The Yashica digiFilm Camera Y35, which has already reached it's Kickstarter supporting goal, is a "retro" 14 megapixel camera, that you insert "Digital Film" in to, with each "murkiness" being fixed with camera settings, for example, you can choose from ISO200, ISO400 Grainy Black and White, ISO1600, and "120 6×6" cover, changing the "film" cartridge every time you need to change camera camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or settings.
There's no review screen, and no off button, with images composed using the optical viewfinder. On top of the camera there is a shutter speed dial, plus a film winding leaver, which you need to a conclusion before taking photos.
The camera uses two AA batteries, a small 1/3.2inch CMOS sensor, 35mm equivalent lens, with an f/2.8 gap. There's an SD card slot, and MicroUSB connection for image transfer. The first set of cameras is priced at $124 (US Dollars) with one film kidney. Let us know what you think of this fresh take on digital photography.