Most 35mm cameras would be damaged by forcing unperforated film through them. If you must use this film type in a regular 35mm camera then you might cut it down to 24mm. If the take-up spool can pull the film through properly then the sprockets will just turn without engaging any sprocket holes. The problem will then come if you want to use a small tank to develop the film. If you use roller or dip & dunk processing you will be OK. A reel or apron might leave marks in the image area.