What does a film in a camera do?

Answer It stores the pictures so when you choose to get them developed the memory is still there.Compared to a memory stick of which the data could be erased.

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First film camera I need help (NIKON F55 FILM CAMERA)?

1) This film may be salvageable as the exposed film is wound into the cassette, but you don't know how long it's been in there - keep an eye out the next time you go shopping. While any 35mm film ... Read More »

Does a Canon film camera take as good quality picture as a digital camera?

Saints enjoy the blessings of canonization. ( comes from Canon Law and has nothing to do with firearms). some departed souls , not of Saintly merit, yet, are referred to as Blessed or Beata, this i... Read More »

What film is best for minolta maxxum 3xi film camera?

Any 35mm film will be fine. My personal choice for color prints is Kodak Ektar, ISO 100. For general black & white photography I use Ilford XP-2 Super, ISO 400. This and the Ektar are C-41 process ... Read More »

What kind of film does a digital camera use?

Digital cameras don't use film, they either use batteries or you recharge the device by plugging it into your computer, power point etc. If you want to develop the photos, you take the camera to th... Read More »