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    Hello From A Returning Film User

    I am Nigel from the Black Country recently started using Film again in addition to Digital after a break of about 5 years,picked up an EOS 10 for a fraction of what they were in the good old days and looking forward to running some rolls through it

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    Welcome back, Nigel--now where in the heck is The Black Country???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anscojohn View Post
    Welcome back, Nigel--now where in the heck is The Black Country???
    Ah sorry forgot this is an international forum the Black Country is an area of the West Midlands of England near to but definately not part of Birmingham.It was an area that was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution with mines and steelworks which is how it got its name
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    Interesting bit of history. Welcome to the forum, Nigel.
    Thank you.
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    Now watch out for the condition known as G.A.S. If you lusted after film gear in the past, and now it goes past you selling for a song, or just plain being thrown out, and you can resist it's lure you are safe. Most of us are more at risk, and get a scolding from our mates with each bit of old gear we drag home.
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    Welcome back to the future. K
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    Welcome back to film. Great to have you Do you shoot more color or black and white?
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    Welcome back.
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    Wilkomen -- I'm not German, i just thought it'd be different to use it. Anyway, welcome back to the tangible world.
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    Welcome back to film from across the pond!

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