It's exciting to shoot film, because no filter or plug-in in the world can replicate the magic of real film. It's magic! But when you photography with film, your camera is likely over 20 years old and if you want one of the great metal ones you're probably looking at something 30+ years old. With that type of age, we have a lot to inspect on a camera before we buy it. So how do you buy a used film camera?
In fact, this video answer a whole lot more than just how to buy a camera. I interviewed Chris from Fullerton Cameras and he spoke about the difference between Tamron & Sigma lenses, where you should buy, cleaning the shutter, and so much more. Below you'll see the complete list of items discussed on this video
HOW TO BUY A USED SLR CAMERA
This video is a guide for anyone that wants to buy a used SLR camera and get a great deal on a reliable camera. We cover topics like:
1. The resurgence of film
2. All the basics you should look for when buying a used film camera
3. What are some great models for beginners
4. What are two great lenses for beginners
5. Does camera age matter?
6. How to check camera lens before you buy
7. Should you buy private sale or from the store?
8. Should I buy a used lens online?
9. Shutter cleaning
10. How to check light meters
11. Cost of shooting film photography?
12. What are the best types of film to buy?
13. Medium format and 120 Film
14. Tamron vs. Sigma lenses
15. Camera adaptors
16. and other favorite 35 mm cameras
If you're looking to buy a used digital camera, this is the video for you! Click here and see what Chris from Fullerton Cameras says about buying a used digital camera.
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