Interrail trip

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  1. ian1987

    ian1987 TPF Noob!

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    Dont know if many know what this is. It's a ticket that you get for a determined price for 16 in which u can travel by train in the zone you've picked. I'm picking Italy, Greece, Slovenia and Turkey.
    My question is: should I take my DSLR or my mechanical SLR?
     
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    Up to you to decide basically.

    I'd take a film one with 3 primes. Smaller, lighter, less expensive.
     
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    Which do you care less about? Interrailing often seems to involve sleeping on trains or in railway stations, where you'll encounter all kinds of low life. Don't take anything valuable if you can help it, and nothing that you can't replace if it gets stolen.

    I'd always go for film, because I'm biased. But in this case, when I assume you will be away from your computer for a while, film may make more sense - no memory cards to fill up, just more film to buy. Also, depending on what your film camera is, batteries that don't need to be recharged every few hundred exposures.

    Thomsk
     
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    actually both are valueable to me. I hope i don't have to face getting my camera stolen!
     

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