Hi. Im just a newbie of film photography. Wanna ask whats the best point and shoot film camera for beginners? A film cam uses AA batteries. Thank youuuuu.
>>3826015hey fren feel free to use anything you like. my first camera literally came out of a cereal box!
>>3826015Unironically the one you have with you. Go to a bunch of thrift stores and/or antique stores and comb through them. Find a camera with a fixed focal length lens (ie, not a zoom) and a larger aperture (f/3.5 good, f/2.8 better). Use that.If you’re looking for a specific model, you’re gonna end up paying out the ass for it on eBay. If you look for a general class of camera at second hand stores, you’ll end up paying about five bucks.
Normal answer:A Fuji X100VVirgin reply:Something by Canon/Sony
>>3826015>Im just a newbie of film photography. Wanna ask whats the best point and shoot film camera for beginners?don't use a point and shoot if you're new you cocked reject get a rangefinder like pic related or maybe an older one without a light meter
pretty much every pns are for beginners, it really depends on your budget and what do you wanna control( shutter speed/aperture/focus )with that being said i actually love the olympus AF10, pretty much a budget mju ii
>>3826015get a bernie sanders camera don't get a fucking pas
>>3826072may i know whats the difference in using zoom and fixed local length lens?actually, im not that quite confident in photography. i just want to try something new - a new hobby. im so sorry. this is so foreign to me.
>>3826015>Im just a newbieAny entry level slr (Nikon F55/F65, Canon EOS 5000/500/3000/300) with basic 28-90mm zoom, optionally a 50mm prime.Start from there and see where it goes.
>>3826858i'd say a 35mm prime on apsc, 50mm gets so cramped and narrow.
>>3826830Zooms usually give up the quality of some property to achieve the ability to zoom, such as corner sharpness or maximum aperture.Unless youre a professional or a hyper enthusiast, you most likely wont care too much.