Question about Canon EOS Rebel X 35mm SLR Camera
When I put in new film it fast forwards to last frame and stops. Then I try to take a photo and it counts backward, one # per photo taken. Whenit gets back to #1, you take it out like you would normally. What is up?
This is normal operation for the Canon Rebel film cameras, they are designed to pre-wind the film so each time you take a picture the camera winds it into the film cartridge. This means if the camera has a problem or the film door gets opened by accident your pictures are safe in the canister.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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