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On Oct 25, 2017, Tony Cooper wrote
(in article<>):

> While this isn't directly related to photography, it will be
> interesting to some here.
> There are those here who can't understand why someone would be
> interested in still doing film photography or developing their own
> film. Those still shooting film, though, have an appreciation for the
> "old way" and an admiration of the mechanics involved.
> The video is about a guy who has a similar appreciation and admiration
> in a somewhat related area.

Yup! That was interesting.

Old technology is always interesting, just think of steam engines, or