is that analog or is it the digital that's supposed to look analog. I heard about one that looks just like the old film camera but is really digital, it just happens to have those fstop and such things on it
This one is quite analog, it doesn't even need batteries to operate. I believe this Canon was purchased in the mid 70s, and its in pretty good shape. Although, I would love to see a digital that looks like this one. I have heard about this one company that will take your favorite slr and convert the body to digital with custom sensors and specs...
I may have let the shooting camera focus more on the FT to bring out the detail of the F-Stop and/or speed settings considering the ball is of decent size but indeed this is a clear shot.
AE-1, AV-1, T-70 are my weapons of choice in 35mm when I can afford the film and developing but I've been in the digital world too long that I enjoy shooting hundreds of photos at a time - but that doesn't rule out the big SLR's for special occaisions.