Question about Nikon F65 35mm SLR Camera
I'm hoping u can tell me if I need to take my camera to the shop. I recently spent a Sunday afternoon taking pictures at an abandoned site and used about 3 rolls of film. I dropped the 3 rolls off to be developed and only one roll had pictures on it. The oter 2 were completely blank as if they were never loaded. I'm confused b/c the film was not loaded only by myself, so I'm thinking its not user error :-)
Next time when load film be more careful you will be fine.
There must be a sign to align the end of the film leader with this mark somewhere near the take up reel. That is the key!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Chances are the film had quite a bit of curl to it (often a sign of old film) and it was not pulled over quite far enough during auto loading, or perhaps too far and it had too much slack that the take up reel never grabbed it to advance it thru. You're not the first one this has happened to as the auto load is not as reliable as the older style where you had to load the film leader through a slot in the take up reel.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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