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    Did anyone mention that Deardorf is back?
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    The OP did in the very first post.

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    So I see. And I even checked before I asked. Guess it's time for new glasses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrhilton View Post
    Aren’t Panavision, and Arri not really making new film cameras in any meaningful numbers, just continuing to rent out (or sell in Arri's case) existing ones already made or from existing parts? It is actually quite a few years since either of those companies released a new film camera model which is interesting.

    Same applies for the Canon 1V and Nikon F6 I think, just selling from existing stock and have been for a few years. I was told (can't confirm it) that the Canon 7D is produced on part of the line that used to make the 1V?
    I don't have production figures for the manufacturers you mentioned but it is no secret that the demand for film cameras has waned tremendously in recent years.

    However, all the cameras you noted are listed by their manufacturers as current models and are available new with warranties, etc.

    And, all new products are assembled from previously manufactured parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrhilton View Post
    Same applies for the Canon 1V and Nikon F6 I think, just selling from existing stock and have been for a few years.
    The Nikon F6 is definitely still in production. There was an official statement about that in this spring.

    Plaubel, Linhof, Gilde and Kamerawerke Dresden (all in Germany) are producing analog cameras as well.

    And Braun, Reflecta, DHW, Götschmann and RBT (all in Germany, too) are producing new slide projectors.
    Last edited by Film-Niko; 08-16-2011 at 10:46 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: typo

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