Many brands did not survive the transition to digital, but their cameras are still around.
Canon, Leica, Nikon, Sony. Anyone who’s spent time behind the lens is familiar with the modern juggernauts of photography. But decades ago, in the heyday of film, the field was much different. Here, we take a trip down memory lane with the brands that haven’t made it to the present day in anything close to their original form, but are still worth remembering (and even buying from) today.
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