Whats the future of analog with no new cameras?

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MoreorLess Veteran Member • Posts: 4,783
Re: There are plenty of film cameras still being made.

c-d-embrey wrote:

There are plenty of film cameras still being made. The price range is from the low hundreds to multi thousands. Many use readily available 120 film.

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Linhof http://linhof.com/

Horseman http://www.kenko-pi.co.jp/horseman/e/index.html A Horseman SW612 article https://emulsive.org/reviews/compact-lightweight-medium-format-panoramic-photography-with-the-horseman-sw612

Rolleiflex https://rolleiflex.us/

Leica https://us.leica-camera.com/Photography/Leica-M/Leica-M-A and https://us.leica-camera.com/Photography/Leica-M/Leica-MP

Alpa https://www.alpa.ch/

Lomo Horizon https://shop.lomography.com/en/cameras/horizon-cameras

I think you see that most of the areas were camera are still being made are those were even used bodies still sell at a premium.

I'd say whats really killed the market for SLR's at 35mm and 120 is that there is so much used stock out there that prices are very depressed to the degree its not economical to produce new stock even if theres a market out there.

Again I wonder whether we might start to see some shift here as prices for used stock in certain areas are climbing, things like premium 35mm compacts.

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