What kind of film does a Canon T50 use?
Learn more about free returns….Canon T50 SLR Camera 35mm Kit with Canon FD 50MM 1:1.8 lens.
|Film Format Type||35mm|
|Item Weight||1.43 Pounds|
How old is the Canon T50?
The Canon T50, introduced in March 1983 and discontinued in December 1989, was the first in Canon’s new T series of 35mm single-lens reflex cameras compatible with Canon’s FD lens mount.
Is the Canon T50 manual?
Since the T50 is programmed to select and set the best aperture/shutter speed combination for you automatically, you will not have to worry about making any manual settings. Gently press the shutter button halfway to check for correct exposure.
What film does the Pentax MZ 50 use?
The MZ-50 takes the standard 35 mm film and through experimenting with different films, I have found it be a versatile camera. The MZ-50 is a great camera for those who are starting out with a film SLR. It is functional and uncomplicated, making it easy to use for beginners.
How do I change the shutter speed on my Canon T50?
You can’t adjust the shutter speed manually, but if not faulty the T50 is a very capable automatic camera, and much underated IMHO. Two things to check – is the lens set on A – otherwise the shutter speed defaults to 1/60 sec – but even so this ought not to be slow enough to cause major shake.
What kind of film does a Pentax ZX 50 use?
Pentax ZX-50 35mm Camera Body
|Film Type||35mm roll|
|Flash System||Pentax TTL (Film Cameras)|
|Focus Type||Autofocus (camera motor)|
Is a Pentax MZ-50 a good camera?
What happens if you accidentally open the back of a film camera?
Only the film that is outside of the canister will have been exposed to daylight ( ruined ) when you opened the camera. So any film inside the canister will be fine.
What can I do with old 35mm film cameras?
What to Do With Your Old Camera? Here Are Six Ideas
- Donate to Schools.
- Donate to Charities.