Picture this!


About 13 years ago, we bought ourselves a Canon EOS Rebel X camera.

Canon EOS Rebel X.

That camera was bought mainly to snap pictures of our new born daughter. It was a splurge for us at nearly 500$!

Of course, over the years, we upgraded to a small digital point and shoot, then to a bigger point and shoot, and today we’re using a digital SLR Canon Rebel Ti.

When we upgraded, my dad asked if he could borrow the film camera. Since we had no use for it anymore, we gave him the camera, and he had it for over 10 years. Last weekend, he gave the camera back to me – he has a digital point and shoot now.

Here’s the fun part.

Unprocessed but used film.

That was also in the camera bag.

Now if you were me, would you have those rolls processed? Would you be a little worried of what could be on those rolls? I’m thinking this could ba an awesome blog post…

What say you? šŸ˜‰






  1. I ran into this exact same dilemma. Eventually had the photos developed, only to find it was nothing I couldn’t have lived without. But at least my curiosity was satisfied!

    1. Yeah, I think it’s going to drive me crazy if I don’t get them processed. Plus, I’ll blog about it. šŸ˜‰

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