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  1. I’m sure they’re trying their best to channel the African Queen in that trailer also
  2. @Fargo Buy it second hand. CEX in particular seem to be awash with A6000 at the moment and offer a two year guarantee with them. You can get one with the 16-50 for £290. Alternatively the A6300 with 16-50 is £530 second hand
  3. @Loik V credern You ok hun?
  4. Ste_S

    The Jazz Thread

    There appears to be a fair few Blue Note vinyl re-releases recently and picked this up today. Partly for the amazing cover, but mostly because I didn't really know Herbie outside of Headhunters and Rockit. Needless to say this is great
  5. Scud Race Sega Rally 1&2 Daytona 1&2 Ridge Racer series Outrun C2C Metropolis Street Racer/Project Gotham Racing
  6. Disagree, I think it's fine. It sounds like a 90's af film camera when it focuses, but apart from that I have no issues with it.
  7. Pfft Atari 400/800 please. The C64 version was a port. Loved Dropzone.
  8. I like those. Funnily enough was just browsing David Burnett's Holga photos which i've not seen before. https://www.davidburnett.com/gallery.html?gallery=Holga+Eye&folio=Galleries&vimeoUserID=&vimeoAlbumID=#/0
  9. Or alternatively they've run out of money and the keyboard is just a smoke screen for the delay whilst they try to get additional funding to enable them to release it.
  10. Not knowing much about it . Regardless, looks amazing.
  11. @Scratchy Bollock It depends I guess ? I've never really progressed beyond phone apps when needing to meter for long(er) exposures, and that was long before I learnt about reciprocity failure charts. This was phone metered
  12. I'd definitely go down the second hand route if you were considering Fuji on a budget. I buy all my cameras second hand, with MPB and CEX both been good on returns when the cameras have turned out to be duds. Ffordes (I've bought a lot of film camera gear from them, recommended) have a X-T20 with 16-50 for £500 https://www.ffordes.com/p/SOR-18-021278/mirrorless-fuji-x/x-t20-16-50mm-xc-silver
  13. Just as a counter point I'd go and have a look in your local Jessops, John Lewis etc. Half the thing for me with cameras is the ergonomics. Sony A6000 is a solid choice. At the cheaper end there's the Panasonic GX80, at the more expensive end there's Fuji's like the X-E and X-T series. Going second hand from somewhere like MPB, CEX, Ffordes, LCE (where you get a guarantee) opens up more options. Edit - Given that you mention street photography, I'd recommend a second hand Fuji (X-E1, X-E2. X-T1, X-T10, X-T20) as they offer minimum shutter speed on Auto-ISO. It's invaluable for street, and is something Panasonic, Olympus or Sony don't offer in that price range.
  14. Pacific Rim: Uprising / Independence Day: Resurgence; for similar reasons. Star Wars: The Phantom Menace / The Last Jedi The Hobbit films (although I've subsequently warmed to them, slightly).
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