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FRONT PAGE  |  1/29/2015
MONDAY, AUG 8, 2005  |  8 comments
Retailer shutters film cameras


Sales of digital cameras now outstrip traditional ones 15-1

The death of traditional film photography moved a step closer yesterday when a big high street retailer announced that it was phasing out 35mm cameras, citing a lack of demand.

Dixons, the market leader, said sales of film cameras had slumped following the arrival of digital technology. Once its current stocks ran out, they would not be replaced.


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News Item8/9/05 12:00 PM
Neil | Tucson  
But one can also manipulate conventional photos using a scanner and Photoshop. And (for example) the advertising industry, tabloids, & school yearbook publishers have been retouching pics long before digital image editing came along.

Anyhow, the problem in journalism is not technology, but integrity (i.e., 9th Commandment). E.g., I recently read that in the '60s, one news organization staged a student protest to make a good headline.

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News Item8/9/05 11:27 AM
RosaMarie  
There is a controversy wrt digital cameras and journalistic integrity. Once we take film and negatives out of photography, the veracity of photojournalism can be called into question. If you do some research on the net, you'll see that some are concerned about digital cameras and their role in news and reporting. Digital cameras make it easier to manipulate the images and without film to 'prove' the original shot, truth may become even easier to conceal.

For personal use, I like mine. I can email pictures to other people without the expense of developing pictures.

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News Item8/8/05 11:52 PM
ck  
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News Item8/8/05 11:29 PM
Mike | New York  
ck,

Digital cameras are a commie plot. I think Rick Warren uses one, too.

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News Item8/8/05 11:21 PM
ck  
well, I used to be with you film lovers, till I bought a Digital rebel XT camera. No film means no waste, you keep the shots you like, you don't have to wait on the lab, instant proofs on a computer or tv screen. the benefits are endless. I am selling my Bronica medium format portrait camera also. 100% digital and love it! check it out here. http://www.foto-unique.com
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News Item8/8/05 9:08 PM
Neil | Tucson  
The need for skill and care will never go away, regardless of the camera. FYI, this pretty worldly photographer has interesting advice on shopping for digital cameras:

www.kenrockwell.com/tech.htm
particularly www.kenrockwell.com/tech/2dig.htm

A digital SLR replacement for my good 'ol Pentax would be nice so I can continue using my lenses, but alas, the Pentax model didn't stack up well vs. Nikon & Canon.

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News Item8/8/05 5:41 PM
Mike | New York  
Agreed. I love my Olympus OMG. 18 years old and takes incredible photos(with a little help from me, of course!)
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News Item8/8/05 5:32 PM
old ways are best  
35mmm takes art and skill.

Digital robs photography of the art and skill.

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