Which film camera should I get?
Hey, i'm an amateur photographer, and i wanna start experimenting in film. I've been reasearching a lot, and it comes down to the Diana F+ and the Canon EOS Rebel 2000. I'm really going for that vintage look that film creates. Which one would be better for me? thanks,
- cabbiincLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Are you just going to want to fart around with photography? Get the Diana F+.
Are you going to want to get anything that's in focus, properly exposed, zoomed in, zoomed out, or in general looks like it wasn't shot through the bottom of a coke bottle, get the Canon (or any other decent SLR camera). A good SLR will also last longer than any cheap plastic Diana camera.
But the bottom line is, if you really want that Diana then you might just go ahead and get it. Having a camera that, while superior, doesn't inspire you to take pictures like the other one would won't make you want to take pictures, which of course is the point of buying a camera.
- 1 decade ago
Cabbiinc is absolutely right.
I'd just like to add that shooting with film won't automatically make your pictures look vintage. Modern film will produce a realistic image, same as digital. And old film (more than a few years old) is completely unusable by now. I use film cameras from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, and there's nothing magical about those old lenses either... the pictures look just fine.
Using a Diana F or a Holga will only make your pictures look craptacular. But again, not vintage. (It can be great fun though!)
The irony is that for a vintage look, you'd be better off shooting digital and learning a few tricks in Photoshop.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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