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Film cam off the front now picture is oddly colored

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If your TV looks 3D, warped, or distorted it likely has a convergenge problem.
If however it just looks dull, washed out, redish, greenish, or blueish or if it looks like objects on the screen have halos the fluid in the lens has soured.
You can search google for parts or you can get the parts with repair instructions from sites such as www.TvRepairKits.com

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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How Much Resolution is on Film?


Actual film resolution is dependent on the size of the grains of the light-sensitive emulsion used to coat the film. Generally speaking, the larger the grains, the 'faster' the film will be, meaning that it will react to light more quickly and you can take pictures in conditions were lower light levels are present.
When I was using 35mm film cameras, I could use Kodak Tri-X film with an ISO rating of 400 to take low light pictures in black and white. The grain of the photos was not the best, but I could get pictures that might otherwise be difficult to take successfully.
The 'gold standard' for color pictures was Kodachrome slide film, with an ISO rating of 25. It had a very small grain color emulsion, which allowed very fine detail to be recorded by the film, but the slow reaction speed of the color emulsion to light meant the objects needed to be lit by the sun or high-intensity artificial light to photography correctly.

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When you were scanning, did you set the scan selection to scan negatives ?

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Olympus om-1 i have had for 3 years and never got it out till now to take pictures up on stage of my grandchildren so really need a answer ASAP for tomorrow night what kind of film thanks and God Bless....


The OM-1 uses standard 35mm film. You can use black-and-white, color print, or color slide film. Color print film should be available at most drugstores. A good camera store will have all types of film.

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Which film in nikon f3?


The Nikon F3 uses standard 35mm film, also known as 135. The type of film you use is up to you. You can use black&white film, color transparency (color slides), or color negative (color prints). Prints are generally cheaper than slides but slide films generally produce better results, and prints can be made from slides. You can also make black&white pictures from color films, though obviously you can't go the other way.
These films are available in a variety of speeds. Faster films let you shoot in lower light and/or with a faster shutter speed for stopping action, but slower films have finer grain. Different films also have different color properties. No film (or digital sensor, for that matter) reproduces every color exactly. You may need to experiment in order to see which film gives you the colors you like for the types of pictures you like to take.

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The first time i got my film developed the pictures came out nicely. the second time the film came out off colored, it was more pink then normal. the third time the film came out off colored, the color...


Either the development house you took it to is not reliable, you're shooting out of date film, or in bad light.

Remember that film is designed only to look good in sunlight outside. They sell colored filters you can place on the front of your camera if you need to shoot inside without the colors looking off.

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I dropped off several rolls of film to be developed from my nikon 35mm slr. the photos came back with an odd almost tan tint and the colors were dull and wrong. could this be a problem with the camera or...


Slide or negative film? Is the coloring wrong just on the prints? If so, it could be that they just screwed up printing. I'd take the prints back and demand a new set--or my money back.

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Maxxum camera no color


I think your camera had a microchip in it that changes modes. I could be wrong, I can't remember exactly what model it was. Take the chip out or reset it in the menu. How old is the film you are using? There is some film that is color film but a black and white emulsion. That can be developed in color processing.

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Pictures have brown instead of color look, why


You have a bad film pack. Replacing the film pack with a new one should fix the problem. Nothing in the camera can change the color of a picture. The camera can over expose pictures (wash out the picture), under expose pictures (dark pictures), or the picture can be out of focus (blurry).

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Film is not developing


It's hard to tell without looking at the film itself, and it would help to know what type of film you are using (black and white? color?). My guess would be a light leak. If the film is exposed to any light, that results in a black picture, possibly blotches of color. Either you opened the camera before you rolled the film back into the canister (unlikely), or your camera is responsible for the light leak, in which case, you will have to bring it to a repair shop.

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