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Digital cameras

Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by porkar, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. porkar

    porkar New Member

    How do you put the film in these new digital cameras?
  2. ezepietro

    ezepietro (。◕‿◕。)

    Is not recommended to mix film with digital,
    but you can ... use a 35mm film camera and a scanner.
  3. Rollyco

    Rollyco Team Tomoe


  4. ane-san

    ane-san snow queen

    can you be more specific about what "new" digital camera you are talking about? Because if it`s digital,it doesn`t use film but memory card (as shown above in Rollyocs post),if it does use film then it`s analog,not digital camera.
  5. aquamarine

    aquamarine I Know Better Than You

    You open the slot where the battery goes, jam the raw film in there. Don't worry about turning off the lights, the film will still be good no-matter what. Then jam the battery in there ontop of it. If the latch breaks off, it just means that you aren't pushing hard enough.
  6. Ceewan

    Ceewan Famished

    aquamarine you are ruthless. Don't ever stop being you.

    Us old fogies have a hard time in the new digital age. I still do not own and haven't used a digital camera, ( exception: I did use the one on a cell-phone I had but I never bothered to transfer the images or print them out).

    What I think porkar wants to know is how to extract a photo from the digital camera. Having no experience myself I must turn to google:

    source, (this link also offers alternative methods and tips):
  7. porkar

    porkar New Member

    I think 'aquamarine' is the only 1 who 'gets it' :pandalaugh:
  8. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    Ah, if only Kodak had figured this out.. :pandalaugh:
  9. porkar

    porkar New Member

    Kodak did figure it out but seemed to have "dropped the ball" and fell behind others.
  10. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    And now, out of business it seems.. :study:
  11. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    I did upgrade my Nikon a bit back.. I had the old D40, and sold it for $250.00 USD, and picked up a 3100 for $349.00

    Worked up fine..:study:
  12. aquamarine

    aquamarine I Know Better Than You

    How do you like your 3100? What's good about it? What is it lacking?
  13. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    I upgraded primarily because the 3100 will shoot HD video and the D40 did not..
    Nikon has the quality and feature set I thought I needed.. Nikon even allows firmware upgrades if needed.. (Not many do that) It shoots Raw, excels at HDR and the exposure meter is a lot smarter than I am..:pandalaugh:
  14. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

  15. Kumi3

    Kumi3 Flaccid Member

    They screwed up with photo-copying as well.
  16. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    Last year @ CES in Vegas, Kodak was there with film printing kiosks. WTF were they thinking?

    Gone now..
  17. aquamarine

    aquamarine I Know Better Than You

    Last I heard (few weeks back), Kodak is getting out of filing for bankruptcy and coming back with something or other. Most likely another printing service.
  18. voltesv

    voltesv Well-Known Member

    what is the best point and shoot camera now? best colors? i got a canon s95 and thinking of updating
  19. aquamarine

    aquamarine I Know Better Than You

    The best is the Flazappolino. It's amazing.
  20. voltesv

    voltesv Well-Known Member

    huh? what is that?