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  1. Hi, I see that the arri made the 416 as an upgrade to the sr3 specifically so the 416 could accommodate larger lenses without hitting the viewfinder. The problem is the pricing difference between the two cameras is crazy, the 416 being nearly 4x the price used while on average only garnering 2x the price in rentals, I would without hesitation go for the sr3 but the problem is I frequently use larger lenses so if anyone has come up with a solution to use larger lenses like on the 416 but on the sr3 please tell me.
  2. I was having a nice conversation with a camera owner and he mentioned to me, according to conversations he had with other camera folk, that movie film cameras are set to appreciate in the near future and I wanted to post this to get some feedback from the community here. I do agree with him, since these cameras are not being made anymore, film is still available and people enjoy the film look and working with film. These cameras could turn into a nice commodity and maybe hard to get your hands on in the future. Love to hear your thoughts, Alexander
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