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Karl Blessing
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:icongensdelarocide:
Gensdelarocide Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
You seem interested in vintage cameras. Am I right?
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KBeezie Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Well for a while when I had my own darkroom and developed and printed my own stuff I had quite a few vintage cameras ranging from a minox up to a 5x7 large format. 
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Gensdelarocide Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
I read an article in one website and it said that vintage cameras were better than the modern digital kinds nowadays.
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KBeezie Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Depends on the camera and scanning equipment, as well as what your goal is in the end. It also depends on which "modern digital" one sare being compared. For example a 4x5 view camera with a high grade lens and crisp film can easily be drum scanned well beyond 100 megapixel (assuming the lens and film can even resolve details to that point, which isn't that difficult with 4x5 sized film versus 35mm). 

Likewise depending on the purpose digital can produce the same or better depending on the quality of the lens and other aspects. 

Though I will say, the manual usage of *some* vintage cameras were superior in quality of parts like the optical viewfinder being much larger or brighter and manual focusing system than most cameras now days. A Canon F1 was quite nice to use for 35mm, but so was my Hasselblad 500CM. 
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PepperLady Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
thank you for the Llama jump 
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KBeezie Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Oooo Bouncing Llama. :P
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PepperLady Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
yupp :D:D
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Takeshi-Toga Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks for the :llama:!!!! =D
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RosmanPL Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for llama! ;]
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Alone-In-The-Abyss Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave :)
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