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Film has more sex appeal 260 94.89%
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Old 05-20-2013   #11
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my rolleiflex gets a lot of attention from females, i'd have to say film. i've never once been chatted up by a girl when carrying a digital camera (ah, the epson r-d1 is an exception, but it looks like film)
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