No. You cannot economically convert a film camera to a digital camera.
The digital system is very different and fitting it to an existing film camera is more expensive than buying a new digital camera.
Some of the more expensive professional cameras can change between film and digital backs replacing the film transport with digital technology. The replacement backing includes all the electronics and controls typical of a digital camera of that caliber.
The main difference between a film and digital camera is the fact that a film camera uses film. A digital camera uses a SD card instead of film.
You need to expand your question a bit more. Are you asking about the differences between digital vs. film? That question is being answered in other threads. OR.... Are you asking if you can convert a film camera to digital? The answer to that is yes, sometimes. Personally I would not recommend it, just go buy a digital camera.
the difference is film camera needs a film to capture a picture and digital camera does not need the film to proceed. but it needs only a memory chip to save the captured pictures on it.
Film cameras take the image and print it on to a film strip as digital cameras take the image and virtually mount it to a digital format.
The digital computer camera does not require film to take pictures. Once a picture is taken, it can be downloaded onto a computer to view and print whereas a film camera would need to have their film developed.
digital is , in digital camera , something that stores the picture or video it takes in electronic format instead of to film.
ISO is the equivalent of film speed in a digital camera.
The film (in a non-digital camera)
the digital camera has a card or internal memory and a regular camera has film and no memory once u take the picture the film is gone but the pros to film cameras are the take pictures with a faster shutter time
The CCD is the part of the camera that changes the light that enters the camera into a digital signal that is then saved on the memory card. You can think of it as where the film would be in a regular 35mm film camera.
I prefer film cameras to digital cameras. The pictures look better.
You use it much the same as a film camera except that you don't have to have the film developed.
Because there is no need for a chemical film in a digital camera.
a digital camra uses a memory card.
Is the Minolta's maxxum 5000i a film or digital camera?, is a Film Camera, that has program cards for specific electronic controls for photo's ( sports, close-up, portrait, ect ect
The simplest answer is that a film camera uses light-sensative film and a chemical process to create a photograph while a digital camera uses electronic circuitry to create a computer file of an image.
easy!a digital takes photos, and film take a video, DAAA!
Does not use photographic film.
Its a camera that uses film. Like a digital camera has a memory card. a conventional camera uses the film which you then have to get printed before you can see the image.
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Digital Cameras use Cards And Flash memory to store photos Film Cameras use Film Many Film cameras Need No batteries All digital cameras do Digital Cameras Can Take (Sometimes) Better Photos Than Film Cameras analogue computers use shutter digital camera uses image sensor other than film
Photography using film, rather than a digital camera.
Film Camera is the correct answer.
No. It's a single lens reflex digital camera.
The best feature of the digital camera is that you can view images instantly. They are also easier to use and you have more of a control over the film camera.