Did I just witness the end of film cameras and film?

Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by F5 Penguin, Feb 3, 2018.

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    It's no longer a mass market but that doesn't mean it's dead. It's scaled back and niche.




     
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    I believe that we can excel in analog, to deliver an acceptable image. I believe that the analog image produces a better look. I believe that I am an idiot and I want to make whatever I want.
     
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    I was really talking about the kids who are 6-8 or so, which I call generation NOW.

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    Your are probably correct; all of us oldies will die off just like the old cameras. Fuji, I have read, make a nice profit off their instant cameras though. So maybe there’s some sort of a future for film - an arty Lomo type future. I have bought half a dozen film cameras in the last 6 months and I am really enjoying the film experience. I will keep going for as long as I have a working film camera, film and a means of processing it.
     

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