The temperature extremes on the Moon are too great for film to
At -140 °C, film becomes brittle and breaks into small pieces when moved by
driving motors inside cameras.
Consequently, pictures in shadows could not be taken.
At +120 °C, the temperature under the mid-day Sun on the surface of the
Moon, film crinkles up into a ball!
Therefore, pictures under direct sunlight also cannot be taken on the Moon
or near the Moon!