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Film vs Digital Reason 7: No processing costs
Camera and lens costs still mean that photography isn’t the cheapest hobby in the world, but at least now there’s no need to pay for film and processing. Once you’ve bought a camera and a decent capacity memory card these days you can shoot hundreds of images at no extra cost. You can pay an average of £10 for every 36 shots you take with a film camera.
Film vs Digital Reason 8: Quick results
Unlike film images that need to be developed before you can see them, digital files can be viewed almost instantly after they’re captured on a digital camera. And thanks to modern Wi-Fi networks they can be sent around the globe within a few seconds.
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on Saturday, June 29th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography for Beginners.
Tags: beginner tips, film photography, retro photography