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When was the last time you used your film camera?

pablophotographer 11 2.2k 444
23 Sep 2012 11:38PM
My answer is today!!!

I thoroughly enjoyed the last two days where I've finished a roll of slide film which was in the camera before my ongoing vision problems.... (10 months now).

I was even asked by a middle-aged couple if I am a professional!
It must have been the 0.6x wide video lens I had adapted on my standard 50mm.

What are you waiting for?
Get your cameras and start shooting! Nobody will get hurt.
Sooty_1 12 1.5k 221 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 12:06AM
Me, and yesterday too.
Playing with a voigtlander 15mm.

DouglasMorley 13 31 1 Canada
24 Sep 2012 12:19AM
Last Christmas, on a Nikon F90.It was fun and a reminder of what I used to do all the time. I have one Kodak 200ISO colour film left to use but am endeavouring to choose another memorable occasion, probably this coming Christmas, to use it.
Paul Morgan 22 19.8k 6 England
24 Sep 2012 12:33AM
Three days ago Smile
rhody 20 2.8k 2 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 7:38AM
Yesterday - used a Holga 120 for some B&W double and triple exposures - absolutely no idea how they will turn out though!
kodachrome 11 789
24 Sep 2012 7:56AM
Last August, using my Minolta X-500/50-mm F/1.4/28-mm, f/2.8 Rokkor lenses and a roll of Fuji Velvia 50 at the RHS Wisley gardens Surrey.
I still love it. and I can recommend 'Peak imaging' for E-6 processing.
timbo 20 596 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 9:12AM
Regularly use my OM4ti for Black and white. Nothing beats it when developing and printing it all too
Focus_Man 13 481 631 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 9:27AM

Quote: Nothing beats it when developing and printing it all too

Using a PC beats it every time.

I used to spend hours in my dark room developing films and printing them later for customers - so much easier now.
Buchephalus 13 30
24 Sep 2012 9:48AM
Shot 3 rolls of Rollie RPX 100 at the weekend, first for a whileSmile Glad to get back to the business of taking pictures and away from digital for a while. Digital for business yes, but for myself film every time. Strangely both my sons are photographers and they've come to the same conclusion independent of my opinion after using digital for a while.
cameraman 20 227 1 England
24 Sep 2012 10:25AM
1999 and I will never willingly use one again.
AndreaJ 10 24 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 12:03PM
I sometime use it on Ghost cos I would rather wreck that than my digital and you don't get the orbs Wink
Madhatter58 12 47 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 12:50PM
Last summer on holiday I used my FM2 and a 35mm lens as an experiment. Made some mistakes too, like forgetting to focus!! Still got some film in my F4 as well haven't used that in ages. A shame actually, the build quality on today's cameras is not so good in my opinion unless of course you go high end.
Paul Morgan 22 19.8k 6 England
24 Sep 2012 1:00PM
How could you forget to focus an slr Smile
nickthompson 15 158 England
24 Sep 2012 1:28PM
Last Sunday using my Nikon fe and neopan 100.
MikeA 18 1.3k England
24 Sep 2012 2:42PM

Quote:How could you forget to focus an slr Smile

Take a look through the gallery :=))

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