I'm in search of affordable film cameras with decent performance quality and durability. I've been recommended the Nikon F3 HP and the Contax T2 by a photographer friend of mine, but he never really got into detail as to why these would be good cameras for a first time film user. Basically I'd like to be able to take pictures that look something like this and this (just saying, but there's a lot of beautiful photos on that blog!!) I've done some research on the F3 and it seems capable of taking somewhat similar shots to the examples in the links, but then again I'm still not sure since I don't really know much about film cameras. My friend kept telling me that the T2 is more for me despite what kind of photos I want to take since it's compact?
What do you guys think? Considering the links I've included, which camera do you think I should go for? Any other recommendations aside form the F3 and T2?
That's all, thank you! :)
I've slightly above basic knowledge of photography cause I've been on and off learning with my sister's Canon 600D and I really try my best to learn more as I go.
I've just been inspired by film photography recently and was hoping to try and have a go with it.