I am wondering if anyone still uses their old analog cameras to take slides.
I still have two of my non-digital cameras that I would like to use again.
Is this a lost cause today ?.
Any advice ?
Thanks for the reply.
I did not realize that film shooting is once again becoming popular , I did contact Orms , and they were able to help with film stock , they also handle processing.
I am returning to my analog cameras because my digital camera's (a Fuji 6800z) batteries have died on me and I cannot find replacements anywhere in South Africa.
This will teach me not to buy proprietary technology in the future .
At present I have two 35mm cameras , both "point and shoot" , I prefer these small cameras for day to day shooting.
The one camera is an old Olympus Mju II , which has always given me very good results.
The other one is a Konica Big Mini BM300 , it also gives quite good results , but in my view it is inferior to the Olympus.
Batteries for these cameras are quite easily available as they both use the CR 123a battery.
I also have a Pentax S1a , a nice camera , but unfortunately the cloth shutter and other seals have completely disintegrated from old age and the camera cannot be repaired .
Now to find that Leica that nobody loves anymore