35mm film

35mm film

(35 millimeter film) The standard photographic film format for analog single lens reflex (SLR) still cameras and motion picture cameras. Dating back to the first quarter of the 20th century, the 35mm format has mostly given way to digital still and video technologies. The 35mm film frame is 36 x 24mm, and high-end digital SLR (DSLR) and video cameras use sensors of equivalent size (see crop factor). See analog film, Advanced Photo System and digital cinema.


35mm Camera and Film
In 2015, Fujifilm was still selling 35mm film rolls as well as 35mm disposable cameras.
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A debate is raging in the film world about the merits of shooting movies on 35mm film versus digital cameras.
Pola manager Richard Thacker said switching from 35mm film to digital costs PS130,000 per cinema and his finances will only allow its sister cinema in Newtown to go digital.
The multiplex, which opened in April 2001 had shown 35mm film as standard for the last 11 years but Cineworld general manager Paul Williams said the switch to digital will create a better experience for viewers.
With a space-saving 3-way design, the CanonScan LiDE 700F -- which replaces the CanoScan 4400F delivers rapid, high-quality scanning of documents, photos and 35mm film.
The Epson Perfection 3490 Photo is able to scan either 35mm film or three mounted slides at a time, using the film holders provided.
Kodak still plans to market traditional 35mm film and Advantix film as well as disposable, single-use cameras.
The deal broadens the New York-based company's commercial base for its proprietary technology called DMR, under development since the late 1990s, that converts 35mm film to the IMAX format.
At the moment movies shot digitally are transferred to rolls of 35mm film and sent to cinemas to be run on projectors.
We will not even discuss the transformations of 35mm film to IMAX stereoscopy, which has 10 times the resolution or detail compared to 35mm.
The Finecam S3 utilizes the latest in digital technologies to captures images rivaling conventional 35mm film.
Together with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, we are giving away a copy of the film, a video of how it was made, a 35mm film cell, eight stills, original production notes and a full-length script.
IMAX DMR (Digital Re-mastering) makes it possible for virtually any 35mm film to be transformed into the unparalleled image and sound quality of The IMAX Experience.