My mom mentioned that she found an SLR camera in their room earlier today.
She showed it to me and it turns out that there were two SLRs in their room:
A Canon T50 and a Pentax P3n and a flash unit.
Upon careful inspection, i found out that the Pentax P3n has a bit of fungi in its lens.
I couldn’t fully open the aperture of the T50, so I wasn’t able to check.
The viewfinder (or lens if you insist) of both SLRs look a bit foggy.
I figure I should bring these to a camera repair shop.
But I also thought about trying it out with a 24-exposure film (I will have to check the battery contacts for corrosion though).
Which would be the best solution?
written by feelux on 2012-01-05