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This morning, I spent some time in a small harbour in Utrecht city, the "Veilinghaven". I debated for a while whether I should take the 18mm or 35mm with me on the Fuji X-Pro1. I am glad that I went with the 35mm.
Yes, they were part of an evil regime. But they were kids too. Several of those who were buried there were only 16 or 17 years old, according to the plate with names.
I don't think that these kids were responsible for the atrocities of the Nazi system, even if they were part of it.
Exposure with colour negative film is not that hard ... colour negative film has a lot of headroom, so it's better to overexpose than underexpose. Buy a good light meter, or use the one in your camera, and use some basic rules (e.g. grass often is close to 18% grey).
Even the sunny f/16 rule...
In the last year of WW2, there was harsh fighting in the Teutoburger Wald, between British and German troops. The Teutoburger Wald is an old mountain range with many rock formations, through which the British could only advance very slowly. German soldiers, many of them not even 18 years old...
I don't care about the retro look that much. What I care about is a good button and dials layout, so that I can avoid diving into the menu system. I want to set and check the basic settings by just looking at the camera, without having to look at a LCD screen.