As I was waiting in line at a local convenience store this week, something caught my eye - camera film. It's become one of those things that you really don't see much anymore. And if you want it, you have to do a little searching to find it.

I remember before every cell phone had a camera built in, before going on vacation I'd stock up on disposable color cameras for everyday pictures, and black & white film for more artsy photos on a nice Olympus SLR camera that I have.

But these days, I figure that I can use my iPhone for everyday photos, and I have a Nikon DSLR for photos that I'd like to get more detail out of.

The days of dropping film off and waiting for it to be developed are over. Now, we get instant gratification. Don't like the picture? No problem! You can just delete and take the photo again without having to worry about wasting a frame of film (or worse, getting the pictures back and seeing that the photo didn't come out).

So what are some things that you don't really see anymore these days? Tell us in the comments!