But all the 35mm film is neccesary to the film functioning properly in the camera and thereby forming an image that we can project, scan, or enlarge.
Originally Posted by David Lyga
The engine in a car wastes at least 75% of the gasoline we put in the tank. This inefficiency is inherent in Otto cycle engines, and according to the specific fuel consumption curves of dynamometer tests published in the 11th edition Brittanica, it hasn't changed in over 100 years, because it can't change. I find that appalling from an engineering and conservation standpoint. But I don't find it prevents me using a car when I need one, because there's no other option. Same with 35mm.
It seems to me you're putting a lot of energy into remarking upon the very very obvious, while ignoring the point that there's no other option if you want to use that type of camera.
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