Digital photography is great, but some of us still cling to film. And while Glazer's Camera Supply is happy to sell you the latest megapixel

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Best Place to Talk ASA Instead of ISO

Glazer's Camera Supply

Digital photography is great, but some of us still cling to film. And while Glazer's Camera Supply is happy to sell you the latest megapixel monster, or Photoshop, or memory cards, or a flatbed scanner, the knowledgeable staff knows how to talk ASA and Tri-X, too. Holdout customers who favor 35mm film (or larger formats) aren't made to feel like freaks for their devotion to grain and emulsion. You can still find the chemicals and printing paper here for your home darkroom; and if you should drop your old Nikon F, the shop does repairs, too. A family-run business since 1935, Glazer's also conducts seminars and classes for those seeking to master newfangled photo technologies. (And let's face it, most shooters use both film and digital these days.) Even if you only break out the Leica and Kodak for special occasions, Glazer's helps keeps a traditional art alive. —Brian Miller 430 Eighth Ave. N., 624-1100, glazerscamera.com

 
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