Panasonic GF1. Compact and small. No really a SLR but performs like one.
As far as digital I've had both Nikon and Kodak. I prefer Nikon.
Definitely it has to be the Polaroid. The most popular types to use self-developing film were formerly made by Polaroid Corporation. The purpose of instant cameras served its usage for ID cards, passport photos, ultrasound photos, and other uses which required an instant photo. With the advent of digital photography, much of the instant camera's consumer appeal has been transferred to the digital cameras. Even most passport photo cameras have gone to digital, leaving instant cameras to a niche market.
by Catherine Tally 5 years ago
Do you think the Polaroid camera should be brought back into use?Digital cameras have done away w/ the need for film, but there is still no on- the- spot "hard copy" like that of the Polaroid print.Should the system be re-introduced to the photography market?
by eranda100 6 years ago
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by John Lyons 16 months ago
Looking pre-digital? Which camera did you love and which type of film?As a "pro" I'm entirely digital but still look back with joy to my medium-format Bronica ETRSi. I loved using B&W Ilford FP4 which was very grainy
by Wanderlust 8 years ago
Best Small Digital Cameras - Digital Cameras Review
by Linda Liebrand 6 years ago
What entry level digital SLR camera would you recommend and why?
by Keith James Kennedy 6 years ago
Who makes a better instant print camera, Fuji or Polaroid?
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