The main appeal of blackbird vs other high contrast b&w films is that it's on polyester, and thereby archival quality 1000+years.
Meaning that "young hipsters" can take photo's, and have the negatives around when they are 93, unlike with vinegar (acetate) films 40+years.
Though even acetate is an order of magnitude longer lived than flash-cards which have a half-life (life-expectancy) of only 4 years.
So any hipsters you know that may be interested in seeing their pictures in a decade or more, should get film.
Last edited by streondj; 10-16-2012 at 09:16 PM. Click to view previous post history.