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Old April 4th 05, 06:55 PM
Mr.Bolshoy Huy
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Went to a wedding yesterday. There were 2 photogs, one using a Fuji
DSLR, the other 35mm(strange).

I had my 35mm Vivitar P&S.

I ran out of shots quickly. lost some moments while replacing
Dont know if the guy using the DSLR saved as RAW, but I saw him replace
the card just once. I bet even those using P&S digitals shot the whole
day on just one card(which will be reused later).

Furthermore, I really dont like exposing the inside of the camera(lens,
etc.) to the dust, smoke, etc. while replacing the film.

Also, film has an expiration date; something I learned the hard way

I am thinking my next P&S(or even SLR) will be digital.
Can someone give me a reason(s) to stay with film?


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