Film Camera


Clarification: A film camera refers to a kind of camera that captures images through using the film that is sensitive to light. Meanwhile, a digital model uses an image processor which is sensitive to light to capture images. While digital bits are used to store digital camera information, a visible piece of film is to store the information from a film model.

Film models has accounted for the basic type of camera since the beginning of photography. Nowadays, while digital models have become more and more popular, the market share of film models has been considerably reduced.

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