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1999\11\17@194941 by Wagner Lipnharski

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Tony Nixon wrote:
> Plus a test photo of me stealing my own VCR :-)

Heeeeey Tony man, I already saw that face before... a bank was robbed
this week here in florida, there was a camera picture like yours, but
the guy was wearing ski mask and the picture was taken by behind...
hehe

No kidding, the use of a cheap photographic camera is a good and
inexpensive idea, but how long do you believe you can keep the same film
inside the camera without problems?   Probably keeping the camera close
to the air conditioned outlet (low temp) can extend the film's life...

1999\11\17@203634 by Tony Nixon

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Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
>
> Tony Nixon wrote:
> > Plus a test photo of me stealing my own VCR :-)
>
> Heeeeey Tony man, I already saw that face before... a bank was robbed
> this week here in florida, there was a camera picture like yours, but
> the guy was wearing ski mask and the picture was taken by behind...
> hehe

Shhhh!!

> No kidding, the use of a cheap photographic camera is a good and
> inexpensive idea, but how long do you believe you can keep the same film
> inside the camera without problems?   Probably keeping the camera close
> to the air conditioned outlet (low temp) can extend the film's life...

I'd probably change to a 16F84 to do the job now, but I figured if it
works for banks, why not at home. Mind you, a mate of mine told me what
bare part of the crooks anatomy I'd probably end up with ;-)

Don't know about the film time limit. I've had film in cameras for ages
and still been able to use it.
I guess it would last as long as the project/camera batteries, or a
piece of rope??

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1999\11\17@210605 by Wagner Lipnharski

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Tony Nixon wrote:
> Don't know about the film time limit. I've had film in cameras for ages
> and still been able to use it.
> I guess it would last as long as the project/camera batteries, or a
> piece of rope??

Once a girl who worked for ages at one large distributor for photo lab
supplies, told me to store used and virgin films inside a refrigerator
to extend validity. She told me that an expired film can be used one
year later the expiration date, if the film was kept inside a fridge all
the time since you bought it. They have bunches of films and supplies
for sale inside one of those supermarket fridges. The expired films were
for sale for 1/3 of the price, and worked pretty well, I used it a lot.
According to her, high speed films are very sensible to heat and
infra-red can flat some chemicals. If this is good for ASA400 and 1000,
it should also be good for ASA100 and ASA200.  It could be the reason
why letting your camera inside your car's glove's compartment for months
can turn all pictures with those nasty red coloration, huh?

1999\11\18@133246 by Mike M

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I actually found film in my old camera that i havnt touched in atleas 4 years, a
nd i developed the film, the pictures where fine, no dicoloration no nothing, th
ey were of my uncles wedding from 3yrs ago, the camera was in a sock draw so roo
m temperature.  I used to work in rite aid, and half the film there was expired,
and 90% of the customers dont even know that film has an expiration date, very
few of them complained.



On Wed, 17 Nov 1999 21:04:09 -0500 Wagner Lipnharski <.....wagnerlKILLspamspam@spam@EARTHLINK.NET> wro
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