Friday Jun 11, 2021

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Medium Format Is Unnecessary. Can

We All Agree

to Just Stick With 35mm?

I'm a big fan of digital, but I came over to medium format very recently because of the fidelity it can resolve, but I…
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By James Madison
fstoppers.com

I'm a big fan of digital, but I came over to medium format very recently because of the fidelity it can resolve, but I am jealous of the 35mm shooters with th affordable film stocks and the compact sizes!! I would really like to test the resolution on a high quality 35mm film vs a cheap expired 120 film, and see how drastic the resolution difference is, because it might not be as significant as I'd like to think. This brings me to the primary point I’d like to make: if you are going to shoot film, I would suggest sticking with 35mm film and leaving medium format out of it. Years ago, prior to the recent rise in the popularity of film photography, medium format cameras were still quite cheap and affordable, so much so that when I once considered selling the Mamiya RB67 I inherited, the….

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