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 What is the difference between a film and digital camera?

Answer A digital camera (or digicam) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.A film camera is a camera that takes still p... Read More »
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What is the difference between a film camera and a digital camera?

Short answer: film camera's use the old film canisters and have to be developed (taken to the store). Digital cameras use memory to store the images, and can be uploaded to your computer/ipod/etc.L... Read More »
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What the Difference between digital camera flash and film camera flash?

Mostly trigger voltage is different.Older film flashes used higher voltages, which if used with newer digital cameras can fry the sensitive circuitry in it.A good practice to follow would be to buy... Read More »
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My wife bought me a Canon T1i digital camera, my old camera is a Minolta 330 RZ 35mm film camera?

With a little information you can take GREAT pictures at your sons little league games.See the link below for info from Canon. They have a good website. Try looking at your owner's manual and other... Read More »
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I want to get my gf a digital camera for Christmas but I can't find any digital film to go with it?

Sadly, when I got my first digital camera as a gift, I went out looking for film. Thankfully, the nice young men who worked the counter explained it all to me...and they didn't really laugh at me a... Read More »
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