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    II never bought a digital camera and have no intention of, but I do have three digital light meters that I really like
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    For my real pictures I use either a Mamiya RB67 or a Fuji GW690. But I can't stop myself! In the last three months I have bought a Bessa R2S (new), a Canon P and a Kiev 2. Why oh why?

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    Digital for what?

    I Shoot in film by personal choice - for my personal work (or special professional productions): film, for clients: digital - and they love the results.

    But all is a gratification question, how we feel the process. And for these approaching i need to shoot with RF cameras - like mine Leica M6 and Konica Hexar RF.

    Long live film!

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    II never bought a digital camera and have no intention of, but I do have three digital light meters that I really like
    A digital lightmeter is a 1 pixel digital camera ?

    Paul

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    In view of Sirus Glass's perceptive comments I recommend you buy a Nikon 35mm camera, a couple or all of the ZF.2 Zeiss lenses and then rather than buying a MF camera, save money and buy a 5x4 camera instead with three "international" film backs: 6x7 (for portraiture), 6x9 (for landscape) and 6x12 for authentic panoramas and half a dozen DDs's (double dark slides) for making 5x4 transparencies using Velvia 50 (also known as Redvia, to those in the know...)

    Only when you've drooled over a 5x4 trannie can you really appreciate why digital is just soooooo uncool.

    Now for some lenses to drool over....







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    Film Cameras currently used:
    Large/Stort-format: Ebony 45SU (field camera), Medium/Medlem-format: Mamiya 7, Hasselblad 503CW
    35mm/Små format: Nikon: F4, D800 (yes digital, I know)

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