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    still using film for your camera?

    polaroid pulls the plug on film factories

    just incase you were looking for a reason to buy that 10 megapixel digital camera

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    I expect we're going to see legacy pricing kick in then - as if it wasn't expensive enough already.

    I actually can't remember when I last saw someone use an instant Polaroid camera.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Legacy film users are mostly pro; some photographers swear that film captures more "soul" than any digital camera...

    Can't see why though, digital camera pricing has dropped dramatically over the last few years, in-home development studios have become common and the price to print your own photos at home has become so cheap that it can be done by the average person on the street...

    Ask someone who maintains a digital photographic studio and printed somewhere in the region of 3500 photos last year alone...

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