...that are currently loaded with film? I have been sifting through my boxes of old film cameras, the ones I have spoken of before that I picked up at estate sales, flea markets, etc. Listening to Pink Floyd too and btw you can do pretty much anything listening to Pink Floyd, just saying, my daughter is currently making jewelry as I dig for treasure. But I digress.. In sorting what I am keeping, what I want to sell and what might be in the next round of sales and simultaneously having angst over such decision making, I have discovered I have, thus far, six cameras still loaded with film. Nothing has been in my possession for more than a year and six months and its unlikely anything has had film in it even nearly that long, but I now have a little shooting project ahead of me and have begun to put the cameras back in their boxes leaving the loaded ones out. I'm finding the idea of parting with them is giving me indigestion anyway. Shine on you craaaazy diamondddd.. How many of you have film cameras and how many are currently loaded.. and for how long have they been loaded? I guess this isn't too startling to me because at one time I had like 11 disposable cameras I had held onto for about four years. At the time I could not afford to develop them. I recently developed them, less than a year ago, and found my mother's last christmas. Just a few shots and poorly lit ones but treasures. Do you anticipate you might be holding on to treasures in your undeveloped rolls? Do you let them sit? I think I just got far too distracted and forgot.