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    You can use non-Dx film, as long as it is ISO100. The camera automatically reverts to ISO100 if there is no bar code to read from the canister.

    EDIT: Just found this... I didn't know if they still made these, so I didn't want to post right away. Here is a site that sells foil labels for film canisters so that DX cameras can read the film's ISO if you want to shoot higher than 100.

    http://www.porters.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=dx coded labels
     
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    what does 100 mean?

    do they make a device to put the photos on the computer from the can things?

    Can i re-use, USED film? and reload the cans?

    How?
     
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    You know, Google is a wonderful tool...

    Film speed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    How to scan 35 mm photo slides and negatives - HP Digital Photography Center

    How to Use Almost Any 35mm Film Camera (with pictures) - wikiHow

    I'm not going to post a link here due to potential copyright issues, but if you put "pentax p5 manual" into google, I'm sure you'll find some useful documents.
     
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    If you shoot in manual you should be able to shoot at any iso you want if you have a light meter or just convert what the meter says at iso100 to what iso you want to shoot at by baltering shutter speed and aperture
     

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