A polaroid camera camera film can easily be hidden by a person or a vehicle, a new study has found.
In a series of experiments, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University at Buffalo showed that the hidden camera films used in some Polaroid and other film products were less resistant to UV rays than the standard film that came with the cameras.
The researchers were able to measure the UV sensitivity of the film against the standard UV light.
They found that the UV light was much less sensitive to UV light than the UV rays from the camera.
They found that only a small amount of the UV radiation from the cameras could be detected in the film and that this was most likely due to the presence of a filter.
In other words, they were able, using UV light that was absorbed by the polaroid film, to reduce the UV intensity of the light, making it easier for UV rays to pass through the film.
Researchers say that if a person were to apply this filter to the film to make it less likely to be exposed to UV radiation, the filters could be used to enhance the camera’s UV protection.