When did Kodak discontinue manufacturing 35mm film?

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They still make lots of 35mm film.
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What are the actual measurements of 35mm film?

\n. \n Answer \n. \nThe actual 'image' area of the film measures 36mm x 24mm\n. \n Answer \n. \nThere were three image sizes for 35mm cameras:\n. \n24 x 36 "doub

What is a discontinuous film?

Answer . A film which is not continuous. In other words, there are breaks, gaps or other interruptions in the film. For example, if the material was conductive, a discon

Where is Kodak film manufactured?

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How do you store 35mm film?

Store your film in a cool, dry and dark place. I use a mini beer frigde to store all my film in.

How long was the old 35mm film?

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How do you get film out of a 35mm camera?

To get the film out, if its not already done you will have to wind the film in. Under the camera there should be a small button, press that in. Now, at the top of the camera (

Which part of 35mm film measures 35mm?

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Do you develop 35mm film?

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How do you open the canister of a 35mm film?

There are two ways. (You're talking about the thing you put in the camera, right? That's called a cassette. The "canister" is what the cassette comes in, and you just pop the