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FinePix S5200
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Kids R Us camera by yankeedog Kids R Us camera by yankeedog
Over the years, I've collected a few cheap plastic cameras just for the fun of it. This actually works. I'll have to run a roll of film through it and see what we get. I wasn't able to find anything on the web about the camera, but I think I have the box and the instructions for it somewhere.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Professional
YeeeeeeeeeeeeHaaaaaaaaw

What fun
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
LOL! Thanks Bear!
-Yd
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NeuBild Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
how much megapixel? ;)
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
HahaHa! I was trying to remember the number that my father-in-law told me years ago that 35mmfilm worked out to in MP's, 36 MP seems to come to mind. He was comparing his Nikon F2 with my 3.2 MP Olympus point and shoot. I looked around on the net and there are various formulas, but I'm guessing with Walmart 35mm film, maybe 2-3 MP at best! :-)
-YD
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LancelotPrice Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
I seem to recall that I calculated long ago that with Kodachrome II [ASA 25 as they used to name the speed], it would have been 18 megapixels, assumimg the lens was sharp enough. I was using an F/1.4 Nikkor as my basic lens at the time. I'm pretty sure my 300 MM F/4.5 could not deliver any such number, even though it was a fine lens.
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
Quality optics would be a big factor in the equation. I'm thinking as well, that the quality of the scanner and the scan dpi are factors too.
-YD
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LancelotPrice Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
With a scanner, I would definitely not be able to duplicate the resolution of those little Kodachrome transparencies. Transparencies were always my favourite finished product back in the film days, so I wouldn't be able to get much quality online from them. Technological change now discards old formats very quickly, which means distributing our old work becomes a problem.

Now back when I was boy, my world was stable, goldang it. ;) Caint rely on nuthin nowadays. :D

Of course we/they couldn't do nearly so much either. :)
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
I'm looking at buying a film scanner to convert my negs and slides to digital. [link] Epson also has a nice scanner that will scan film too.
-YD
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Qphacs Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I used to have one of these!! LOL
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
Cool! Do you recall when, what year? I'm trying to figure out when it was made, I guessing mid 1980's?
-YD
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