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    I am in a small camera club and any 35mm cameras like mine are not even thought of any more as DSLRs do everything that older cameras do some even using top of the range phones nowadays


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagal View Post
    I am in a small camera club and any 35mm cameras like mine are not even thought of any more as DSLRs do everything that older cameras do some even using top of the range phones nowadays


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    yeah but any one can get a decent pic now a days with whats available ..total diff then when you was shooting a roll of film you had to have a eye for details and not knowing if you got the shot or not and spending the time developing it, and doing your tester pic to see how long you set the exposure too got a pic of a church somewhere where it got stripes as testing which looked best . yes think a lot of the art gone now with the digital age quicker and simpler not always the best or most fun miss doing the old 35mm I guess ant done it since the mid 90's

    special with some where you could manual zoom but did not show through the lenses that was a trick to learn may keep the old leather one just incase I see a old 35mm club local maybe

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    all some days feel's like just djw, you and sharky and me left

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    Billy super duper..

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    all some days feel's like just djw, you and sharky and me left
    Know how you feel

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    well really been working on my down sizing of my collection soon will be down to a core 15 I think it was, once those listed sell ok will be buying something with it ( tat lot and some thing nice )

    but from a collection of over three hundred down to double digit is amazing work

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    I know I couldn't do it ismy.

    Billy super duper..

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    Feels lighter and easier to sort now and what not

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