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33 minutes ago, CSGreene said:

A LOT.

Would you say more or less 15,000 pics? Just curious as the last time i've used film was in 2002 when i got my first digital camera.

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What's the point of your questions?  To justify spending $7000+ on a camera that might not last more than 10 years?

You can answer your own questions by doing the math yourself.  But if you're buying film, processing yourself, and scanning it for posting online, I'd say around 35000 images or more.  That's assuming you already own a film camera.  If you load film in bulk, you're probably closer to 50000 images.

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2 hours ago, CSGreene said:

What's the point of your questions?  To justify spending $7000+ on a camera that might not last more than 10 years?

I simply don't recall how expensive film can be. I don't take photos for my job anymore but i easily take more than 5,000 pics per year and i cannot imagine how i could spend less than $ 0.5 per shot and probably more with film, so the way you calculate 50,000 shots is a total mystery for me sorry. Never mind my intent was not to bother you in any way :cool:. 

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No worries, just having a conversation.  I should add, I shoot mostly digital, just not with Leica.  I use Fujis.  I like that I can put my M mount 5cm DR Summicron on any of my Fuji cameras with an inexpensive adapter.

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