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  1. Martin says

    That’s great! Beta was the best. I’m sure you know, professional Beta was used in production until quite recently.

    • says

      Yeah, it was good to see. Not to mention the looks he got.

      I didn’t know that to be honest until I did a quick search for some background info. Came as something of a surprise.

  2. says

    I still treasure my Linn LP12 Sondek record player for music and use a lot of film for photography. I sort of understand the looks the guy got as I think I get some of the same looks especially when I take my Pentax 67II medium format camera for a spin: The sound of the mirror flipping up makes people jump :-)

    • says

      That’s funny. They must wonder what’s going on! But yeah, I understand the attachment. Not as though you are losing any quality with film either. Or indeed music. Quite the opposite.

  3. Willy says

    A few diehards.. the march of technology… I feel the pain that the Japanese tech giants are going through at the moment.
    I remember the same sort of phenomenon viz the digital vs analogue thing a couple of decade or so in the past…then again, I have a mate who does gigs in public with a wind-up gramophone and old 78′s playing dixie and stuff… a seriously retro dude…

    • says

      Yes. Sony, Panasonic and Sharp are in huge trouble. They just haven’t moved quick enough. Or have done so in the wrong direction. At the same time though, I do think we’ve reached a point where the retro and the ultra-modern can sit happily together. Best of both worlds really.

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