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    I am fully aware that the camera is not amazing. I am just stating the fact that 35mm is popping up in a huge store in America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naples View Post

    Perhaps something is in the air . . .

    Viva la resistance!
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    Like you, I'm a bit surprised to find a new film camera in a consumer store like Wal-Mart.

    I might have to check out my local Wal-Mart this weekend.

    This camera is sold in Europe under the Braun name, I believe.

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    A revival of 35mm analogue ?
    It might be early to say anything about it, they may have gotten the last run very cheaply and so on.
    Holga is doing well, but they are a tribe of sorts.
    Any how it is a little light in these dark times...... for shure.

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by archphoto View Post
    A revival of 35mm analogue ?
    My local 'lab' has just stopped processing 120 and 220 film.
    They still process film, though. But only 35 mm.

    Still enough people using 35 mm film, i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anscojohn View Post
    *****

    FWIW, I believe it is made in China.

    Yes, it it has a great resemblance with the DC901 from Phenix Optics in China.

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    Following up my earlier comment on the Nikon F6 ...

    I called BH Photo yesterday to inquire about another matter (their inventory on the Nikon F100, which I am considering buying new from them – they have 15 in stock). I commented to the salesman in the SLR department that I was surprised to see the Nikon F6 listed on their website as being on “Back Order”, and he said the F6 “just flies off the shelf”.

    Hmm . . .

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    It will be a sad day when B&H runs out of the Nikon F100!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anscojohn View Post
    *****

    FWIW, I believe it is made in China.
    isn't everything made in chine?

    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    My local 'lab' has just stopped processing 120 and 220 film.
    They still process film, though. But only 35 mm.

    Still enough people using 35 mm film, i guess.
    that is interesting. most processing machine do all the films......so all you have to do is put it into the machine and hit go.....maybe they no longer have their changing tents....:o

    i use my local sams club. i have been working with them since they put in the photo department. they do everything for me that they can. the process 120, 220, and 35mm all for 1.50 develop only. when the print they have figured out they can get all kinds of templates from the computer. so they can print me almost any size from 3x5 up to 10x15. all wet process.

    these guys are great. AFAIAC they provide e with a much better cheaper and pleasant service than my "pro" lab. the pro lab is significantly more money (200%-400% higher) and they are slower. the pro lab has cut way back on their darkroom stuff as well....but i still go buy what i can when i need DR stuff.
    photoshop is somewhere you go to buy photo equipment.


    lens photos here

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    eddie gunks-I love your signature! There are so many neat ones around here. I think my favorite is the "I would love to SHOOT digital but I don't have a firearms licence."
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