35mm film cameras are the most popular and widely used film cameras in the world. The measurement of 35mm refers to the width of the film that the camera takes, rather than any dimension on the actual camera.

Initially developed for use in moving image cameras, it was adapted for still photography at the start of 20th century and has remained popular.

The first 35mm film stock was developed for shooting motion pictures for cinematic releases. Using film given to them by George Eastman, the founder of the Kodak company, William Dickson and Thomas Edison adapted it for use in movie cameras in 1892. Today in 2016, it is still being used as the preferred choice of film makers.

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