Kids Hilariously Reacting To An Old Film Camera

Nov 10, 2014

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Kids Hilariously Reacting To An Old Film Camera

Nov 10, 2014

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Kids reacting to stuff that didn’t exist anymore when they were born is hilarious. TheFineBros recently let kids react to an old-school point-and-shoot film camera, the final video is incredibly funny but see for yourself:

YouTube video

Here are a couple of the best things the kids said in response to the cam:

  • There’s something else you gotta do. Smash it into pieces and buy a new one?
  • I’ve never seen a camera like this in real life.
  • There’s no photo fluid in this thing.
  • You guys need film. Oh, like they use in the movies?
  • What is film? It’s like one of these camera chips that you put in that gives you storage.

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8 responses to “Kids Hilariously Reacting To An Old Film Camera”

  1. CustardCat Avatar
    CustardCat

    Do people want to ‘smash t into pieces and buy a new one’ whenever they go to an antique shop? Are there no more enquiring minds? It’s more sad than funny.

  2. Eric O'Brien Avatar
    Eric O’Brien

    LOL .. “I feel bad for those people”

    “Us”

  3. Adeptus Avatar
    Adeptus

    My gosh, what a bunch of pretentious and annoying brats.

  4. thebeline Avatar
    thebeline

    Only one kid nailed it.

  5. Jeff Ladrillono Avatar
    Jeff Ladrillono

    The thing they’ll never understand is the excitement of getting your processed film/slides back from the lab and seeing how it turned out. You actually had to nail your exposure in camera back then. What a novel concept.

  6. Arthur_P_Dent Avatar
    Arthur_P_Dent

    It would be fun to watch how they’d react to watching a black-and-white print develop. It was magic when I saw it as a 12-year-old, and it was that way every time I stepped into a darkroom.

  7. Ralph Hightower Avatar
    Ralph Hightower

    I still shoot with two cameras older than the camera in the video, a Canon A-1 that I bought new in 1980, and a used Canon F-1N that I bought used in July 2013. I still use those cameras along with a DSLR that I bought in December 2013.

  8. Stu_G Avatar
    Stu_G

    I shoot with film cameras a lot for fun – I love waiting to see what I have.
    I think my all time favourite question was in regards to a camera from the 60’s – “wow that’s so old! Does it have a colour lens? Or is it from when they only had black and white lenses?”