment?

    I was also given an EOS1000 and a sigma 35-135mm lens.....

    I am a nikon user so sell and keep the lens?
     
  2. Robp412

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    Sell the Eos and the lens if you are a nikon user. Use the money to buy some glass.
    haha
     
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    JIP No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Exactly it's still something nice to have.
    My grandpa has an old camera from 54 that my aunt wanted to sell. I said it probably wouldn't be worth much and i was right. I really am going to try and convince them to give it to me=p
     
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    or give the Canon to an aspiring photographer, and throw in a roll of slide film.
     

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