Question about Cameras
Yes, the film and cameara compatible.
With point and shoot cameras you need to be a bit more careful about the type of film you choose. The Higher the number, the more sensitive it is to light.
If you are going to be shooting outdoors in bright sunshine, a 100 or 200 film is preferable. 400 and 800 films are better suited to indoors or low-light conditions. This doesn't mean that you can't use a 800 film outdoors, but if you do the pictures might be a bit over-exposed which will result in the colours looking a bit washed out when you get your pictures back.Likewise, if you use a 100 film indoors or at night, the pictures can look a bit dark.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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