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Old Aug 30, 2013, 12:46 PM   #26
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Thankfully, there's no rule that says one camera has to be great for everything, since that's not really possible, or that you have to use or have only one camera for everything, which would be no fun. It turns out that "better" is highly contextual. Sure, the RB67 is a better camera than an Agfa Clack, but sometimes the Clack is what I want to use. Though, I have to admit, when you get up to nine or ten, keeping them all in use gets to be an issue. And shelf space. Shelf space starts to be an issue.
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