I've slid into a creative morass for the last few months, feel like shaking things up a bit.
I've been shooting a sony a7r with M mount lenses, and for the last few years have been printing larger and larger- 30x40ish, but I am now of course running into the lack of wall space that usually accompanies large prints!
I've thought of two options to shake things up (in addition to trying a few new projects):
1. Go hard core old school-- pick up an M4-- no automation, no meter-- run with B&W film, and scan with my Minolta 5400 scanner.
2. Go new school, pick up an M240 and EVF.
My initial thought was to avoid the expenditure of the M240 and depreciation that would follow. After crunching the numbers however, the depreciation suffered my the M240 would be roughly equivalent over 3-4 years to the costs of film and self processing averaging 2 rolls per week, without accounting for time scanning.
I have experience with both film M bodies and digital, to the learning curve would be pretty minimal either way.
Any input, opinion, suggestion, or comments appreciated!