tastyredhotburrito

tastyredhotburrito

I enjoy shooting film (that's why we're here, yes?) using both fancy point and shoots and well built metal monsters from the 70's. I've grown attached to mostly Olympus cameras like the XA and XA2, and the older all mechanical Nikon's like the FM2. One of my favorite cameras is the Pentax K1000, since you don't need a battery to shoot with it, and it's durable and reliable. So many interesting and affordable well crafted cameras from the 50's - 70's, and so little time. I personally can't understand the hype about these new lomography cameras when there's such a vast assortment of older film cameras just waiting to be re-explored and saved from obscurity. But then, to each his own, I suppose. For me, I'll stick with the Olympus's, Nikon's, Canon's, Rollei's, Voigtlander's, and Kodak's. And don't forget the Fuji's. I could go on and on...

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