When it comes to choosing a film camera, there are a few key factors to consider. Here are some tips to help you make the right choice:
Decide on your budget: Film cameras can range in price. Determine how much you are willing to spend and look for options within your price range.
Think about the film format: There are several different film formats available, including 110, 35mm, medium format (120), even instant has different formats. 35mm is the most common format used, but medium format offers higher image quality. You can read more about film formats here.
Think about the types of photography you want to do: Different film cameras are better suited to different types of photography. For Example. if you're interested in landscape photography, you may want a camera with a wide-angle lens.
- Think about which camera you think is cool: Basically, if you think your camera is 'cool', if you really love your camera, it will make you want to use it more, get better at it. This is something important, yet often overshadowed by functionalities. Video by GxAce.
Ultimately, the right film camera for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences. By considering these factors, we hope you can make a better informed decision. Happy shooting!