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on September 11, 2013
Long ago, before SD cards, there were these boxes with plastic canisters inside. Inside the canister was another canister (a metal canister). Was there another canister inside that one? No. You are thinking of matryoshka dolls, which are beyond the scope of photography. Inside the second canister was a filmstrip, which sticks out of the metal canister like a tail. If you used a Nikon SLR (not digital SLR), you could take 36 shots per canister. (That's it. Equivalent to a 2MB SD Card.) The filmstrip tail might slip back into the canister, at which point you must take the canister to a camera place where they take the film out of the canister. With their computers, they were somehow able to remove the photos and print them and cut the long filmstrip into itty bitty pieces for you. What happens to the canister(s)? Good question. They usually are not needed and put into a bucket. That's when you learn that the film really was the main part.
Overall, I would recommend this product to anyone who can't afford a digital camera or SD card and still has an old Nikon lying around.