#saveanalogcameras Campaign Livestream Event
I have teamed up with Cameraventures.com and hit the road to be part of a livestream event being held in Tampere, Finland. You can join us through the wonders of the internets and be part of the discussion.
Juho and the the Cameraventures.com team have finally been able to go through all the +7500 answers they received from the #Saveanalogcameras survey. Thanks to your active participation we have now a pretty good idea of the analog situation in most countries and have made public an in depth study of the situation.
This is the biggest source of information publicly available online about the film community and industry, and we are happy to share it with you.
Unlike wine, cameras aren’t getting any better over the years so we must take action now to prepare their future. There’s no simple solution to that situation and even if the last year has been encouraging for the film community, there’s still a lot to be done if we want to save a maximum of analog cameras.
Juho – CameraVentures.com – and me – JapanCameraHunter.com – will present an insight of the future of analog cameras, during a livestream, and also discuss 5 important topics based on the survey’s results.
1. Who is still shooting film?
2. Where do people buy their film, develop and scan them?
3. Where do people get their cameras repaired?
4. Where do people prefer to buy their analog cameras?
5. What does the future of analog photography looks like?
We’ll also have time for some Q&A and you can start posting your questions now on Twitter or using #saveanalogcameras.
Emulsive will be taking questions on Twitter https://twitter.com/EMULSIVEfilm and he will passing on questions to us during the livestream, so you can send him your questions using the hashtag.
We look forward for your participation in this first event of its kind!
The event will be livestreaming on the 22nd or September at the following time:
9:30 PM MUMBAI
11 PM BANGKOK
We hope you can join us and be part of the future of film photography.
JCH and The Analog Cameras Rescue Team