Whats the future of analog with no new cameras?

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tonybelding Senior Member • Posts: 1,087
Re: Whats the future of analog with no new cameras?

alex_virt wrote:

Forget those overpriced and overhyped cameras loved by hipsters. "Your camera doesn't matter" © Ken Rockwell. It is just a lighttight box. The things that matter are: your photographer skills, films and lenses. There are lots of inexpensive film SLRs ca. 1990-2000 capable of working with modern lenses. Buy several cameras compatible with your lenses and you will be all set for decades to come

I guess I could buy half a dozen Pentax ZX-5n bodies off fleaBay for $50 each, always take at least two with me when I travel, and then discard them in sequence as they break down.

It's just not the way that most of us are accustomed to managing our gear.

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