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Well, I responded to a FreeCycle post for 4 free expired rolls of 200 speed 35mm film. I picked it up and it is for APS cameras.
Kodak Advantix High Definition 25exp 200 Film


Anyone have an APS camera?
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
Better question, does anyone even still develop APS?
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No clue, but it is up for grabs.
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Drew C 10 years ago
yes, first photo develops it... duluth camera doesnt (they send it here) good luck finding someone to dump it off onto tho
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Hmmm, I could dump it in the trash.
I am surprised Jason doesn't have some off the wall crazy ass awesome idea for it.

Is it the same size as 35mm in a different shaped spool? I am doubitng that, but thought I would ask.
If so, could it be re-spooled in a 35mm roll and shot? Maybe That could produce shitty awesome stupid results?
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I ripped a canister apart, it is waaaaay smaller than 35mm film.

The garbage says it needs film, so i passed it on.
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
I'm guessing no sprocket holes, too. Right?

In the later years, Kodak introduced a lot of formats with way smaller film (I'm looking @ you photo disc) that were supposed to be more "technologically advanced".

Jason
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
I ripped a canister apart, it is waaaaay smaller than 35mm film.

Yeah. I pretty much credit APS for making the mid-90's to early 00' in my family's snapshot timelime as being more or less fuzzy memories.

My favorite APS trick was where you could set the frame to shoot in panoramic mode. Only, it didn't actually stretch across multiple frames to be a true panoramic. It just cropped the the top & bottom of the frame to increase the aspect ratio and use even less of the negative for resolution, then was printed extra large and cost you even more then a 4x6 print! So basically, their "advanced technology" was to just spare you from having to use scissors.
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