Here's an idea I've been working on for a couple of months now. I know it doesn't seem like much, but that's why it's a first draft. So tear into it.
You have horrific tone and spelling issues throughout the draft, but here's some key issues:
SCP-XXXX is currently owned Foundation Scientists ██████ ████████, and █████ ██████.
We don't like redactions in Containment Procedures. I like specific names even worse; it violates the cold, faceless nature of the Foundation. I would have simply said something to the nature of SCP-XXX having been purchased by the Foundation.
Upon discovering that there was used film still in the camera he had it sent to a photo-lab to be developed. This lead to the discovery of SCP-XXXX-1.
"Discovered at a yard sale" is a horribly cliche and tone-breaking method of discovery.
It was concluded that SCP-XXXX preserves the image of an individual's death through a mechanism that has yet to determined.
I cannot for the life of me figure out how a proper scientist would come to this conclusion given the supporting data.
What this sounds like is a creepypasta given a (poorly executed) SCP format, which rarely works all that well.