I have learnt that "A patent owner has the right to exclude all others from making, using or selling products or services containing the claimed invention."
It is the "using" part I don't understand - when does it apply? For example, let's say a company want to make a new type of camera (a new invention) that uses 35mm film, and Kodak has the patent for 35 mm film. Does the company need to license the use of 35mm film from Kodak?
The film is not part of the new invention (the new invention does not "contain" the patented product), but the film will still be used in the new invention.
The same goes for other supplies - take for example the batteries in the same camera. Would the company need to license the use of them as well (assuming someone has the patent for the type of required batteries).
Is there something I haven't understood here? All help to clarify this is much appreciated.