Two things (count them)
1. Sometimes I am most worst. I have a T2i. Shooting long bulb shots as far as I can tell always requires you to hold the shutter button as long as you want the exposure to last. Without a remote shutter release this is hard to do without ruining the shot by slightly shaking the camera on the tripod. There HAS to be some way you can set it so that you press it once when you want it to start and again when you are finished, I just can't figure out what it is. Anybody know anything about this?
2. I found an awesome camera shop that only sells used film cameras. These range in age from earlier this decade to stuff that appears to be turn of the century. Are any of these used cameras worth the time? They are pretty well used if you get what I mean. They seriously have hundreds and hundreds of cameras and lenses. Anybody know some good film bodies/lenses I should look for?
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