Originally Posted by Moopheus
"Lomography, a company that manufactures analogue cameras and film, says its worldwide sales doubled in 2011, when the company sold two million rolls of film."
Back in the day, that wouldn't have seemed very much, but in today's shrunken market for roll film, that's not too shabby, esp. since most of that is probably 120.
Indeed. I wouldn't mind owning a company which manufactured two million rolls of film per year.
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