Quote Originally Posted by ted_smith View Post
Should us film shooters take this as a good sign I wonder? It suggests to me that in the last two years, the demand for film cameras like the F5 has not declined, or is it just that the F5 is famed for being so good that it is holding its price? Is that fair, and have others found this to be the case, or not?

The ONLY advancing market in analog photography is the Wedding and Portrait segment.

As the F5 is overkill for most other uses, It still has strength in the W/P sector.

Also it is the HIP deal right now to shot film and hipsters with $$ are gobbling up these cameras as they are 1/20 the price of Digital.