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  1. I have decided to enter the realm of film. I am a horticulturist/landscaper and I will be shooting plants and landscapes (no further than a 'street scene') SO, I would like: single frame/cable release cabability Electronic Stellar resolution and durability (In case it falls off a mini tripod when shooting a rock or leaf- I don't want the camera to shatter into a million pieces. Also I live in wyoming and the wind blows something fierce so it can't be a dust magnet) approx 100.00 for a camera lenses and lens caps I decided against 8mm because the 11sec/roll of film would drive me nuts it seems that for: resolution and detail I would want a 16mm for portability I would want an 8mm What i've read so far recommend Bolex and Canon Any thoughts? Thanbks
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