Question about Kalimar K-90 35mm 35mm Point and Shoot Camera
I just recently bought a "old relic" from a woman who was needing money. The problem is I don't even know if the camera works or not. I can't however get the back of the camera open to see if they're any film inside. Are there a button I am missing? It does look as if the camera has been dropped, but the lenses still look intact. Please if you have any info on this camera let me know, as I would greatly appreciate any info that you may have. Thanks, Donna
Yes, pull up on the crank rewind located at the top of the camera, this is also how you rewind the film after the roll is finished. By the way this camera is not that old. I bought mine about nine years ago at the most. You can also find manuals online.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
There should be a small but long narrow window on the back of the camera that should tell you if theres film in ther or not. to open the camera, flip the rewinding crank (located on the top left) and pull up until the back pops open.
Posted on Apr 11, 2007
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