||Film is required.
||ISO sensitivity can be changed every shot.
||ISO sensitivity can be changed only when changing the film.
||Images can be easily deleted and retaken.
||Pressing the shutter uses one frame of film.
||Images can be instantly checked, and retaken if necessary.
||Cannot check the image until it is developed.
Cannot know if shot was unsuccessful.
||Black and White and sepia-tone photos can be easily created.
||Must change film or use inconvenient filter.
||Macro photography lets you shoot down to a few centimeters away.
||Possible with an SLR camera, as long as it's equipped with a macro lens or a lens with a macro function.
||Most digital cameras can also take moving pictures.
||Moving pictures cannot be taken.
||Not required, Images can be immediately seen.
||Images cannot be seen until they are developed by a photo lab.
||Possible at home, in any desired size, or at a photo lab.
||Must be printed by a photo lab.
||Images can be viewed on a large-screen TV.
||Photos cannot be seen on TV.
||Image data can be immediately used on a PC, without processing.
||After developing, photo must be scanned and converted to digital data.
||Editing and processing are easy, using photo editing software.
||Photo cannot be changed.
||No film purchase or development costs, Rechargeable battery packs are economical.
||Film and developing costs are continuous.