Posted 5 years ago
Found film is the most common name for the still film or movie footage found exposed but undeveloped; it is also often referred as undeveloped film, or forgotten film. Grace and I travel back alley antique shops and garage sales searching for vintage cameras with the film still loaded. Last week we came across a Brownie Target six-16 in Niagara Falls and I was
excited to find the film counter at 4. This model Kodak camera was released in 1946, and I can only guess that these photographs were taken within that era. Incredibily after 60 years, the film still produced an image.
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