@MutoShack Digital photography reached the limits of the film photography long ago (20+ MP resolution, color depth, etc.), plus there are more options to play with, e.g. the ISO. — Go for it. If you can afford a decent DSLR camera.
For sure! I'm not sure if I'll go with a full body DSLR, in fact I think compact cameras suit my needs a lot more. Most modern compact cameras w/ interchangeable lenses seem to have better quality photos than my film anyway, not that quality ever really mattered a lot to me, I just found that getting stuff developed really gets expensive - fast! 😅
@MutoShack I read the other day that kodak was going to start making a kind of film again. I'll look for you.
Kodak shows off the first test photos shot on its new Ektachrome film
Five years after ditching its Ektachrome 100 film, Kodak is making final preparations for its relaunch.
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