13 Responses

  1. What? That is really hard to believe! I wonder what their reasoning is — if they have any! And at a time when film seems to be having somewhat of a revival. We are having a film challenge of on dyxum.com and I’m mildly surprised at the response and how many are actually participating.

    Keep of the great work Stephen. Thank you!

    1. Jean-Yves Mead

      I’d guess that this is as much a marketing exercise as it is a photographic contest; and Nikon sells digital. No reason to promote film, and every reason not to.

  2. I have one Canon g12 and a digital studio camera. But I do all of my personal work on b&w film. All formats inc 8 x 10. Digital is for convenience only. Fight on.

  3. Jordi

    It’s making its rounds around the community…

    I shoot film alongside digital (m43 and cellphone) and lately I’ve been shifting a lot towards more film and cellphone use instead of m43 digital.
    Nowadays cameraphones are much more of a threat to them rather than film, at least in the P&S sector. Initially I was skeptical at what cellphones could do but I ended liking the experience.

  4. Absolute lunacy. I do not enter contests, period. But, what if I did want to shoot with my Nikon F, F2, F3, or FE2, and enter? These are all cameras that were part of Nikon’s legacy to professionals and advanced amateurs. Makes no sense at all. Ironically, I had Nikon install a new light meter LCD panel into my F3. They will service one of their legends, with parts still available for it, but I cannot use it to enter their contest. Yet another reason not to enter any contests.

  5. Steven Lawrence

    Perhaps it is because there is no exif data with a film scan or slide or negative. I shoot film about 2/3 of the time and I love it as a medium.

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