\na film camera and digital camera are completely different in many ways. a film camera uses a roll of film that must be developed in order for you to see how your picture cam…e out. most photo development centers take about an hour to develop depending on how many roll of film they have to develop. a digital camera on the other hand takes a picture and stores it to a memory card. memory cards can vary in storage space (the more storage the high the price of the memory card) so you can take more pictures that a roll of film and you import the photos straight into your computer and can print them out through your own printer in a matter of minutes. also with a digital photo you can adjust, retouch, remove red eyes on your photos at the push of a button. (MORE)
Instead of the photos being on film, they are saved onto a memory card. This allows you to remove the card, print the photos you want, and re-use the card as much as you want.… Just be sure to not delete any photos that you want to keep on the memory card. (MORE)
It depends on the camera type. For inexpensive "point & shoot" cameras, the main difference is that a film camera takes the picture immediately when you press the button. On s…ome digital cameras, especially the older ones, there is a delay, sometimes up to a second or more, between pressing the button and the camera taking the picture..
With the more expensive SLR cameras, there is no difference in shutter response time between film and digital cameras. Most digital SLR's can take multiple pictures as rapidly as a film camera with a motor drive. (MORE)
All EF series lenses will work on any Canon EOS series SLR, digital or film. EF-S series lenses will NOT work on film SLRS or Full-Frame digital bodies (5D and 1 series). …They only work on 10D-60D, 7D, and Digital Rebels with a cropped (APS-C) sensor. FD series lens are not compatible with EOS bodies. There are adapters available, but these are expensive, hard to find, and have numerous drawbacks. (MORE)
It all depends on the lens mount. New Canon digital cameras accept EF and/or EF-S lenses. Some Canon film cameras use the EF lenses as well, though older cameras used the FD m…ount. If your lens has an FD mount and you would like to use it on a new digital camera, you can purchase a converter and it will work. (MORE)
Canon cameras are an excellent camera company. They have many different formats available, ranging from the digital format to manual cameras. Prices will also range dependent …on features. All manufacturers create different types of cameras to address specific photography needs. Canon, like other manufacturers, regularly upgrades their models. With each upgrade, certain features are improved; however, no camera is flawless, so you should read reviews of specific cameras to identify those features that are most important to you . (MORE)
there taken like a normal camera HOW ELSE WOULD THEY BE TAKEN ? A real Answer: But very simplified The film in the camera is a strip of plastic coated with light sensitiv…e chemicals. This is called photo sensitive. When it is colour film: it is sensitive to three colours. When the camera allows light into the camera it does so for a very precise time and at a very precise focus. The brightness or "amount of light" triggers the chemicals in a degree dependent on the amount. This produces a negative. Think of this as a picture on the plastic with all the colours including black and white reversed. The film must be "developed". This is a process where the chemicals on the film are bathed in a series of chemicals to make the image appear and make it permanent. Then the Negative is "printed" to Photo paper. This is very much like making the negative but on paper in the size you want. For a more detailed description there are several good articles in WIKI-Pedia (MORE)