HomePhimHow a film camera superimposes the date onto photos Phim How a film camera superimposes the date onto photos By Githens Candace On October 12, 2019 21 Comments Tweet Pin It Teardown of a “date back” or “data back” camera and description of how it works: A micro LCD projector with incandescent light bulb! Xem thêm các video Phim khác: https://lionwin2888.org/phim Related Posts Bhag Khesari Bhag भाग खेसारी भाग Official Trailer 2019 | Khesari Lal Yadav Superhit Bhojpuri Movie Bhag Khesari Bhag भाग खेसारी भाग Official Trailer 2019 | … October 16, 2019 2 min read [Vietsub] OST nhạc phim Đại Gia Hàng Xóm – Trailer phim Xem thêm các video Phim khác: https://lionwin2888.org/phim October 16, 2019 1 min read Phim Lẻ Mới Nhất 2019 Vệ sĩ đặc biệt Phim Võ thuật Phim Tình Cảm ✓ Don’t 4get Follow us: October 8, 2019 1 min read About The Author githenscandace 21 Comments gloverelaxis October 12, 2019 Reply What a creative & clever system! Great video. Filaxsan October 12, 2019 Reply Suupeer interesting! I'm sorry you had to teardown your old camera, but it was very cool to be honest! 😁 msylvain59 October 12, 2019 Reply I already took apart so many of those camera, it is not a discovery for me 😁 MADS October 12, 2019 Reply huh Tiago Ruas October 12, 2019 Reply 9:42 If you notice it had other slots for mirrors to go in, with the matching holes in the circuit. Therefore I'm assuming they could be fit for different film sizes by just changing the mirror position and the back plate, that has the lcd fixed after this position. Cool. Anthony Pistocchi October 12, 2019 Reply I’d love to see the MF teardown! Tim October 12, 2019 Reply incandescent bulb emits more infrared light then visible that might be the case Hangfire October 12, 2019 Reply I always thought that was done during developing realcygnus October 12, 2019 Reply cool Kysen10 October 12, 2019 Reply I was hoping you’d reprogram the LCD to go past 2019 Piotr R October 12, 2019 Reply So they knew there will be no 2020 🙁 John Alexander October 12, 2019 Reply What's the deal with the notches in the negs? darktrip October 12, 2019 Reply As always a great video. You are a beast Luke Rickert October 12, 2019 Reply It is interesting to see how these things worked, thanks for digging into it. The question I have always had is why would you want to spoil your photos with an ugly date stamp 🙂 it would make more sense if it were on the edge of the negative where it wasn't printed. skibob6 October 12, 2019 Reply I never even thought to wonder since the age of five this conundrum, but once I saw the title of this video I had to know the answer to this long forgotten yet burning question! Tacit Tacet October 12, 2019 Reply What's that racecar go-cart thingy on the film? jesondag October 12, 2019 Reply The light is also that same red, when you project it onto the tracing paper at 8:20 Adam Siwek October 12, 2019 Reply Same as those clock projectors, that shows you an hour on the wall. It's just an LCD with an LED behind. LoveOfMules13 October 12, 2019 Reply i never thought about this at all. i guess i assumed it was an option you chose at the time of development. but i was young when film was still common, and only ever used disposable cameras. Chris Hernandez October 12, 2019 Reply Very cool! Never even considered how it got on there! I wish all negatives had a way to encode time stamp to get placed on the back of prints or optionally in cleaner font superimposed on the image like with APS magnetic. It would save me lots of research time when trying to add dates to massive photo collections Domenico DeMarco October 12, 2019 Reply answering questions I didn't even know I had.. thankyou Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.