A roll of 135 mm film, can produce a maximum of 40 exposures of photos max, whereas shooting in 12 megapixels using a 2gb memory card can produce approximately 800 photos, depending on format and quality, so anyone of a sound mind would know that using a digital camera is relatively easier and cheaper.
For digital camera, shots can be viewed in real time but for film camera developing the film after shooting may take up to as long as days. There are so many types of digital cameras nowadays, ranging from full frame high-end DSLR to point-and-shoot compact cameras, yet I chose the analogue film camera, a type that is deemed nearly obsolete in today's world. The question is, WHY ?
Some world-renowned professional photographer still use film cameras such as large format, medium format and 35mm SLR, but that isn't the reason I chose to shoot using film.
On top of all that, I am personally addicted to the feeling of anxiety and excitement of waiting for my rolls of films to be developed.
"A CAMERA DIDN'T MAKE A GREAT PICTURE ANYMORE THAN A TYPEWRITER WROTE A GREAT NOVEL"