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My project is for a photography class and I'm studying how light or certain chemicals might distroy 35 mm film while it's still in the camara. > For example, you're told to avoid putting your camara through the > security machines at airports because it could ruin your film. Is it > because of light, something magnetic, or something else? > Is there something specific that would ruin your film (or atleast the > frame) if you took a picture of it? For example, the sun, or something > magnetic or something else? > What causes film to be destoyed while still in the camara? > Thanks
Re: Is it possible to ruin film (35 mm) while still in the camara?
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