Life Begins at 40

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My first ever camera of note, was a camera from Fuji Photo Film Co., the Fujica ST801

http://tinyurl.com/kefcehw

It was great camera that I dragged along to as many lonely walks as I could remember.

It was released in 1972.

It has some great features (including an LED light meter), was compact (relatively) and handsome (subjectively).

 

Now there is this from Fujifilm.

http://tinyurl.com/ntzv9ka

So packed with features that I would bore you with them.

And to think what has been achieved in 40 years of photography and camera manufacturing.

 

I predict that photography will not be taken over by wearable electronics or implants in our eyes. It will always be a tactile and visual art of individualistic self expression…

 

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