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    Something from Photokina for Film Lovers

    http://www.fujifilm.com/photokina201...e/gf670w_e.pdf

    I find this quite appealing. It's probably going to cost some money though.

    I am pleased that someone is introducing a NEW higher end FILM camera.

    Film is not dead.

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    Re: Something from Photokina for Film Lovers

    I'm debating between this camera and a "classic" MF system.

    Fuji Pros:

    -can shoot different formats
    -compact
    -relatively inexpensive

    Other systems Pros:

    -interchangeable lens
    -interchangeable backs
    -some can shoot different formats as well

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    Re: Something from Photokina for Film Lovers

    Yeah, Fuji gets my vote for most interesting company these days. Both in film and digital, they're doing very interesting things.

    Valentin, it's a tough choice. I shoot the GW690III, and absolutely love it. But at 8 shots per roll, you find yourself wishing for a few preloaded backs, esp in bright daylight. On the other hand, the Fuji is incredibly light to carry and easy to shoot.

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    Re: Something from Photokina for Film Lovers

    The high prices for the original Fujinon interchaeable lens for the g690 series may begin to fall now that there is an option for a more modern camera system.

    Thanks Fuji.


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