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35mm Cameras

In this increasingly electronics-oriented world, a few traditionalists remain. Although digital cameras have almost entirely taken over photography, there are a few film cameras still out there. The 35mm camera, the mainstay of photography for decades, continues in use, and if you're a film camera traditionalist, Overstock.com is the place to get a great price on this classic favorite.
Some of you want the best of both worlds, the latest in consumer electronics and traditional photography, and you buy both a 35mm SLR camera and a digital SLR camera. This can be a good thing because cameras from the same maker will probably use the same lenses. This saves a lot of money (especially at Overstock.com) and a lot of space in camera bags. In fact, you may save enough money to pick up a few more neat little camera accessories while you're visiting. If not, come back soon, because Overstock.com is here to stay and here to save.
There are many good reasons to use a 35mm camera. Film cameras form an image on a thin plastic sheet (35mm wide, hence the name) coated with a silver compound. The resolution is still superior to a digital camera because the pixels in film are silver-halide grains, some as small as four molecules. Modern 35mm cameras can also shoot high speed, low light films, as well as infrared or many other specialty films that digital cameras, for now, cannot. Of course, film cameras, like digital cameras, are APS cameras, automatic point and shoot. The camera does much of the technical work, selecting light level, focus, flash, etc. It's a convenience many people appreciate almost as much as the low prices they find at Overstock.com.

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