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costs about 400$ per minute of footage to shoot and process real film
Camera in the film will store images so that it can be developed.
Create a photograph.
Each type of camera is different. The loading procedures vary for auto-loading 35MM"s ( still in production!), older take-up type 35MMs and differing camera calibers. Polaroid… Pack Cameras were easy to load one slid in a film pack- withdrew a black cardboard-paper sheet - and went to business! Instamatic were also instant-loading in this sense- drop it in- but have been obsolete since l985.
The film speed rating for black and white film is determined by A the size of the silver halide crystals in the emulation B the shutter speeds of the camera C the film base?
Are we doing your homework? It's A), and it's emulsion, not emulation
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.
a camera film contains carbon and hydrogen. two minerals
It's how sensitive the film is to the light. Which is measured in ISO. If you use a film camera. The film box should say what ISO it is. If you have a digital camera, you can …adjust it in certain modes in the menu. For more details you can check out http://www.geofflawrence.com/photography_tutorial_ISO_film_speed.htm
does the thing that the filmm is supposed to do
Speed cameras is a shortened version for Speed Trap Cameras which are fixed or mobile cameras used by the police or councils to take pictures of vehicles travelling above the …speed limit and thereby prosecute them for speeding
Well films or movies are made from cameras so cameras are not films technically
Either how much light there is OR whether the subject will be moving relatively fast.
a camera film securely keeps the photos you take in it's memory. that is why you always should have either a memory card, or a film. (depends on what kind of camera you have)….
ISO is the equivalent of film speed in a digital camera.