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Postby naturehut » Sun Jun 04, 2006 9:42 pm

Hi Trailblazer,

I switched to digital a couple of years ago. With the money I have saved from not having pay for film, processing, and scanning, the equipment has paid for itself.



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Postby Rosabella » Sun Jun 04, 2006 10:43 pm

Well, the above posts pretty much clears up something I've wondered about for a while... and that is whether all you great photographers posting on the forum here are using a digital or 35mm camara. Other than SteveB, it sounds pretty unanimously digital.
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Postby Windwalker » Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:52 am

From Buck's posts...I'm pretty sure he still prefers film (Velvia)....even though he owns a nice Digital SLR.
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Postby SteveB » Wed Jun 07, 2006 9:39 am

Rosabella wrote:Other than SteveB, it sounds pretty unanimously digital.


Well, truth be told, I've recently picked up a digital SLR (Nikon D70s) rig since my last post in this thread and sold off my trusty ol' F4S with lenses. I still have my medium format rig, but film processing costs in the last few months have been getting noticeable. :( Kinda like when you start noticing how much it costs now to fill a tank compared to this time last year.
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