Film Cameras

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Digital Photography - Comparison With Film Photography - Equivalent Features
... Image noise / grain Noise in a digital camera's image is remarkably similar to film grain in a film camera ... At high ISO levels (film speed) the grain/noise becomes more apparent in the final image ... Although film ISO levels can be lower than digital ISO levels (25 and 50 respectively), digital settings can be changed quickly according to requirements ...
Kodak - Products and Services - Former - Still Film Cameras
... On January 13, 2004, Kodak announced it would stop marketing traditional still film cameras (excluding disposable cameras) in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, but would ... By the end of 2005, Kodak ceased manufacturing cameras that used the Advanced Photo System ... Kodak licensed the manufacture of Kodak branded cameras to Vivitar in 2005 and 2006 ...
Digital Versus Film Photography - Convenience and Flexibility
... reasons for the widespread adoption of digital cameras ... With film cameras, a roll is usually completely exposed before being processed ... When the film is returned it is possible to see the photograph, but most digital cameras incorporate a liquid crystal display that allows the image to be viewed immediately after capture ...
Canon EOS DSLR Cameras - EOS Cameras - Film Cameras
... This is a list of the 35 mm Film and APS Canon EOS models in order of introduction Model (US) Model (Europe) Model (Japan) Release date EOS 650 EOS 650 EOS 650 March 1987 EOS 620 EOS ...

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