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Film and Full manual Slr's

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Anyone On Wcuk use a Film and Full manual Slr's?

I use Black and white film and a P{entax P30T

Just curious if anyone else here likes old fassioned Technology :)

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I've got an old Olympus OM10 with a manual adaptor but haven't used it in ages.

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Lovely Camera!

Im just looking for people who share my love for film aswell. just want to see how others images turn out :)

It's not a real big deal. but all we see now is Digitaly shot,and its sad,seeing the old way going out the window.

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i have a fully working box brownie but thats more for collection than use. I tried a film slr several years ago but i ended up spending so much on film just to end up with blown out pictures etc that it became too expensive to use (i was poor)
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Thats the one downside of film i supose,ithe cost.
I guess its nice if its something your interested in :)
Brownies are nice camera's,but ive never used one,
But im considering picking one up to play and experament with as there like,£20




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