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  • Sobe203
    Airport X-Ray Surveillance; Film Wreckage
    by Sobe203
    Hey everyone,
    I'm going to the Bahamas and want to take both land and snorkling shots. I'll be using a Canon Powershot A620 for land pics. For underwater, I'll probably go with the Fuji QuickSnap Waterproof. It has a film speed of 800.

    Just wondering what the chances are the...
    09-18-2006, 07:07 PM
  • irshgrlkc
    MAJOR Idiot Moment: Film vs. Negatives
    by irshgrlkc
    I am almost too embarrased to post this, but here goes...

    I'm home sick today and thought I would do some of those things I've meant to do, but just hadn't the time to do because they were so tedious.

    Having recently purchased a scanner with the ability to scan negatives,...
    07-05-2006, 04:11 PM
  • RobertaHofmann
    Need advice unexposed film
    by RobertaHofmann
    A few months ago I got two blank rolls of film from my Canon Elan, spaced 4-5 rolls apart. Five rolls of film were perfectly exposed; two were totally unexposed. I figured the camera was getting old and I did not want to put the money into it, so I bought a new Canon Elan 7. I took about 20 perfectly...
    07-30-2006, 05:01 AM
  • jim1971
    getting images off 8mm film
    by jim1971
    ive come across some 8mm film and was wondering how i go about transfering some of the frames off the film into some digital still shots? im probably going to answer my own question right now,but should i be thinking about using a scanner that is able to scan negatives/slides?

    the reason...
    07-11-2005, 04:47 PM
  • lmholt
    fake film neg framing
    by lmholt
    Hi, I've seen these digital shots which have a fake film info framing - these ones for the pro400h - I was wondering if anyone knew what program these are from -does vsco give you the framing around the image when you select one of the film filters to go over an image? these ones have quite a film look...
    02-04-2017, 07:18 AM