Salt and pepper shakers that look like 35mm film rolls


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#2

Those are neat, but I want to know what is in that sandwich…


#3

What’s a “35mm film roll” ? /s


#4

Its a removable CCD+Memory Card you soak in chemicals to release the images.


#6

I remember film! I want to get these just to show my son.


#7

The pedant in me is getting annoyed by the fact that the DX codes don’t appear to be for ISO 400, 24 exposure rolls.

(It spins a bit fast in the animated version, but it looks like ISO 200, 36 exposures. Yes, that bugs me even more than the fact that they’re twice the size of real 135 film cartridges.)


#8

OK, but only people over 40 even know what they are supposed to be, so…


#9

Shouldn’t they be Black and White?


#10

i had a chemistry professor who did work with cyanide compounds who made salt and pepper shakers out of emptied sodium and potassium cyanide jars. the first time you used them was a bit jarring.


#11

looks like 1 soft-boiled egg.


#12

I don’t think it’s even a sandwich. I think it’s a scoop of butter, nestled between two slices of toast.


#13

yeah, omelet plus boiled egg would be a bit much. now don’t tell me that’s not an omelet.


#14

Those are awesome but I’m too busy promoting film photography to want to use film rolls for anything but photography.


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