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what really stops me from going digital
Old 10-10-2011   #1
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what really stops me from going digital

Lately, the scanning process have driven me crazy, and I was rethinking the reasons to stick with film (and sticking with film I am).

So...

Even if I was willing to move to digital...
I am not ready to give up on RF
I am not ready to give up on my fast primes for, say, a tri-elmar.
I am not ready to give up on a backup camera, and a second camera to be around with two lenses ready.

The price for this is... two M9, 14 K$.
I can't afford that, even one M9 is beyond reach and as I said, I would never be with only one camera.

In the SLR realm, I would definitely be content with a D700.

So I wonder: How many stick with film, because basically they stick with FF RF?
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